Big Machine Music (BMM), the publishing arm of the Big Machine Label Group (BMLG), has officially partnered with Inc. magazine for its annual Grow Your Company Conference (GROWCO) in Nashville next week (May 20-22).
Hosted at the Omni Nashville Hotel, the national event will bring hundreds of CEOs and high-ranking executives of established companies to Music City.
As the "live soundtrack" for the conference, BMM artists and songwriters will perform throughout the week to give attendees an authentic Nashville music experience. Those confirmed to appear are Rascal Flatts' Joe Don Rooney, Jonathan Singleton, Dustin Lynch, Josh Thompson, Greg Bates, Maddie & Tae and Courtney Cole.
BMM will be branded as a sponsor throughout the conference in addition to showcasing how attendees can enlist BMM for original or licensed music for their company’s branding and commercial initiatives. BMM recently created original music content for companies and brands such as General Mills and Crown Royal.
“We believe songwriters are just as much entrepreneurs as anyone, especially in Nashville,” said BMM Vice President Mike Molinar. “Inc. magazine is dedicated to covering the most business-savvy and creative companies of our generation and we are ecstatic to align Big Machine Music alongside them. We look forward to showcasing our incredible songwriters and uncovering opportunities to partner with those companies in attendance.”
"The Inc. Media family couldn't work with a better group than Big Machine for our first GROWCO event in Nashville," said Inc. Media President/Editor-In-Chief Eric Schurenberg. "Some 1,000 entrepreneurs from Nashville and beyond are congregating to hear from the best in class — and by that I mean not only Inc.'s great entrepreneurs, but also the immensely talented roster from Big Machine Music."
BMLG President and CEO Scott Borchetta will also have a strong presence, speaking to a select group of business leaders on behalf of Capital One – another sponsor of GROWCO. He joins an elite list of other conference speakers including Dallas Mavericks' owner Mark Cuban and Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter.
For more information, please visit: http://growco.inc.com/