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TOP 10: This week's biggest stories

Daniel Gumble
TOP 10: This week's biggest stories

As a nation wakes up to the news that it is no longer a part of the EU, we have the small matter of the week’s biggest stories here at MI Pro to deal with.

Topping the chart this week, unsurprisingly, is our analysis on what life outside the European Union could look like, featuring input from some of the industry’s foremost voices.

Away from the referendum, news that Dutch online retailer Bax has launched a new ecommerce site in Italy also captured the market’s attention.

Elsewhere, Yamaha Corporation turned heads this week with its first appointment of a non-Japanese board member, US retail giant Guitar Center announced the appointment of its new president.
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See below for the full rundown.

 

1. Crunch time: How 'Brexit' could affect the MI industry

As a nation holds its breath in anticipation ahead of today’s EU referendum, MI Pro takes a final look at what an EU Exit would mean for the MI industry.

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2. Bax increases European reach; changes name

Bax, the Dutch online MI retailer, has expanded its European reach with the launch of a new online store in Italy. And it's also changed its name from Bax to Bax Music.

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3. Korg wall mount tuner displays now available for retailers

Korg has announced a new wall mount in-store tuner display for retailers.

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4. Yamaha Corporation appoints first non-Japanese board member

Yamaha Corporation has appointed its first ever non-Japanese executive officer in the form of Thomas Schoepe, marking a more international focus for the business.

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5. Guitar Center names new president

Guitar Center has unveiled Ron Japinga as its new president.

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6. Casio Grand Hybrid GP-400 to hit UK stores this week

Casio’s new Grand Hybrid GP-400 digital piano hits UK stores this week, following its launch at Musikmesse earlier this year.

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7. Editorial changes at MI Pro

Laura Barnes has been appointed editor of MI Pro, joining the title from sister publication PCR (PC Retail).

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8. BILLY LUNN: A producer by necessity (part one)

The Subways front man, Billy Lunn, discusses the changing face of home recording.

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9. Musicians' Union backs EU stay

In its latest MI Pro column, the Musicians’ Union outlines the benefits of staying in the EU…

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10. FBT Audio relocates to Kent

FBT Audio UK has relocated to Rochester, Kent, following a “period of exceptional growth” for the company, according to the company’s managing director, Mark Parkhouse.

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