With the current situation of COVID-19, AIM (The Association of Independent Music) used their resources to find a new and innovative way of continuing to host the second annual AIM Sync for its ticket-holders for free, along with giving free tickets to all GMS members.
We had an amazing turnout with over 4,000 delegates taking part in the event from 27 countries, thank you for tuning in and submitting your questions for the panellists!
The day started with an opening speech from AIM CEO, Paul Pacifico who talked us through what was to come in the day and highlighted the amazing quick turnover of going virtual from Barbican to your living room!
We were thoroughly entertained by each panel throughout the day who have been insightful and vital to covering varied sync topics. A huge thanks to each panellist for sharing your experiences and answering our avid questions.
The end of the conference saw the first-ever AIM Independent Sync Awards with some brilliant nominees, but we would like to say a huge congratulations to Emma Middleton, Music Supervisor at Create Advertising who was awarded ‘Music Supervisor of the Year’!
‘Independent Sync of the Year’ was won by Enhanced Music for their placement of ‘I Feel the Love’ by Tritonal, Ross Lynch & R5 in Love Island Australia!
Congratulations to you both!!
A huge thanks to everyone who took part in the first-ever AIM virtual conference and we hope you are all keeping safe and well.
For some highlights of the day, click HERE!