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Ep.58: Neil Cocker, founder of DizzyJam (DMT 1-2-1)

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This week on the 1-2-1 show a feature on the company DizzyJam as I chat with founder Neil Cocker. Dizzyjam is a UK-based merchandise company that has taken a tech-forward approach enabling bands to sell goods that are printed on-demand with no upfront costs. The company also sports an API for easy integration with third party services.

We chat about the importance of merch, profit margins, printing technologies (screen printing vs. on-demand) and a lot more in what turned out to be a very informative episode.

Check out http://dizzyjam.com for more info on the company.

I really hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli
http://www.digitalmusictrends.com
http://www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

Ep.58: Neil Cocker, founder of DizzyJam (DMT 1-2-1)

Subscribe to DMT’s weekly newsletter on http://bit.ly/dmtlist

This week on the 1-2-1 show a feature on the company DizzyJam as I chat with founder Neil Cocker. Dizzyjam is a UK-based merchandise company that has taken a tech-forward approach enabling bands to sell goods that are printed on-demand with no upfront costs. The company also sports an API for easy integration with third party services.

We chat about the importance of merch, profit margins, printing technologies (screen printing vs. on-demand) and a lot more in what turned out to be a very informative episode.

Check out http://dizzyjam.com for more info on the company.

I really hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli
http://www.digitalmusictrends.com
http://www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

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Ep.58: Neil Cocker, founder of DizzyJam (DMT 1-2-1)

Subscribe to DMT’s weekly newsletter on http://bit.ly/dmtlist

This week on the 1-2-1 show a feature on the company DizzyJam as I chat with founder Neil Cocker. Dizzyjam is a UK-based merchandise company that has taken a tech-forward approach enabling bands to sell goods that are printed on-demand with no upfront costs. The company also sports an API for easy integration with third party services.

We chat about the importance of merch, profit margins, printing technologies (screen printing vs. on-demand) and a lot more in what turned out to be a very informative episode.

Check out http://dizzyjam.com for more info on the company.

I really hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli
http://www.digitalmusictrends.com
http://www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

DMT 75 – Next Big Sound

Hello everyone and welcome to Digital Music Trends! This week on the show an interview with Alex White the CEO of the Next Big Sound. The start-up won the B2B category in the Midemnet Labs competition at Midem and has started branching out of the US and into the European market. (www.nextbigsound.com). In the interview we cover how their company started out, how they obtain the data they need for the stats, their business model and much more!

Digital Music Trends – Episode 75 by digitalmusictrends


This week was fairly busy in terms of tech meet-ups here in London. First on Friday was the TechHub demo night – where start-ups and developers get to demonstrate the app/product/idea that they are developing and get feedback and questions from the Audience. From a Music point of view Spreaker presented their demo which was quite a coincidence considering that I had them on the show only last week.

Other start-ups that caught my eye but non-music related were UbiCabs, Enterproid and Just What’s on – if you’re in London check out techhub.com for a list of all the events they are putting together, it’s worth dropping by! http://www.techhub.com/magazine/read/the-presenting-companies-at-techhubfriday-demo-night-4-feb-2011_132.html

Also this week was the launch party of the MusicConnex conference – a new event focused on the independent sector that will take place here in London in April and it was definitely a success with high attendance, good networking and great music. If you want to get involved in the event go to www.musicconnex.co.uk and check it out.

And that’s all for this week, I really hope you enjoyed the show. As usual visit www.digitalmusictrends.com for more information and to sign up to the mailing list. The show can be enjoyed both via subscribing on iTunes, via Soundcloud, RSS feed and Mixcloud. If you’d like to follow the show on twitter the handle is DigiMusicTrends, have a great week and ‘till next time!

DMT 75 – Next Big Sound

Hello everyone and welcome to Digital Music Trends! This week on the show an interview with Alex White the CEO of the Next Big Sound. The start-up won the B2B category in the Midemnet Labs competition at Midem and has started branching out of the US and into the European market. (www.nextbigsound.com). In the interview we cover how their company started out, how they obtain the data they need for the stats, their business model and much more!

This week was fairly busy in terms of tech meet-ups here in London. First on Friday was the TechHub demo night – where start-ups and developers get to demonstrate the app/product/idea that they are developing and get feedback and questions from the Audience. From a Music point of view Spreaker presented their demo which was quite a coincidence considering that I had them on the show only last week. Other start-ups that caught my eye but non-music related were UbiCabs, Enterproid and Just What’s on – if you’re in London check out techhub.com for a list of all the events they are putting together, it’s worth dropping by! http://www.techhub.com/magazine/read/the-presenting-companies-at-techhubfriday-demo-night-4-feb-2011_132.html

Also this week was the launch party of the MusicConnex conference – a new event focused on the independent sector that will take place here in London in April and it was definitely a success with high attendance, good networking and great music. If you want to get involved in the event go to www.musicconnex.co.uk and check it out.

And that’s all for this week, I really hope you enjoyed the show. As usual visit www.digitalmusictrends.com for more information and to sign up to the mailing list. The show can be enjoyed both via subscribing on iTunes, via Soundcloud, RSS feed and Mixcloud. If you’d like to follow the show on twitter the handle is DigiMusicTrends, have a great week and ‘till next time!