The Electronic Music Conference and Expo, popularly known as EMEX, is a multi-faceted platform for the Philippine electronic music scene, music production, DJ, EDM, recording, pro audio, and nightclub industries. On its 4th year, EMEX is one of the most unique and creative events held annually, attracting individuals from all over Asia and the Philippines. EMEX offers business potential including networking events focused on music, technology, sustainability, talent discovery, and music education.

June 19-21, 2015
SMX Aura (inside SM Aura Premier)
Bonifacio Global City,
Manila, Philippines

Registration via Eventbrite

Access to the Expo is FREE via pre-registration. Access to Conference requires PAID registration (Limited to 50 seats).

Event Schedule (subject to change)

The expo opens from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. daily.
The conference/seminar schedule is from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily (GREEN COLORED).

Questions and inquiries:
Email us: emexmanila@gmail.com
Facebook: http://Facebook.com/EmexManila
Instagram: http://instagram.com/EMEXph
Twitter: http://twitter.com/EMEXph

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Mony Romana

DLS-College of St. Benilde ; and MINT College
James “Mony” Romana is a lecturer whose expertise is in the Music Industry, having worked in various posts in the recording industry since 1991. As a Marketing and A&R Executive, he has developed innovative campaigns for major international and local releases. Joining government in 2007, he advocated for the Creative Industries, actively participating in efforts in pushing for policy to recognize the sector as a key economic driver, attending numerous international discussions and fora as part of the Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM) of the Department of Trade and Industry.
He has been a member of the academic community since the year 2000, teaching the Music Business course in the Dela Salle College of St. Benilde and most recently Meridian International College. His wealth of experience in the music industry coupled with his insights as an observer from the outside looking in, he seeks to attune his students’ minds to the Music Business in Music 2.0.
As an entrepreneur, he is pushing for more adaptation by the Philippine Music Industry of platforms and innovations in the digital sphere. He is currently involved in developing startups in the music industry, including Odicion, an online platform for artists to connect and collaborate and Distro, a company that seeks to enhance the artist-fan connection through mobile applications. He strives to empower independent musicians through business consultancy and mentoring.