Remi Harris is, at heart, someone who loves supporting creative people, and has spent over 20 years finding ways to increase their knowledge and success, whilst being a passionate advocate for diversity in the industry. She was awarded an MBE for Services to the Music Industry in 2016 and was inducted into the 2019 Music Week Women in Music Roll of Honour.

A founder staffer at AIM in 1999, Remi produced over 100 events, mentoring and training programs, creating the London Connected program while General Manager at AIM in 2007 to improve access to the digital market for hundreds of indie labels.

As Director of Operations at UK Music in 2011 Remi lobbied for better access to finance for music companies, inspiring her to write the book: Easy Money? The Definitive Guide to Funding Music Projects in the UK (2013) described as “essential reading for the DIY Sector”.

Remi chaired the Alliance for Diversity in Music and Media 2007-2012, a group that proposed the first ‘diversity pledge’ getting diversity on the agenda at industry organisations. She is the co-founder, with Sam Potts, of Young Guns Network, which is a network for young professionals in the music industry.

Remi Harris now runs consultancy Remi Harris Consulting where she uses her experiences of working with small businesses and her MBA degree to train, coach and advise creative businesses and people in business skills like planning, fundraising, governance, strategy, freelancing and finance. She also writes and speaks about parenting in the music industry.

We are hugely excited to welcome Remi (albeit virtually) to LCCM for #BOX12

– If you want to submit your questions for Remi live, you MUST register and join via Zoom. You will receive an email reminder on the day of the event, and you can access the Zoom via your Eventbrite account

– If you're an LCCM Student and just want to watch along on the day, a secret link will be sent to you via email