At Berklee, every career is a start-up. And every start-up needs inspiration. BerkleeICE presents a number of events and lecture series throughout the year that feature innovative leaders and thinkers from the worlds of business, creativity, and technology. All events are open to the entire Berklee community and to students of all universities unless otherwise specified. Learn, interact, and be inspired.
Can music survive the music business? The BerkleeICE Creative Entrepreneurs conversation continues with Panos Panay and Gary Powell, senior lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin and award-winning producer and scorer of 150 albums.
BerkleeICE brings the Music Startup Academy to the Berklee community. Participants will learn the ins and outs of licensing and business development as well as get the chance to pitch their music product to business development experts.
Build the viral marketing campaign and online platform for 80 million fans of "the beautiful game" and win up to four paid summer internships or jerseys signed by Messi, Neymar, Suarez and more.
BerkleeICE brings the Music Tech Meetup to Cafe 939 for students and the public to network, get involved in the startup scene, and hear student-led pitches.
BerkleeICE takes part in the innovation community's largest showcase of startup resources and facilities.
The first event in BerkleeICE's Creative Catalyst series pairs world-renowned scientists and musicians on stage to discuss the interplay between science, entrepreneurship, and music.
BerkleeICE hosts Bertis Downs, famed manager to R.E.M. throughout the band’s storied 30-year career, a distinguished lawyer, and pioneering educator.
Harvard Business School
BerkleeICE's Panos Panay moderates a panel on leadership, art, and social change at this year's Social Enterprise Conference.
Steve Heck Room
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BerkleeICE presents Ruth Blatt, a Forbes contributor, discussing what rockers can teach startups.
WeWork Fort Point
Student teams from IE University in Madrid, Spain, and BerkleeICE present their final pitches to a panel of judges at WeWork.
Rich Goodstone, a key figure behind the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival and cofounder of experience architects Superfly, is this month's guest for the BerkleeICE Creative Entrepreneurs Lecture Series.
Berklee students join peers from Boston University, Harvard, MIT, Northeastern, and more to deliver brief business pitches in the hope of winning prizes aimed at developing startup businesses.
Harvard Business School
Panos Panay, managing director of BerkleeICE leads two panels—featuring students and entrepreneurs—at Harvard's annual xDesign conference.
Diane Hessan, founder of Communispace, continues BerkleeICE’s Creative Entrepreneurs Lecture Series by discussing her path to becoming one of the leading women in American business and how her most recent venture, The Startup Institute, can accelerate your career. A must-attend.
The Library of Congress Montpelier Room, Madison Building
BerkleeICE’s Panos Panay gives a keynote address and moderates a panel at the Library of Congress on the changing climate of the music industry and how the entrepreneur fits into this evolving story.
BerkleeICE presents a 2-day workshop for faculty and staff held by Innovator’s DNA.
David Friend Recital Hall
Berklee's Music Business/Management Department and BerkleeICE present the annual Evening with Entrepreneurs panel, this year featuring Philip Cohen (AudioCommon, Beehive Corporation); Paul Henry Smith (Sonation, Smith Renaud): Parviz Parvizi (Clammr); and Kathleen Stetson (Trill).
A conversation with Berklee alumnus Stephen Canfield, discussing Red Bull's approach to music and a career that's led him from music tech startups to a major brand that supports hundreds of artists.