Credits: facebook.com/officialbrmcRio Music Conference Is Now Brazil Music Conference, It’s 10th Edition To Be A Landmark Event Stuti Srivastava October 24, 2017 FS News, International With Rio Music Conference’s entry in its tenth edition, the festival will now be called Brazil Music Conference. Initially called the Rio Music Conference, as the festival enters its tenth year, its organisers have changed its name and will now be calling it the Brazil Music Conference (BRMC). To be held between March 7th to 10th 2018, the four-day conference will move locations to Sao Paolo, the great center that is a meeting place for all Brazilians. While this year’s edition had 74 hours of programming across three days and six auditoriums, 270 speakers, two networking areas, more than 100 activities, panels and workshops, Q&As and speed coaching and more than 60 parties in club week, 2018 promises a bigger and better edition with a new name and new location. Credits: Jukebox PR BRMC, with the arrival of its tenth year, aims at pulling neighbouring countries towards market evolution and progress. BRMC also looks towards becoming a major entertainment industry representative within the creative economy and is strategic to its new globalising position. In São Paulo, the BRMC will be held in the beautiful Unibes Cultural space, on Oscar Freire Street. According to founder Claudio da Rocha Miranda Filho, “It’s time to broaden the spectrum and act in a continental manner.” With a lot to celebrate, BRMC held more than 30 conferences spread across 13 cities in all regions of Brazil. The conference encouraged new ideas and provided a network area that could support to great ideas. Not only does BRMC connect DJs, producers, entrepreneurs, media and all involved in the electronic music scene but also serves as a platform for brands and investors interested in this broad sector. For more info and updates on the Brazil Music Conference, you can check out their Facebook page here. Also check their events page on Facebook here. For more updates, stay tuned to The Sherp.