Evidence Meeting 4: Driving
Economic Growth

A series of evidence meetings conducted at the House of Lords examining the full value of music to UK society.

Questions to be addressed in this meeting:

  1. There is extensive scientific research regarding the positive ways in which music affects human behaviour. So how can places and brands use this knowledge and harness music as a tool to more effectively engage communities and drive economic growth?

  2. Productivity is key to achieving economic returns so how can music be used to better engage workforces, keep them motivated and healthy and deliver skills training.


Expert Witnesses


Councillor Huw Thomas, Leader of Cardiff City Council

Tessa Marchington, CEO, Music in Offices

Judah Armani, Founder, In House Records

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