2 May 2022

TMN: 30 Under 30 Awards Winners Announced

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THE NEXT GENERATION OF THE AUSSIE INDUSTRY.

The winners of this year’s The Music Network 30 Under 30 Awards have been confirmed. As a proud partner of the awards that celebrate the next generation of Australian music industry superstars, we are thrilled to count several of our AIM alumni amongst the list. Congratulations to AIM grads Jessica Barrett (Marketing Manager, Sony Music Entertainment), Lucy Baker (Head of Communications, Inside Out Agency), and the inspiring lineup of legends who round out the Class of 2022.

After a challenging few years for the Australian music industry, it is heartening to see so many young and talented people carving their own path in the rapidly evolving music business. For an in-depth guide to the career opportunities available in music right now, check out our Music Industry Careers Guide here. Explore AIM’s Arts and Entertainment Management courses here.

The 2022 TMN 30 Under 30 Winners:

Alana Jagt, APRA AMCOS
Alexia Tomshin, BRING
Ashlee Minto, Warner Music Australia
Barna Németh, Mushroom Group
Brigid Neill, Mushroom Group
Carla Fowler, TikTok Australia/Streamstate Podcast
Casey Katz, Untitled Group
Claire Tate, Virgin Music Australia
Damien Platt, The Everyday Agency/Vicious Recordings/Palms Management
Gemma Maddox, Hit1047
Giorgio Theodoropoulos, Universal Music Australia
Gloria Brancatisano, Ticketmaster Australia
Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, Community Broadcasting Association of Australia
James Adams, Universal Music Australia
Jessica Barrett, Sony Music Entertainment Australia
Jessica Peach, Warner Music Australia
Jessica Phillips, WME
Jessie Ryan-Allen, APRA AMCOS
Katie Krollig, Select Music Agency
Lily Hambling, Sony Music Entertainment Australia
Louisa Cornock, Brett Oaten Solicitors/Sony Music Entertainment Australia
Lucy Baker, Inside Out
Luke Vespa, Warner Music Australia
Maddy Rose Smith, Ourness
Mari Stuart, [PIAS] Australia
Rachel Whitford, 27 Music/Music SA
Sasha Ponomareva, White Sky Music
Steel Hanf, Proxy Agency
Sylvie Maclean, Tixel
Tom Gordon, Yours & Owls/Farmer & The Owl/Planet Shhh

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