Angelia Bibbs-Sanders, Seymour Stein, & Josh Rabinowitz address a collection of New Orleans based musicians and music entrepreneurs about what avenues to take to find success in the music industry
Marci Schramm & Greg Schatz of French Quarter Festivals Inc. talk to Loyola University New Orleans students about coordinating French Quarter Fest events
Student produced documentary on the history of the New Orleans Brass scene and its role in the city
Chris Genteel talks to Loyola University New Orleans students about the vital relationship between art and business.
John Snyder interviews Wayne Forte about his career as a Talent Agent and Artist Manager
In this Loyola University, New Orleans Music Industry Program Series, drummer Ray Fransen discusses his long career as a teacher and retail store owner. Topics include the challenges of teaching private lessons; maintaining a competitive edge against large retailers; and how the New Orleans music community has changed in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
In this business plan seminar held at Loyola, professor Brenda Joyner discusses the importance of having a business plan in order to secure financing for a startup business, offering a detailed explanation of the types of financing that are available to entrepreneurs as well as the various ways a business plan can be used to formulate goals and measure success.
In this segment of a business plan seminar held at Loyola University, New Orleans, business professor Brenda Joyner discusses the main types of financing available to startup businesses, explaining what attributes venture capitalists typically look for in a business, and why bootstrap financing is the most common funding source amongst young entrepreneurs.