By Michael Raine
From insightful, business-advancing professional development sessions and member-focused networking events to the latest in new gear from established and emerging brands, industry friends and colleagues reconvened in Nashville last week for Summer NAMM (July 15-16), the first in-person event for the industry in 18 months. Filled with optimism for the future, NAMM members gathered to invest in their businesses, reconnect with their industry relationships, and discover the connections, tools, and strategies to help inspire innovation and reignite business in a post-pandemic world.
Another new-to-Summer NAMM exhibitor, Rebecca Featherstone, CEO of Musicology, a music education app, shared, “Within the first hour, we have been so busy, the response is overwhelming. We had music educators thanking us for doing this platform, and it’s just been such an inspiring experience to connect in person.”