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Viberate partners with UMEK to teach practical data analytics skills

Music analytics platform Viberate will host a workshop with UMEK and David Boyle on 25th November.

Viberate partners with UMEK to teach practical data analytics skills

The music analytics platform Viberate has teamed up with techno superstar UMEK to teach artists and record labels how to improve fan engagement using data analysis.

UMEK will host the online webinar with David Boyle. He has worked with the worlds biggest pop stars Katy Perry, Snoop Dogg and Pink Floyd.

The lesson will take place in the form of a webinar. It will take place on Thursday 25th November at 6:30 pm CET. The webinar is free of charge,  

The webinar will show attendees how big artists and labels use data analytics to identify, understand and improve fan engagement and how you can implement this too.

UMEK, who is also a founder of Viberate, said:

“I’ve been using data to build an engaged fanbase my whole life, and I want to pass on that knowledge to the new generation. I really believe with the right information, everyone has a chance to break through, even if they aren’t backed by a major label or huge budgets.”

Viberate will host more guest webinars during December, covering topics including data in day-to-day label activities, getting featured on Spotify playlists, and using data to grow streaming and radio numbers.

Grab your spot on the webinar here.

Viberate partners with UMEK to teach practical data analytics skills
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