Mylène Besançon Quoted in Women Empowerment Article by Take The Lead

Mylène Besançon was recently quoted in an article on The Movement Blog by TakeTheLeadWomen.com. The article, titled “Sing Your Own Song: Event VP’s 7 Tips On Finding Passion For Your Work” and posted on January 26, 2018, is written by Michele Weldon, who is the editorial director of Take The Lead and an award-winning author.

It was centered on the experiences of music executive Danielle Madeira, VP of Another Planet Entertainment, who was giving advice to people who wanted to excel in business, and highlighted important shifts in the music industry as it relates to women leaders. The featured passage by Mylene reads as follows:

PRS Foundation recently reported in the United Kingdom “that 78 percent of women interviewed had experienced some form of sexism in the music industry. In addition to that it found that only 16 percent of UK songwriters and composers are female, on top of the fact that men dominated every other role in the music business,” according to Mylène Besançon, co-founder of @Tunedly, writing in Thrive Global.

The CMO and Co-Founder of Tunedly, Mylene’s quote was taken from one of her posts on the Thrive Global platform about sexism in the music industry. Mylene is happy to have been featured as she is fully in support of Take The Lead’s mission.

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