Since our foundation in 2002,
White Sky has always been at the forefront of defining
accounting services in the Australian music industry.
As Australia’s largest music and entertainment accounting service business, we strive to make White Sky to be a great place to work. Diversity makes us greater than the sum of our parts. We look for people with passion and make a commitment to upskilling and supporting them on their professional path.
And you must love music.
White Sky and One of One have joined forces to launch an exciting opportunity for women working in the Australian music industry. Each year, White Sky will fund the recipient of the scholarship to attend a board governance training program tailored specifically for women. Learn more
Upstairs at our Melbourne office is a shared working space exclusively for music businesses. Bringing like-minded people together, we encourage managers, labels, publicists, promoters and other music professionals to get out of their lounge rooms and into the Hub where they can make strong connections and build better businesses faster.
Partnering with the VMDO, we are currently offering 50% discount for 6 months for emerging music businesses. Learn more
Networking and Professional Development
On a regular basis we proudly play host to networking sessions, workshops and panel discussions presented by organisations such as Music Victoria, VMDO, APRA and I Manage My Music, making the Hub a top meeting place within the industry.
The Hub is also a space for hire for showcases, listening parties and meetings. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Workshops, presentations and panels
Our staff are frequently called on to conduct workshops and presentations at many industry events such as BIGSOUND, The Seed Fund, CHANGES, Leaps & Bounds, Australian Music Week, Creative Victoria, AIR’s Indie-Con, EMC and WAMcon.
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