Mike Burgess Returns (Sound with Mike music business coach)
Behind the Music Business Podcast
Here is the other returning guest. This was meant to be part two of episode 50 but instead it had to be a separate episode in its own right. Mike was Episode 1 (https://audioboom.com/posts/7020047-mike-burgess-sound-with-mike-music-business-coach) so its fitting that he is also episodes 51 and kicks off the next 50 (I hope) episodes.A lot has happened for Mike in the first 2 years of his new business start up and he talk candidly about what he has been working on these past two years. Some really interesting stuff here. Enjoyhttps://www.soundwithmike.com/ https://twitter.com/soundwithmikeEmail the podcast at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow the show on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/behindthebusinesspod/) as well.Find me on Twitter (https://twitter.com/dannychampion)Behind the Business on BANDCAMP (https://behindthebusinesspod.bandcamp.com/)Look out for Facebook and Youtube links in the not too distant future.The podcast is hosted by #audioboom and you can listen to, subscribe, follow, like and review the podcast on all the main podcast platforms including #spotify #applepodcasts, #googlepodcasts, #acast and most other pod apps.
In our second Covid special, host Lucy Heyman speaks to artists MIRI and Lauren Housley about how the pandemic has affected them financially. General Secretary of the Musicians Union, Horace Trubridge, discusses whether the latest Government investment will reach musicians, and industry expert Mike Burgess offers ways to maximise income streams, and make the most of royalty payments. Help Musicians Creative Funding - https://bit.ly/3hajVIx Financial assistance, benevolent and hardship funds - https://bit.ly/3h7xx7q Funding Wizard - https://bit.ly/2B6IO8z Guide to accessing Universal Credit video - https://bit.ly/2CmwAcv Hardship Fund Phase Two - https://bit.ly/3fD06sVBusiness and debt advice Business debt advice and support - https://bit.ly/32qy8ge Government advice for individuals and business - https://bit.ly/30kiuAn Stepchange (debt advice) - https://bit.ly/3eCsWIS Musicians' Union financial advice Crowdfunding - https://bit.ly/2ZEX0iO Coronavirus Hardship fund - https://bit.ly/2WwcX8K Financial advice - http://bit.ly/2MouMlv Live Rates - https://bit.ly/3h8kfrd Session Rates - https://bit.ly/3j97ZJ3 Teaching Rates - https://bit.ly/3h6bLAU Tax Savings Guide - https://bit.ly/32EVfEfUK Collecting Societies PPL (performers and recording owner royalties) - http://bit.ly/2YM1stG PRS for Music (music writers and publisher royalties) - http://bit.ly/2PiA3Ne MCPS - https://bit.ly/3eED3ge
Meet Mike Burgess. His mission in real estate investing is to help a particular location by buying and renovating properties. He then rents them to families and individuals in need of affordable housing. His mission is to revive these areas, adding value to the community he lives in. He wants to ensure those in his community can afford a comfortable and safe home. We feel Mike's mission is admirable, and are happy to bring awareness to his project.
EP#10: How ASIO managed during a global health crisis - with Mike Burgess
Work with Purpose: A podcast about the Australian Public Service.
The mission of the hard-working men and women of Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) is to deliver on the Australian government’s first priority which is to keep all Australian’s safe. But how do you do that when the rules change?In this week’s episode of Work with Purpose, David Pembroke sits down with Mike Burgess, Australia’s Director-General of Security and the head of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) to discuss how the work of ASIO has changed during the Covid 19 pandemic.How did ASIO adjust its operating model to stay ahead of the threats.In February, Mike Burgess presented ASIO’s annual threat assessment in which he pointed to a rise in right wing nationalist groups online, the increased activity of extremists recruiting ever younger boys and girls online and the presence of overseas spies in Australia, which is at levels not seen since the cold war.In this interview, we ask if Australian’s are more at risk or safer as a result of Covid 19 and what life is like working for ASIO. Discussed in this episode: - Are Australians safer because of COVID-19?- The importance of partnerships - The increase of cyber-crime during lockdown - What impact the pandemic has had on protecting Australian security interests - Ensuring lawful access to personal mobile phones.- The responsibilities of the global tech platforms - What it’s like to work at ASIO See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mike Burgess on offensive cyber and the people who do it
Lowy Institute: Live Events
The Lowy Institute hosted Mr Mike Burgess, director-general of the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), for an address on ASD’s offensive cyber capabilities. Mr Burgess has served as the head of ASD since 4 January 2018, becoming the first director-general of ASD on 1 July 2018. He has worked as an intelligence official, consultant, and private-sector chief information security officer. He has served on the Federal Government’s naval shipbuilding advisory board, the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network board, and as a non-executive director of SC8 Limited. Mr Burgess holds a degree in electronics engineering from the South Australian Institute of Technology.
Mike Burgess (Sound with Mike music business coach)
Behind the Music Business Podcast
Welcome to the Behind the Business podcast. A new music business focused podcast where I chat with an eclectic mix of people from the music business about them, what they do and why they do it.This episodes chat is with Mike Burgess. Mike has spent time in a number of different areas of the business. He has been a producer/remixer/creator as well as working in radio and in artist management and artist development. He has his own label and has worked with an interesting mix of varied performers an writers.Mike has recently launched a new project Sound with Mike (see links below). The service is a creative consultancy where he offers his time and input into creative projects. He is also running assorted workshops and events in the Manchester area as well.We met back in March 2018 to talk about his career and his thoughts and opinions on the current state of the music business.Enjoy!WEBSITE - https://www.soundwithmike.com/TWITTER - @soundwithmike (https://twitter.com/soundwithmike)INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/soundwithmike/FACEBOOK - @soundwithmike (https://www.facebook.com/soundwithmike/)Email to show at email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)Follow the show on instagram at https://www.instagram.com/behindthebusinesspod/