Executive

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Mark Jowett

Mark Jowett co-founded Nettwerk Productions in 1984. He began his career as the main writer and guitar player for Moev. Mark is the key A&R person at Nettwerk with his focus on the creative aspects of the careers of the artists including choosing songs, producers and studios. He has been involved in expanding Nettwerk’s presence as a label on the international scene, especially in Europe. Mark has sat on many FACTOR juries awarding grant money to artists. He helped produce the Juno award winning album “Shiver” by the Rose Chronicles. Mark is regarded as one of the best A&R representatives in Canada with an extraordinary ability to attract talent and was responsible for brining Sarah McLachlan and Avril Lavigne to Nettwerk’s attention.

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VP International A&R/Publishing
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1650 West 2nd Ave
Vancouver, BC V6J 4R3
Tel: 604.654.2929
Fax: 604.654.1993

Ric Arboit

Ric Arboit is the President of Nettwerk Productions, and one of four founders of the Nettwerk Music Group. Arboit’s music-industry career began in 1980, when he founded Public Eye Sound while also serving as an assistant engineer at Vancouver’s famed Mushroom Studios. By 1984, Arboit had moved into the touring world, and was a tour manager, fount of house engineer, and studio engineer for bands such as No Means No, Images In Vogue, Skinny Puppy and the Grapes of Wrath, the latter two who would later become staples on the Nettwerk roster. In 1986, Arboit joined into the Nettwerk fold where he has handled A&R duties and been the Vice President of Operations, prior to his current title of President of Nettwerk Productions.

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President
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1650 West 2nd Ave Vancouver, BC V6J 4R3 Tel: 604.654.2929 Fax: 604.654.1993

Terry McBride

Terry McBride is the current CEO and one of three founders of the Nettwerk Music Group, which includes Nettwerk Productions (Canada’s largest independent record label), Nettwerk Management (artist and producer management), Nettwerk One (publishing), and Artwerks (graphic and fashion design). Founded in McBride's apartment in 1984, Nettwerk has corporate offices in Vancouver, Boston, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York, Hamburg and London. Since its inception, Nettwerk has released over 500 different albums and sold over 150 million albums worldwide. In the past few years McBride has spoke at dozens of international conferences about advances in digital technology, intellectual property rights and the future of music distribution. In 2008, McBride co-authored a paper for the British University of Westminster’s “Musictank” entitled Meet the Millennials.

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CEO
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EA: Ashley Tungate - atungate@nettwerk.com
1650 West 2nd Ave Vancouver, BC V6J 4R3 Tel: 604.654.2929 Fax: 604.654.1993

Dan Fraser

Dan Fraser began his music industry career on the road at 17 years of age, consistently traveling over 250 days per year and moving up through the ranks in the touring world to tour manager, before co-founding the Nettwerk Music Group and becoming President of Nettwerk Management. As president, Fraser oversees all clients, artist managers, employees, financials, and contract negotiations. Further, Fraser manages all aspects of the touring careers of Juno and Grammy award-winning clients. He also contributes to the overall strategic development of the Nettwerk Music Group, along with the other three co-founders. In 1996, Fraser, along with Sarah McLachlan, Terry McBride, and Marty Diamond, co-founded the famed Lilith Fair tours, which ran from 1996-1999, and will be reappearing in 2010.

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President
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EA: Ashley Tungate - atungate@nettwerk.com
1650 West 2nd Ave Vancouver, BC V6J 4R3 Tel: 604.654.2929 Fax: 604.654.1993

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