Young entrepreneur and CEO of Realvibez Media, David Mullings, was invited to participate in a panel on marketing music on the Internet.
PEMBROKE PINES, FL and KINGSTON, JAMAICA, February 29, 2008 – David Mullings, CEO of Realvibez Media, was among the youngest people invited to present and participate in a panel discussion titled Marketing Music on the Internet at the Global Reggae Conference held at the University of the West Indies, Mona in Kingston, Jamaica during February, now officially Reggae Month in Jamaica.
The week-long conference also included participants such as the well-known Reggae archivist and author Roger Steffens, Ellen Kohlings, Editor-In-Chief of Riddim magazine based in Germany and Christopher Edwards, CEO of Rebelmix, a digital distributor of Caribbean music.
The invitation was due to the efforts of Headline Entertainment and resulted in an interview on national radio station Nationwide Radio. David is only 27 years old and graduated with an MBA in Marketing and International Business from the University of Miami at age 22.
“Being invited to participate in such a major conference was an honour” said David. “Weappreciate any opportunity to educate people about online marketing tools that exist and how Realvibez fits into their strategy.”
The presentation focused on basic online marketing tools, real-world cases and the new“push strategy” in regards to getting content to where people already are instead of the “pull strategy” of old. The entire presentation has been made available for free download at http://www.realvibezmedia.com/reggaeconference.php.