Terry McBride

CEO and Co-Founder, Nettwerk Music Group

CEO and Founder, YYoga

Bio

Terry McBride is the CEO and co-founder of Nettwerk Music Group, which consists of Canada’s largest independent record label, artist management and music publishing. Founded in McBride’s apartment in 1984, Nettwerk has corporate offices worldwide in Vancouver, London, Hamburg, Boston, Los Angeles and New York. Since its inception, Nettwerk has released over 700 different albums and sold over 170 million albums worldwide with renowned artists such as Coldplay, Fun., SYML, Mike Posner, Passenger, Dido, and Sarah McLachlan.

 

McBride has spoken at dozens of international conferences about the social landscape, digital branding, intellectual property rights and the future of music consumption. In 2008 he co-authored a broad reaching futuristic paper on the Millennial Generation for the University of Westminster in London, UK. He is a two time recipient of the Pollstar Manager of year for his work with Avril Lavigne, Coldplay and Sarah Mclachlan. He is also a recipient of the Juno Awards’ “Special Achievement” award for the growth and advancement of the Canadian Music Industry.

 

In 2006, McBride co-founded a chain of wellness centers called YYoga and fitness. It’s McBride’s vision for YYoga Studios to evolve into social third spaces, focusing on health, fitness and wellness for the body, mind, spirit and the community. Terry is also a long-time supporter, E-Series speaker, and recipient of the 2015 FWE Mentor Award.

 

In unrelated news, Terry was one of the forces behind the Lilith Fair Music Festival.

TOPICS

Why a Leader Should Never Be Right

Remarks by Terry McBride. 25 years of experience, stories and reflections on the worlds of entertainment and wellness/yoga.


Entrepreneurship / Leadership / Management Strategy / Motivators / Workforce/HR

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