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Topic = Is the music industry a proxy for the wider global economy: can China’s leapfrog the developed world?
4 Nov 2010 / Agenda "I think Shanghai is much more trend-based, so the hot, hipster artists are generally well-received here. Beijing has a much longer and deeper association with his music."
The Power Broker himself talks to itv-asia about his experiences doing business in China. Sound quality isn't great but it's still worth a click.
The British Chambers of Commerce in China have awarded Split Works the 2010 British Business Award for Creativity.
16 Sep 2010 Split Works MD and "music-branding guru" Archie Hamilton talks to the Beijinger.
13 Sep 2010 / Beijing Today Split Works' Archie Hamilton weighs in on the future of music festivals in China.
1 Sep 2010 / The Telegraph "China rocks -- just don't expect the gigs to make a profit"
Split Works' own Archie Hamilton comments on the growth of music festivals in China in this article by the South China Morning Post
Archie talks to Creative Hunt about his experiences running a concert promotion agency (Split Works) in China