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Book gigs and manage bands online. Gigger connects bands, promoters and venues in one simple (and awesome) booking system.

Category: Entertainment, Marketplace
Operational Status: Active
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Year of Commencement: 2015

Perth Western Australia

State: Western Australia
Overseas Operations: No
Key Personnel: Anthony Manning-Franklin, Jeremy Hart
Awards won:

Spacecubed Intensify Scholarship
Founders Institute Graduate

Current Period Rank:

WA Annual Rank 2016: 33


    October, 2016

    Participated on panel at Morning Startup M2K event 14/10/16


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Anthony Manning-Franklin

Currently developing a real-world analytics platform and helping people solve tough problems with web apps. In 2012 I founded Farugi to empower independent musicians by enabling them to control how they monetise their music. We did this by building a social music distribution platform. It was insanely fun and equally challenging. I developed technologies such as custom recommendation engines, real time social experiences incorporating news feeds, comments, and messaging. All of which worked alongside a dynamic music and merchandise marketplace populated by products that were listed and supplied by the artists themselves. Prior to launching Farugi, I had been working within the music industry for over 10 years, beginning as a performer and promoter but primarily as a sound engineer and producer. In 2007 I opened Midas Touch Studios and over the next 6 years I worked with artists such as Screaming Life, Michael Swann, The Red Paintings, Tempest Rising and many more. I’ve had my work aired on over 200 radio stations internationally.

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