Upcoming Workshops

 2019

rEAL INDUSTRY X sONOS BOSTON HQ CHALLENGE

September 23, 2019 | Boston, MA

REAL INDUSTRY X SONOS UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN cHALLENGE

September 26, 2019 | Ann Arbor, MI

Universal audio challenge x Stanford University CHallenge

October 7, 2019 | Stanford, CA

Immersive 360 Spatial audio demo day

February 22, 2019 | In partnership with Facebook and University of Michigan

2020

REAL INDUSTRY X SONOS UNIVERSITY OF Washington cHALLENGE

January 2020 | Seattle, WA

 

Highlights from Past Workshops

 

Bose Challenge: University of California, Berkeley

October 16, 2018  |  In partnership with Bose and University of California, Berkeley

On October 16th, over 100 UC Berkeley students came together for a kickoff event in partnership with Real Industry and Bose. Students worked in interdisciplinary teams to gain real-world experience designing for AR, exploring how companies actually develop products, and develop their professional networks. Read more about it here…

 

Sonos Challenge: Boston

October 4, 2018  |  In partnership with Sonos | Sonos Headquarters, Boston

On Thursday, October 4th, students coming from universities across the Greater Boston Area came together for a kickoff event in partnership with Real Industry and Sonos to answer this question: How do we design or build an experience that delivers the right sound, at the right moment, into people's lives? Read more about it here…

 

Pandora Challenge: University of Michigan

September 24th, 2018 | In partnership with Bryce Vine and Barn Sanctuary, presented with the University of Michigan

On Tuesday, September 24th, University of Michigan students came together for a kickoff event in partnership with Bryce Vine and Barn Sanctuary to learn about music business, marketing, and fan engagement principles. Read more about it here…

 
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Pandora challenge at stanford

May 19, 2017  |  In partnership with #Pandora#Warner Bros Records, and the #Tegan and Sara Foundation.

In this music business and marketing workshop, Stanford students used music, data, technology, and marketing to launch an initiative to make fans safer and more comfortable at live music events for members of the LGBTQ community, concluding the event with a pitch for a national social impact marketing campaign.

 
We partnered with Real Industry to expose the students to the Pandora Artist Marketing Tools; educate them on how to use them to run a marketing campaign for an artist; encourage them to think creatively about how to apply them to the specific use case with the
Tegan and Sara Foundation.
— Anna Wilson, Senior Director, Marketing Programs & Operations, Pandora
 
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