Faryal Khan-Thompson

Faryal Khan-Thompson

VP, International
TuneCore

February 26, 2023, 05:10 PM

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How Music Travels

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Faryal currently serves as TuneCore’s Vice President of International, overseeing TuneCore’s international operations and responsible for the brand’s growth and expansion into new countries and territories. She holds a BS in International Relations and History & Policy from Carnegie Mellon University. Faryal has a professional background that spans the areas of Localization & Globalization, General Management, International Business Strategy, Operations & Strategic Partnerships. Prior to joining TuneCore, Faryal was at Tag, an international creative production agency, where she was Global Head of Localization. There, she was responsible for overseeing a global team and supporting many clients across a wide range of industries to help scale their brands globally and strengthen market positioning via localization. Faryal also currently serves as a board advisor for Rywave, a music NFT platform whose mission it is to enable artists to fully utilize their talents, reach audiences faster, generate new revenue streams and connect with fans in new ways. Faryal is passionate about creating more opportunities for independent music creators in today’s digital economy and democratizing the industry, and she believes music creates connection and transcends borders, now more than ever. Faryal also has a great passion for music, and comes from a very musically oriented family. She did musical theatre for 20+ years and has a younger brother who is an independent artist and a mother who is trained in Indian-classical.

Faryal is excited to participate in Measure of Music this year.

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