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Competition: Win A Year's Subscription To The IMA Music Business Academy ($181 Value)

Hi guys. I’ve been a long term reader and contributor of Music Think Tank, and thought it’s about time I gave something more back to the community.

As some of you may know, I recently released my course ‘The IMA Music Business Academy’. It’s a course that aims to teach the independent musician the business side of the industry, giving them all the knowledge and practical skills they need to fast track their music career.

The course has received a lot of good feedback so far, and with the door now back open, I want give you the chance to get involved free of charge.

I’m giving away three prizes of a year’s long access to the IMA Music Business Academy (Each prize valued at $181). If you want to win this great prize, all you have to do is:

1.Go to and click the ‘like’ button just below the main picture.
2.Go to, like the page, and on the wall tell us that you want to join the Academy. Please mention you’re coming from Music Think Tank as I’m running this competition on other websites as well. I want to make sure at least 3 MTT readers win this prize.

It’s as simple as that, do the above two things and you will automatically be entered into the prize draw. The competition will close on Friday the 11th of November 2011 (11.11.2011) and three winners will be picked at random. If you’re a winner, you will be contacted via Facebook and be given access. Good luck, let your friends and fellow musicians know! :)

The IMA Music Business Academy.

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