Suneer Jain, Live 101 Shares Insights on Things an Artists can do During Home Quarantine
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Industry Watch | March 30, 2020 | News
The outbreak of the Coronavirus has impacted the world of live events and experiential marketing resulting in the cancellation of multiple global events. To cope with the pandemic, Suneer Jain, Associate Partner, Live 101 shared insights on things an Artist can do during the home quarantine.
Networking: When was the last time you called an artist manager to discuss, share and network. You never know which network or contact can bring you better opportunities and luck once the Event Industry settles up.
Profiles: Many young artists do not have a good digital profile. So, this is the time to invest in making the best profile for future work and client inquires. One can search and invest ample time to make the best outcome.
Update Digital Platforms: Looking at the current situation and noticing the audience consume more information, presently it is a good time to educate and reach them by utilizing the available digital platforms like Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, etc to its fullest. So, this is the time to create your own channel, work upon your Facebook profile, be a part of some Live Streaming gigs, upload your videos.
Keeping up with Clients: This is a good time to keep up with the clients and do something special for them, share some of your videos, take song requests, anything to keep them connected with you. This will help you with your future endeavors.
Sharing his thought, Suneer Jain, Associate Partner, Live 101 said, “This is the time when each one of us should take responsibility to spread some happiness through music. Our small effort can convert the silence around us into musical notes.”
To cope with the pandemic, Suneer Jain, Associate Partner, Live 101 shared insights on things an Artist can do during home quarantine.