Tersha Willis (IE)

Co-founder, Terrible Merch

Tersha is a Goldsmiths College graduate who has a background in financial services, private equity and fashion before co-founding Terrible Merch in 2016. She’s been honored on the AIM AltPower 100 Music List for 2019 and has spoken at BBC Introducing Live, MIL, Wild Paths and AIM Connected. Tersha was also a finalist in The Great British Entrepreneur Awards for 2019. Tersha has been featured on the BBC and Channel 4 as well as in Wallpaper Magazine, Vox and MusicAlly for her progressive views on Music Merchandise and her uniquely artist-focused work. She is the person behind the recent International Women’s Day initiative ‘Listen To Women’ which aims to bring awareness to how far women have come in the music industry, but also how much further women in music have yet to go.

Nationality: Ireland
Company: Terrible Merch

Programme

Wed 17
18:40 - 18:45

Terrible Merch

Music Conference
Meet & Greet
Terrible Merch is a full service music merchandise and product management company. We’re focused on ensuring artists ...
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