Project Music has given us the resources that we need in order to become a successful music tech company
Nashville, TN (PRWEB) April 23, 2015
Nashville based entrepreneur music tech company EVAmore, part of the inaugural class of Project Music will celebrate their startup with a Launch After Party event at the East Ivy Mansion in Nashville on Tuesday, April 28th from 7pm-9pm.
As one of only eight music startup tech companies (and the only female led) selected to participate in Music City’s elite 14-week entrepreneur music tech accelerator program sponsored by the Country Music Association (CMA) and mentored by Creative Artists Agency (CAA), Vector Management, Ryman Hospitality Properties, Universal Music Group, Spalding Entertainment, DevDigital, Red Light Management and Galante Entertainment, EVAmore is in tune to take on the future and will make a big announcement at the After Party event.
“Project Music has given us the resources that we need in order to become a successful music tech company,” says Channing Moreland, CEO / Co Founder EVAmore. “We are so proud to call Nashville home.”
“EVAmore provides so many wonderful opportunities to up and coming artists and to anyone who wants to put on a great event,” adds Makenzie Stokel, COO / Co Founder EVAmore. “We are ready to improve the live music experience and take it to a whole new level.”
EVAmore is an online platform that gives event creators easy access to the entertainment talent they want to book. The unique platform is drawing comparisons in the music and entertainment industry to the innovations presented by early platforms created for the travel industry in booking. Event planners now have access to sourcing top tier live music talent and other key resources for their events all in one place. EVAmore is forming a strategic partnership with CAA and having positive preliminary discussions with Sony/ATV. They have officially partnered with Nashville Audio Visual.
Project Music’s only female entrepreneurs are also its youngest in the international accelerator program. EVAmore co-founders Channing Moreland and Makenzie Stokel admit they have to be on their game – since the Belmont college students have classes to attend and homework in addition to running their start-up company. These dynamic young women are in harmony and definitely poised for a successful future.
While the party is an invitation-only event, members of the media are welcome to cover the event by sending an RSVP request to Publicist Liz Motley at LizMotley(at)me(dot)com.
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