Berthold Seliger has been an European agent and German tour promoter for more than 30 years. He represents artists such as Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billie, Mekons, The Residents, Patti Smith, Television or Tortoise, and has worked with the likes of Calexico, Lambchop, Pere Ubu, Lou Reed, Youssou N’Dour and many others.
He also writes books about the business with music (Das Geschäft mit der Musik, 2013, 7th edition; Klassikkampf, 2017, 2nd edition, and Vom Imperiengeschäft, May 2019), and his essays on cultural, musical and political issues are regularly published in newspapers and magazines in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (Berliner Zeitung, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Jungle World, Konkret, Versorgerin and others).
He also lectures on these topics from Berlin to Beijing.
Biman Najika Liyanage, Researcher & Innovator
Biman Najika Liyanage has co-founded several technology ventures in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong that focus on Mobile Internet Technology and smart material-based wearable technologies. Biman also co-founded the Yi-Qi data lab that focuses on the affective computing by conducting sentiment analysis through voice.
Biman has worked in areas that range from UAV sensor design to fashion technology, as well as novel technologies in 3D food printing. Biman has collaborated with multiple Fortune 500 companies, working in the areas of data mining visualization and interactive installations; a highlight being a novel performance at Chinese Television Network’s (CCTV) Spring Festival Gala that synchronized 165 dancers through real-time gesture recognition.
Carsten Winter, Hanover University
Carsten Winter is a professor of Media and Music Management at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media (Germany). He researches media and culture histories, transformations and conjunctures, (strategic) media and music management, music networks and cities.
His more than twenty books include Cultural Studies (with Roger Bromley and Udo Göttlich, 1999), Die Cultural Studies Kontroverse (with Andreas Hepp, The Cultural Studies controversy, 2003), Konvergenz und Medienwirtschaft (with Matthias Karmasin – Convergence and Media Economy, 2006), and Connectivity, Network and Flows, Conceptualizing Contemporary Communications (with Andreas Hepp, Friedrich Krotz and Shaun Moores, 2008).
Winter is Dean of Students for all scientific programs of the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media, Director of the MA Program “Media and Music,” one of the editors of the International Journal of Music Business Research (IJMBR), and elected Board Member of the International Music Business Research Association (IMBRA).
Chagall, Artist & Innovator
Chagall is an Amsterdam-born, London-based electronic music producer, songwriter, singer, performer and early adopter of the MI.MU Gloves interface. Through her use of these sensor enabled gloves and effective choreography, Chagall controls all electronic layers, vocal effects and interactive visuals with the movement of her hands.
With performances at e.g. SXSW, Amsterdam Dance Event, TEDx, MUTEK Montréal, Reepberbahn, Latitude Festival, STRP, Ableton Loop, Sonar +D, Boiler Room, Green Man and Nesta Futurefest Chagall is one of the most experienced users of the technology to date.
Chang Liu, Pillz Records
Chang Liu is the Chief Operating Officer of Pillz Records where he primarily focuses on artist management and business development.
During his time in Nashville, Tennessee, he got involved with the music industry and launched his first business – a music lounge for college students and local Kurdish/Persian community. Started as a college party promoter and lounge owner, he was led into the electronic music scene by this unique project he started.
In the past three years, Chang has worked as a promotor, artist manager and project manager. Some of the artist he has worked with include LeeAlive, N2V, and R7CKY, most of whom have had hundreds of millions of playbacks on music streaming platforms in China alone. Proudly representing the one of the electronic music labels in China, Chang and his comrades aim to unite the most prominent parties and individuals in the electronic music scene and to prosper this uprising industry.
Christian Grewell (Professor at NYU Shanghai)
Christian Grewell is a Professor of Interactive Media Arts and Business at NYU Shanghai and co-founder the Program on Creativity + Innovation where he teaches courses at the intersection of emerging media and business. His research areas cover technologies and methods that capture, store, analyze and transmit human communication and emotion across networks.
Darci Hu, Billboard China
Former media auditor in General Bureau of Press and Publication, journalist and publisher in design and art media, brand consultant for media and entertainment industry, currently as Chief Content Operator of Billboard China.
David Liu, Koikreative
Fang Liu, founder of Koikreative, BA from Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, and MA from London College of Fashion. He worked for Vivienne Westwood and Karl Lagerfeld digital marketing department.
He established Koireative in 2014, a creative agency specialized in digital and interaction design, and he has implemented ‘Fashion Gamification’ concept into the fashion industry. Clients include SKP, Sanlitun TaiKooLi, Galaries Lafayette, Cartier, Vogue, Mercedes-benz, Apple etc.
His work: SS16 Gamified Digital Lookbook for Galaries Lafayette gained Red Dot 2017 Communication Award.
Detlef Schwarte, Reeperbahn Festival
Detlef Schwarte is co-founder of the Reeperbahn Festival, Germany’s largest club festival and one of the most important conferences for the music and digital industries.
As managing director, Schwarte is responsible for the international conference of the Reeperbahn Festival, including a program of more than 220 sessions, networking events, showcases, and award shows, and hosts more than 3,500 delegates from 40 countries.
As partner and managing director of Inferno Events, a Hamburg public events agency, he has designed and implemented corporate and public events such as Night of Knowledge and Hamburg Night of Theatre or German Unification Day 2008.
Donald Hau, Mixmag China
Dr. Alan Ip, Microsoft Cloud & AI
Dr. Alan Ip is the Principal Program Manager of Cloud and AI in Microsoft China. Work with capacity operations, engineering and leadership to define and document vision, roadmap and customer requirements, Dr. Ip is responsible to develop strategy and execution plan for product development and work with R&D, engineering and business team to ensure deliverables are met on time and with quality.
Dr. Ip has also been actively involved in key customers’ projects to help meeting their needs and finding solutions for their pain points.
In leisure time, Alan is an electronic musician, music producer and vintage synthesizer collector.
Elliott Zaagmann, Coach & Writer
Elliott Zaagaman is an executive coach, corporate trainer, and writer who focuses on how Chinese leaders and organizations interact with their global employees and the public.
Zaagman works in the fields of leadership development, HR, and PR. He is both an enthusiastic advocate for, and honest critic of China’s tech industry.
Emily Xueni Jin, Translator in Literature
Emily Xueni Jin is a translator of science fiction and fantasy. She graduated from Wellesley College in 2017, and she is currently pursuing a literature PhD at Yale University with a focus on cognitive literary studies, translation and world science fiction.
As one of the core members of the Clarkesworld-Storycom collaborative project on publishing English translations of Chinese science fiction, her major works include The Psychology Game (short story by Xia Jia, together with Ken Liu, October 2017), Farewell, Doraemon (novella by A Que, together with Ken Liu, March 2018), The Facecrafter (novelette by Anna Wu, October 2018) and The Reunion (short story by Chen Qiufan, together with Ken Liu, December 2018, published by MIT’s Technology Review).
Her other works include translating Doctor Who: The Story of Martha (novel by Dan Abnett and others, Eight Light Minutes, August 2018) and Kingdom of Clockwork (novel by Billy O’Shea) into Chinese.
Erhan Enginzli, Multigence Technology
Erhan Enginzli holds a diploma in industrial engineering and a Master in European Business from the ESCP Business School. He studied in London at ESCP and in Shanghai at Tongji University and started to work in Shanghai in the consultancy area and at AIG as Projekt Manager after his graduation.
In Germany, he worked for BASF and Bombardier as a Project Manager. After his workstation at Fortune 500 companies, he worked for two years as a senior consultant for Bain&Company in Germany in the area Public Sector & Government Consulting.
Eric Reithler Barros, Fold Group
Eric Reithler-Barros has been in the music and entertainment industry for 28 years. His 19-year career in international business and creative development experience ranges from Fortune 50 media companies to music technology startups.
He served as Global Vice President in New York at SFX Entertainment/Livestyle, the billion-dollar American conglomerate that purchased and redeveloped dance music brands like Tomorrowland, Stereosonic, ID&T/Sensation, and Beatport. Most recently, Reithler-Barros served as Managing Director and Chief Commercial Officer at A2LiVE in Shanghai.
Reithler-Barros has 27 years of industry experience in the international music community as a professional music producer, festival promoter, artist, performer, label owner, editorial commentator, curator, and lifelong advocate of the genre. He is the founder of FOLD Management, an advanced model for a Chinese music artist management and branding agency. He is also Executive Creative Advisor to Shanghai Media Group.
Fay Haixuan Wang, China Minsheng Cultural Media
China Minsheng Cultural Media is a cultural development and event organization and management company based in Sanya Hainan. Now CMCM has three strong event brands, ISY Music Festival, Hainan International Film Festival and Haikou Volcano Festival.
With its strong lineup and large attendee list, ISY has become known all over China and it is now as one of the biggest festivals in the country. After her strong performance during the setup of the first ISY, Fay was awarded with a promotion where she became the Vice President of CMCM, specialized in ISY programming, artists management and stage and show production designs.
Gareth Davies, Kontor Records
First job in the music industry was for avant-garde pioneers Recommended and their in-house label These Records in Wandsworth before he joined the international department of Rough Trade Records in time to work on The Sundays’ debut release and on Robert Wyatt’s comeback album Dondestan, plus Dave Lee’s legendary dance imprint Republic.
After one spell at major label Metronome/Polygram (working with New Order, Portishead) when he arrived in Germany, he continued with the indies - V2 (Stereophonics, Jungle Brothers), PIAS (Propellerheads, Mr Oizo, Laurent Garnier) and is now with Kontor Records, where he manages the label’s international strategy business and is involved in the new publishing division as well.
Kontor artists such as Scooter and ATB have sold platinum albums in such diverse territories as the UK and Poland and the label is very much focussed on global development. Gareth Davies is Kontor’s Head of International.
George van Wetering, GAGgroup
George van Wetering is a composer and event organizer. He frequently participated in China's growing music festivals and toured China extensively.
As the founder of GAG, an Amsterdam based concert organization that hosts events with both Chinese and European musicians, he's looking forward to meeting musicians and connecting with partners and investors for future events.
Grace Ng, Neuro-Artist, A.I. Investor
Grace is a neuro-artist, combining neuroscience with emerging technologies like brainwave sensors, VR/AR, and AI to create interactive experiences that elevate consciousness. In her brain art interface, MindPaint, she demonstrates the power of the subconscious mind. Her work has been exhibited at MIT, NYC, San Francisco, and the top of Shanghai Tower.
She is also an investor at an AI venture fund, founded Javelin.com and Lean Startup Machine, entrepreneurship software and training in which her work has helped 200,000 entrepreneurs start new businesses in over 60 countries. She has been a guest speaker at The U.S. White House, and guest lecturer at several Ivy League Universities.
Hazel Savage, Musiio
Hazel Savage is the CEO and Co-Founder of Musiio. With more than 14 years in the field of music technology, Hazel has had first-hand experience in the development of companies such as Shazam and Pandora and has worked with Universal Music in Australia.
With her expertise in music tech and marketing, Hazel is well-placed to discuss and contribute ideas and opinions on the development of A.I. for music curation. Musiio announced the raised of their seed funding in February 2019, making the company the first venture capital-backed music tech start-up in South East Asia.
Isla Angus, ATC Live
Isla Angus is a live agent with almost 2 decades year in the business. She represents a roster of successful left-field and adventurous artists and is attending WISE to meet new promoters and tour agents from China and beyond.
She is also representing ATC Live as a whole at the conference, the roster includes Passenger, Whitney, Mac De Marco, The Lumineers, Kiefer Sutherland, Sleaford Mods, ALMA, Fontaines D.C, Big Thief, Tirzah and many more.
Jean D. Séval, Soon Consulting
Jean lends his digital economy and innovation process expertise to businesses undertaking their digital transformation.
He was the Director of Sales and Marketing and later Deputy CEO of Europe’s leading digital industry think tank, IDATE DigiWorld, specialising in the analysis of international digital economy markets and issues. He was also on the executive teams of Xerfi-Precepta and Bipe Conseil, where he put his strategic analysis and forward-thinking abilities into practice. Jean manages and chairs working groups at Social Media Club Paris and French Tech Beijing.
A veteran speaker and lecturer at several universities, as both associate and guest professor (Science-Po, Paris Dauphine University, CNAM…), he is the author of the book, “It’s already 2025: a chronicle of our digital lives,” with a foreword by Elie Cohen, as well as a contributing writer for Les Echos, Telos, Usbek & Rica…
Jeff CHIA, StreetVoice & Simple Life Festival
Jeff CHIA is President and co-founder of StreetVoice & Simple Life Festival. As the former Deputy General Manager of Rock Record China and Founding Director of Rock Internet & Rock Mobile, he led the Magic Stone Culture’s “China Fire” Project, and worked as Chief Director and Producer of the 1994 Hong Kong Hung Hom “Rock Music China”.
Jeff CHIA produced many mandarin music works and worked as the pioneer of building the Chinese rock music scene, plus he has a long term devotion to serving indie musicians and enhancing the influence of the Chinese indie music.
John Stratton, FutureONE Entertainment
John Stratton began his entertainment career in 2006 with Nexus Management, Shakira’s management. In 2007 he joined music management legend David Sonenberg’s boutique firm, DAS Communications, as a talent manager. The management roster included The Black Eyed Peas, Fergie, John Legend, Sean Paul, Kesha, Pixie Lott, Taylor Momsen, and producer Toby Gad.
In 2014, Stratton joined Tribal Brands marketing in California as Head of Entertainment, where he developed global entertainment marketing campaigns for brands including Shell and JP Morgan Chase.
Recently, Stratton partnered with veteran Chinese music industry producer and label head, Zeng Yu, to create a new Chinese music entertainment company called FutureONE Entertainment. FutureONE discovers, develops, and promotes new domestic Chinese talent for the world stage.
Kshitij KP, NetEase Youdao
KP is a Senior Product & Marketing Manager with NetEase and has been working for Youdao's AI based translation & English learning app for global users. KP has total of 8 Years of experience in Internet & IT industries and has worked with Deloitte Consulting US India Technology Integration practice and has had short stints with JIndong Digits and QingTing FM.
KP is an MBA from Peking University and graduated from NIT Calicut, a C9 league equivalent top engineering college in India.
Marit Posch, Monkeytown
Having a law degree and a performance diploma opera / voice in her pockets, Marit, in 2005, started working as Head of PR at the Berlin label BPitch Control, followed by working as a booking agent at Magnet Musik and also helping Modeselektor with managing their career.
In 2009, together with Modeselektor and Raymond Merkel, she set up Monkeytown Records and and over the years worked in pretty much every field of the label business, like PR & Online Marketing, publishing as well as e-commerce.
Marit is currently holding the positions of Label Manager at Monkeytown Records and Seilscheibenpfeiler Schallplatten Berlin (SSPB) and Artist Manager for Modeselektor.
Paul Neuteboom, Brotherhood Music
Dutch Paul Neuteboom has been active within the electronic music scene in China for over 7 years, having organized hundreds of events and festivals in 30+ cities all over China.
In his current role as Managing Director, Paul Neuteboom was at the start of BrotherHood Music (BHM) in 2016. In his first year, Paul led the company through the introduction of UK’s CREAMFIELDS Festival in China with until now over 11 successful editions.
In 2018 Paul also directed the China introduction of the Dutch IP called Q-Dance and was one of the initiators for setting up the positive first edition of the ‘ADE House of China’ during the Amsterdam Dance Event, world’s largest conference for electronic Music. More recently Paul was also involved in establishing the artist management company B.E.A.M., fully focused on the development and education of local music talent.
Philipp Grefer, WISE & Fake Music Media
A former journalist in Germany, Philipp Grefer has worked in and researched the Chinese music industry for over a decade, and is the representative for the lobby organization of international music managers (IMMF) in China. In 2009 he co-founded a 360 music, event, and creative agency, FakeMusicMedia and label FakeLoveMusic, which manages some of the best Chinese talents abroad (e.g. Nova Heart, Shao, The Hormones).
In 2016 he co-founded NEU China in Berlin to initiate collaborations between East and West while showcasing the most interesting artists and innovators at the intersection of technology and the creative industries. His newest endeavor is called WISE. He has consulted for brands and institutions such as the GIZ, German Embassy, EXPO 2010 Shanghai, Neumann, Music Norway, Initiative Musik, LiveNation, Germany Reeperbahn Festival etc. He spins music under his DJ name Metro Tokyo.
Rachael Patterson, !K7
Head of Artist management at K7 Music, headquartered in Berlin, and representing artists including Tricky, Mykki Blanco, Lafawndah, Niklas Paschburg, Hania Rani and more.
Keen to represent the interests of management clients in all areas of their business, as well as to expand the relationships across distribution, marketing and touring for K7's Label Group and Label Services divisions.
Sarah Stam, Set The Tone
Sarah is an Amsterdam based Music enthusiast who focuses on artist- and label management within the (electronic) music scene. Having worked for Spotify, Armada Music and the AEI Group in the past, she currently works under the umbrella of her own company SET THE TONE.
Working with youtube labels like Future House Music and NoCopyrightsSounds amongst others, which operate at the forefront of independent label models, she has a focus working on marketing, branding and international relations. As an artist manager she is currently working with UK musician, producer and DJ Ellis, known for his viral remix of Ed Sheeran’s Shape Of You, racking over 60 million views on YouTube, and his own future house releases.
Furthermore, Sarah is closely involved with the global movement of SheSaidSo, stimulating a positive movement to encourage equality & diversity within the music industry, spearheading the Dutch department SheSaidSo.Ams.
Sha Hua, Journalist
Sha Hua was born in Kunming to Chongqing parents, moved to Germany at the age of four and went to university in the UK and the US. She came to journalism on a whim: a friend joked one evening that she should try an internship at Reuters because he had noticed that she did not enjoy her Dr.Phil work.
Before becoming the Handelsblatt China correspondent, Sha worked as a reporter in Berlin and Hamburg, covering technology, society and economy.
Simon Wheeler, Beggars Group
Previously a musician, engineer, producer, remixer and promoter, Simon has been with The Beggars Group since 1990. Starting work with online distribution in 1997, Simon has since worked with almost every significant entity in digital media.
He has spoken at most music conferences around the world on digital music and media strategy, made statements to the UK parliament and has testified at the USA's CRB webcasting proceedings.
He is also a director and board member of Video Performance Ltd (VPL) and Consolidated Independent (CI), but the most important role is keeping the Beggars Group of labels at the forefront of all new technologies to deliver its roster of artists to the widest possible audience. The Beggars Group represents 4AD, Matador, Rough Trade, XL Recordings and Young Turks.
Steinunn Arnardottir, Native Instruments
Steinunn has been a part of the Native Instruments team for over 9 years and currently leads engineering efforts in area of Data, Infrastructure and Platform Services. Previously she was a part of Native's Research team as a DSP Developer where she worked on audio effects such as compressors, limiters, reverbs and filters for most of Native’s product range, including Maschine, Traktor, GuitarRig and Kontakt.
She holds a B.Sc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Iceland and M.A. in Music Science and Technology and M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, both from Stanford University.
Stephen Dowler, Monstercat
Heading up ventures for major indie label Monstercat in the Asia Pacific, Stephen Dowler has been in the music industry in China since 2011. He is a founding member of Shanghai’s first ever electronic music festival E Midi, China’s largest electronic music festival STORM, and DianYinTai, one of China’s top platforms for electronic music.
He has licensed over 2.5 million songs to the Chinese market and has also been a consultant for China’s largest independent music distributor Kanjian Music. Dowler has also teamed up with many brands, bringing their resources into the music scene and increasing their involvement in local culture. Examples of these include Sennheiser, Jagermeister, Heineken, Doppler Labs, Urbanears, and many more.
Steve Mayall, Music Ally
Steve Mayall is the co-founder and managing director of Music Ally, a music business knowledge and skills company. Music Ally launched in 2002 with a vision to help the global music business understand and work in partnership with new digital technologies and culture; and now focuses on providing the essential information and skills for the modern music industry.
Sun Shiliang, Nielsen CCData
Dr. Sun has been working in the media measurement and market research industry for over 10 years with rich experiences in media measurement, audience research, and big data applications, In his capacity of COO, Dr. Sun is primarily responsible for running the data acquisition, operations and system support of the company's overall media measurement and advertising tracking business lines as well as measurement science capabilities. Additionally, Dr. Sun leads efforts to develop innovative and data driven content IP measurement and application product lines in the area of pan- entertainment.
Dr. Sun earned his PhD in Media and Advertising at Communication University of China with high professional attainment in the fields of media economics, media measurement and advertising.
Tia Korpe, Future Female Sounds
Founder and managing director of the non-profit organization and booking agency, Future Female Sounds, on a mission to make DJ'ing accessible to girls globally.
A DJ, and a social entrepreneur and freelance cultural consultant, Tia has a decade's experience in global project management, event production, and program development. Her expertise lies in music and social change and human rights training - using music as a tool for empowerment, building community, and youth inclusion.
Tia has consulted for UNESCO Paris, MTV, Music Freedom Day, Action Aid International and a number of festivals across Europe, Africa and The Middle East. Tia is launching Future Female Sounds in Beijing in 2019.
Tom Simpson, CBBC
Tom is CBBC’s Senior Director for Service Delivery and Head of Creative Industries & Sports in China. He has been with the CBBC since 2013 and has lived and worked in China for over a decade. Tom has a wealth of knowledge about China and in particular it’s creative industries and sports sectors.
Tom’s role as lead for Creative Industries and Sports at CBBC sees him work closely with the British Film Institute (BFI), British Film Commission (BFC), UK Interactive Entertainment (UKIE), Publishers Association (PA), and the Producers Alliance for Cinema & Television (PACT) on their strategic engagement with China.
Prior to joining CBBC, Tom spent four years with the British Chamber of Commerce in Chengdu, Chongqing. He holds a degree in Chinese (Modern) from the University of Leeds.
Tony Li, Co-Founder ACRCloud
Tony Li is the Co-Founder of ACRCloud, a Beijing based comprehensive automatic content recognition provider. He worked at Huawei and Shazam prior to ACRCloud. He has been working in the digital music and online industries for years.
Wei Sun, Humanity+China
Sun Wei is the founder and director of Humanity+China (Or H+China), and a senior consultant in Artificial Intelligence at Counterpoint Research. She formerly served as a product manager at Advantech, a MBA consultant to Nuance Communications, a research consultant in IDC Massachusetts headquarters, and a professional associate at The World Bank DC headquarters.
She obtained an MBA degree from Boston University with the highest Dean’s scholarship and dual concentrations in Finance and Marketing. She obtained her bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from Carleton University with a Chips Award.
Zeng Yu, Pilot Music
Zeng Yu has devoted himself to Chinese music industry for more than 10 years, including music production, promotion and education. He and his team have organized many large-scale music performances, tours and music festivals.
Zeng is founder of Pilot Music but also a music producer, and a member of Radio Mars. Since 2001, he has been the music producer for Eason Chan, Zhou Xun, Pu Shu, Lao Lang, Ye Pei, Zheng Jun, Mo Yanlin, 12 Girls Band, Reflector, Roy Wang, the member of TFboys, Jason Zhang, Mavis Fan, Faith Yang, Chris Lee, and more.
Zhang Fengyan, Communication University of China
Associated professor of Faculty of Music and Recording Art in Communication University of China, master's supervisor, and doctor of music. She once studied the Music Industry in Northeastern University in Boston and gave lectures concerning China Music Industry in University of Edinburgh, Peking University, Drexel University, Columbia College Chicago, and British Embassy etc.
She is also an advisory committee of Tencent Research Institute, the Internet industry research base and the Korean copyright Commission, and a research consultant for the music industry of Sichuan Cultural and Creative Industry Research institute.
Zhang Long, Deputy General Manager, Hit FM
Hit FM is China government's largest foreign music radio station. Since 2008, Leo is responsible for ad sales, e-commerce, branding & marketing.
Zhang Youdai, Radiohost
Born in 1967, Zhang is from China’s first generation of radio station DJs and club DJs and the co-founder of Lava Radio. He is also considered to be the introducer Chinese rock, jazz and electronic music culture.
Since 2006, he has been the editor and host for programs All that Jazz, Beat Generation and All about Rock by Easy FM, China Radio Station.
In 2017, he planned and produced Chinese very first big band cover album “Modern Times” to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Modern Sky Entertainment.
Zhu Jie, Douyin & Huoshan
She studied Opera in Shanghai Conservatory of Music while with a decade’s experience in the internet industry later she also created a ‘top 10 singers’ program for college musicians.
Amongst other activities Zhu has been responsible for Toutiao's full music product range, ‘Tik Tok's sees the music’ plan, China’s new singer, musician on Toutiao, Toutiao and Midi campus band original music competition and Tik Tok's new campus singer.
By using big data products and uniting music organizations to promote new musicians and release, Tik Tok and Toutiao have become the first short video platform to support original musicians from the upstream, creating a music video ecosystem which can continuously optimize communication and cashing channels for musicians.
Zou Xiaoman, KANJIAN
KANJIAN partner, copyright director, and a law graduate. The editor of Shanda Chinese Network, the first author of China's Web2.0 interactive. The co-founder of 17K Novel Network built China's first operational and external editing system.
The co-founder of Hongshu Chinese Network builds and manages the product platform of the online literature website. VeryCD product operation supervisor, build and manage the product operation system of VeryCD and eMule. Specializes in copyright and IP operations for cultural/social Internet products.