Women in Music Syd: Life Hacks Breakfast

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Women in Music Sydney present 10 top “life hacks” for thriving in the Australian music industry at a special networking breakfast event at the Australian Institute of Music. AIM students are encouraged to attend for the discounted ticket price of $10.


Jacqui Louez Schoorl: CEO and Co-founder of Jaxsta, graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD), a Dementia Australia advocate, and the Founder of Women In Music Sydney.

Poppy Reid: The Managing Editor of Australia’sThe Brag Media, which includes Rolling Stone Australia, Variety Australia, Tone Deaf, The Brag, The Industry Observer and Don’t Bore Us, among many others. Shortlisted for B&T’s Women in Media Awards in 2017, a National Live Music Award in 2020. The former Editor at The Music Network.

Nancy Lipman: Transformational Coach Executive Artist Coach & Mentor, NLP Practitioner. Nancy is on a mission to nurture and intuitively support high-end music artists to reduce the highs and lows of the music industry, creating positive and sustainable mindsets to ensure ongoing success and longevity for the busiest and most successful artists in the world.

Join our host Matilda Allerfeldt of Jaxsta and WIMSyd Manager who will be asking the hard questions and moderating our wonderful breakfast.  Come for the tips, stay for the food.


Women In Music Sydney is a nonprofit organisation bringing together a dynamic group of dedicated music industry professionals to network. Our network is all about building connections with other women in the industry within a relaxed environment. The vibe is very much about like minded women getting together sharing ideas, opportunities, knowledge and experience. It’s also about inspiring each other.


Industry Event, Information Session

Date & TIme

24 May 21
8am – 10:30am


Australian Institute of Music, Foveaux Street, Surry Hills NSW, Australia

Online stream

No online stream for this event.

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