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Songpreneurs Community

Fostering sustainable careers in the new music business.

Songpreneurs Community

Songwriter Entrepreneurs Online

Members get:

  • Online profile

  • Weekly online training in songwriting and music business entrepreneurship

  • Regular feedback and song analysis / evaluation

  • Regular assignments

  • Member discounts

  • Access to one on one mentoring

  • Exclusive members only content

  • Facebook group access

Songpreneurs is backed by two generations of hit songwriter expertise, and our multi platinum selling independent music publishing house.


Our lessons follow a core curriculum that serves as continuing education for professional songwriter entrepreneurs, and because it is principle based, it applies to all experience levels from beginners to Grammy® award winners.

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  • 32 delegates
  • 28 countries
  • speaking different languages
  • all wrote at least one song this session
  • and made lifelong friends

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If Songpreneurs can accomplish this in one session with these people who had never before written a song, how much progress do you think you can make with us in a year?

Amanda was an enthusiastic, engaging, articulate, poised, and thoughtful presenter at a copyright law training program organized by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in July 2019.


She offered fascinating personal insights into the craft of songwriting and the challenges of finding success in the music business, during a panel discussion that also included a professional photographer and novelist.


But her standout contribution to the seminar was in leading the audience of 30+ foreign copyright officials in writing their own songs as part of her Songpreneurs Songwriter Workshop.


This workshop was undoubtedly one of the highlights of the week-long seminar program and was an amazing experience for the audience members to share with each other; it served as an excellent ice-breaker for the foreign government officials to get to know each other and collaborate on a fun activity on the first day of the seminar.


I was impressed by the ease with which Amanda made personal connections with individuals who have very different backgrounds and have varying degrees of fluency in the English language.


She has a remarkable ability to speak about copyright law, and the vital role it plays in the creative process, in a way that is easily understood by non-lawyers.


Amanda was a true standout among the many presenters at the seminar, and we would love to have her involvement in future USPTO educational programs! 


-Brian Yeh, USPTO Copyright Attorney

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