Asia’s Entertainment Industry Conference Lists Their Lineup for All That Matters 2020

Asia’s entertainment industry conference, All That Matters 2020 has listed down their list of a lineup of business leaders, creators, and innovators.

This year’s All That Matters would be on September 14-18 the lineup includes:

  • Writer-director: David Mamet
  • Founder of comedy channel BB Ki Vines: Bhuvan Bam
  • Hip Hop management legend and YouTube’s Global Head of Music: Lyor Cohen
  • Head of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Office: Jane Fernandez0
  • Dua Lipa Manager: Wendy Ong
  • Founder of fashion brand CLOT and rapper: Edison Chen
  • McLaren Racing CEO: Zak Brown
  • Evil Genuises CEO: Nicole LaPointe Jameson
  • Music Executive, Talent Agent, and Entrepreneur: Marc Geiger
  • Viu CEO: Helen Sou
  • Senior executives from YouTube, Facebook, Disney, Bloomberg, HSBC, Coca-Cola, Globe Telecom, PCCW, Singtel, Riot Games, Universal Music, Standard Chartered Bank, Dentsu Sports, AIA, 88Rising, and many more.

Facebook joins All That Matters Online 2020 as Official Partner. Executives from their entertainment partnerships business unit will be speaking and showcasing a slate of creator partnerships from the Asia-Pacific region, soon to be announced.  

Ways to participate in the five-day event include:

  • Connections Pass: Go behind the streams to find out who’s who and meet who’s there – industry decision makers, creators, artists and technology providers. It’s the full All That Matters experience plus access to video-on-demand after the event. 
  • Family Pass: Attendees are encouraged to bring their families to All That Matters for free. Expect exclusive educational programming designed for U18, U12 and U6 age groups including creative workshops, hangouts, and fan meet & greets. Available at no extra cost with the Connections Pass.
  • Artist Pass: Sessions specifically for up-and-coming music artists will provide deeper business knowledge through a special Music Matters Academy. Applications are accepted here. Available at a discounted rate.
  • Career Pass: This year’s conference grants discounts for industry professionals seeking employment, to enable networking with the All That Matters community. Available at a 50% discounted rate.
  • Content Pass: Watch select keynotes and panels and ask questions during the live chat. Complimentary.
  • Student Pass: All That Matters is partnering with universities to provide students with industry exposure via access to select keynotes and panels.

Jasper Donat, CEO at Branded, said:

All That Matters this year needs to and will have genuine purpose, and given today’s live event realities, it will be a fully online experience.  That said, 2020 has given us the gift of accessibility, regardless of location, budget or age.  This is exciting as broader reach means new faces and new connections we have never seen before.  The ATM energy is terrific this year! Together with the team, our speaker network and advisory board have gone above and beyond and everyone is pumped to see this all-new edition coming to life. Doing what we do during a pandemic has challenged us. But ATM has always been a little bit different and in that respect this year is no different. In fact, in many ways it’s even better. We will bring new and varied formats to our various communities, from one-to-one messaging to daily networking, curated small-group sessions, performances, workshops and roundtables. Oh and some unique, world’s-first  guest speakers who can only join as it’s online!  One thing we promise: this won’t be just another webinar

Standard tickets are available at only $99 for full festival access, with reduced rates for music artists and out-of-work professionals exploring employment opportunities. Group packages are now available and can be purchased here. You can check out the site here.