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MEWEM as a guest at GVL

GVL introduces itself to participants in the nationwide mentoring programme
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Last Saturday, the participants of the MEWEM mentoring programme for young female, trans and non-binary talent in the music industry 2023/2024 met for their final meeting.

During the event, the guests also got to know GVL better. What do young creatives and labels have to do to receive their GVL remuneration? How does GVL calculate the payouts? What does GVL do internationally for our rights holders? Juliane Fiedler, Head of GVL Communications, and Dirk Löwenberg, Director of Rights Holders Services for Producers and Event Organisers, provided answers to these and many other questions.

"It was great to experience this dedicated group. As GVL, it is important to us that female, trans or non-binary newcomers know what role GVL plays for creatives and their industry partners. We know that GVL is not always easy at first glance - so we appreciate the personal dialogue all the more."
Juliane Fielder Leiterin Kommunikation GVL
Juliane Fiedler
Head of communication

MEWEM stands for "Mentoring Programme for Women Entrepreneurs in the Music Industry". Since 2015, the mentoring programme of the VUT (Verband unabhängiger Musikunternehmer*innen e.V.) has been connecting experienced industry experts from all business areas of the music industry with people who are still at the beginning of their careers in the industry.

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Left to right: Dirk Löwenberg, Christina Bergs, Nasrin Vahdani, Sophie Alarcon, Sarah Rückborn, Sophia Veronica Juen,  Katharina Köhler, Naddi M. Rodriguez, Deyna Zsedenyi, Mira Mann, Eleni Zafiriadou, Chiara Stecker, Henrietta Bauer, Juliane Fiedler. v.l.n.r. vorn: Ronja Sira Polak, Sara Holzwarth, Anna Schocke, Vanessa Poku. Leider verhindert waren die Mentees Nadine Kiala und Karoline Lucks sowie die Mentorinnen Deirdre Laughton und Pamela Schobeß. Foto © Lenny Rothenberg.