Founded more than a decade ago (by me, Karen!), the idea to start my own company has taken off in ways I never envisioned.
Based in the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles, KMD Productions operates nationally and offers full-service event coordination and management for businesses and nonprofits throughout the United States — both in-person and virtual.
As Part of the SGF/EIPMA #Nobel4ISS Equal Space Challenge, Registered Participants are invited to attend virtual Panels with Experts and Mentors.
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A true polymath. Aside from producing Queens of the Stone Age, Smash Mouth, Slash and many more, he also builds recording equipment, runs studios, and finds time to make extensive videos on making records.
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One of the earliest and most compelling lessons brought on by the global COVID-19 pandemic as the world grappled with long-term work-from-home and remote learning issues was the need for spaces in the home, capable of meeting full-time professional, creative, and educational needs.
The SoundGirls Virtual Conference is open to all people with a passion for audio. The is a two-day event designed for audio veterans and rookies alike, providing tools, resources, and expertise of industry professionals to inspire and empower the next generation of professional audio engineers.
Need some new BBQ-ing techniques? Perhaps you’re new to beer & wanna dip your toes in, but don’t know where to start? Piper Payne has you covered! The Master of Mastering & Educator is our next guest on One and Dunn.
Turns out the things that matter most to your customers are little things—the things that draw them in or turn them away. Join us as Daryl Travis discusses how to discover and do what matters most to your customers.