Every company is now a media company. This isn't a new take or an innovative take. It's the reality of today's business landscape. It's the standard. CEO and Marketing expert, Gary Vaynerchuk has talked about it. Consulting firm PWC has written about it. With the barriers to entry to media creation shattered by innovative technology, there's very few reasons not to play in the content creation game.
In most instances, the focus is on traditional businesses evolving as media companies, but I want to talk about why this is essential to artists and how they can employ similar tactics.
What is a carbon credit?
Before we start understanding about carbon credit, it is important to know about carbon emissions, or rightly put, the emissions of carbon dioxide into the environment. Carbon dioxide is one of the most common greenhouse gases that goes up into the atmosphere, along with water vapour, methane, nitrous oxide and ozone. The word “greenhouse” implies that these gases formed a layer that traps heat from the sun, causing a greenhouse effect on the earth surface. These gases will eventually escape into space gradually and this warming of the earth’s surface is important to sustain life.
From 2010-2016, Iris spent a large part of her time to learn business management, funding and consultancy working alongside her husband and partner Raymond Ng in Candle Consulting / Get Funding. She believes that this valuable time in learning about business will be very important in the next stage of her career as she builds ChorusArt Pte Ltd to be the leading edutainment company in Singapore, capable of making a mark on the world stage.
ChorusArt Pte Ltd is the concert promoter for the Vienna Boys Choir event in Singapore from 2018.