Anna Zò is a project manager at Music Innovation Hub, in charge of MIHʼs Creative Europe projects, training programs, and MusicTech-related activities. Co-founder of Next Stage Challenge Hackathon and Music Tech Europe Academy, Anna is part of the team that has developed the new BA/BSc in Music Business at SAE Institute Milan, where she also teaches as a Guest Lecturer as well as at Bocconi University. With a strong focus on CCIs and a business background (Master Graduate in CCIs Management), she has also been managing projects in different cultural fields, such as visual arts (in London) and cinema (in Paris). Since 2018 Anna has been part of the team curating Linecheck Music Conference.
Music Innovation Hub powers innovative, socially responsible projects in the music industry.
Launched in Milan in 2018, it is the first social enterprise of its kind in Italy and is backed by Fondazione Giordano dell’Amore Social Venture – the social impact investment fund from Fondazione Cariplo, and Music Management Club.
MIH develops solutions that support the growth of the music industry and its stakeholders and helps businesses find a more sustainable future through music projects.
MIH promotes a range of programmes for training, incubation, acceleration, and networking on an international level, including Music Tech Europe, CreativeSHIFT, and JUMP, as well as creating solidarity projects like Scena Unita and Covid-19 – Sosteniamo la Musica in response to the 2020 health crisis and to support entertainment professionals. MIH produces formats and events, including Heroes, the first large-scale hybrid concert in the history of Italian music, and Linecheck, the foremost international networking event for the Italian music industry.