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All That Matters is back to enliven the Singapore conference circuit

The multitopic event announces its first line-up of speakers & early bird ticket sales

  • Amira Waworuntu
  • 20 June 2022
All That Matters is back to enliven the Singapore conference circuit

All That Matters returns to Singapore, kicking off Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix week on September 26-28, 2022.

Considered Asia’s leading sports and entertainment industry conference, All That Matters continues to gather the most influential players in global entertainment across the industries of music, sports, gaming, marketing and digital entertainment. This year, however, they’re all about presenting something new.

The theme of the 2022 conference is “All That METAS”, which could only mean the introduction of new decentralised, crypto, NFT and Web3 participants to the event. They’ve also announced the first phase line-up of speakers that include leadership figures from top industry names such as TikTok, Helix Records/Ultra Publishing, TaP Music, Universal Music and YouTube.

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Sticking with the theme of newness, the main conference and networking events will be taking place at the recently-opened Hilton Singapore Orchard. Simultaneously, *SCAPE (which is located conveniently next door) will also be hosting three different academies designed to level-up the next generation of business leaders and creative stars.

For early birds who want to get their hands on tickets before the full agenda gets published, there is a limited supply available only until 1 July. This includes a ticket category for virtual attendees, who will be given access to one hour of main stage programming daily, online networking function and post-event video on demand. Choose your ticket category here.

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All That Matters is organised by Branded who specialise in creating, producing and commercialising integrated online and offline multimedia platforms that connect, engage, inform and entertain consumers. In 2020, though hindered by the pandemic, they kicked off a premium online experience for the conference, which featured prominent artists from the music industry such as Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park and Chuck D of Public Enemy.

Keep in the loop with All That Matters and follow their Instagram here.

Amira Waworuntu is Mixmag Asia’s Editorial Assistant, follow her on Instagram.

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