WHAT TO EXPECT AT iFF
Alongside the discussion and workshops, there are three unique ways that delegates will be able to meet, interact and hang out…
- All registered delegates can contact each other and request one-on-one video meetings, either immediately, or at a scheduled time.
- Various networking lounges will be open both days allowing everyone to check out who’s around, catch up or make a few introductions.
- We’re running four targeted speedmeeting sessions where promoters and agents are matched with each other courtesy of some particularly clever computer algorithms. Delegates are connected for a five-minute chat, before automatically moving on to the next person.
Additionally, it’s possible for companies to host their own networking lounges for private meetings with up to 16 people. For info on this, please get in touch.
The provisional iFF 2020 programme is LIVE and the two-day programme of panels and workshops will cover the breadth of the international festival scene.
As well as a keynote interview, topics include ticket prices & artist fees, force majeure & refunds, virtual festivals, the recovery, artist development, the agency landscape, sustainability, Covid-19 kit, risk and H&S, insurance and much more…
The schedule is here, and we’ll be adding more details including information about all of our speakers and keynotes very shortly.
If you would like to take part in any of the sessions shown below, or have a suggestion for speakers or sessions, please get in touch.
With all of the international festival businesses key buyers and sellers online for iFF, it’s going to be the most important gathering for the industry this year. And with everyone in the room, there’s a lot of business to be done.
Without being limited by the capacity of our venues, iFF can host more professionals than ever. And with commentary from the leaders and innovators in the music festival space, expect a true international melting pot over two packed days.