Megan Page

Record Store UK Coordinator
Entertainment Retailers Association

Megan Page is responsible for coordinating all aspects of Record Store Day UK and National Album Day at the Entertainment Retailer’s Association.

The UK iteration of Record Store Day is widely regarded as the most successful new music promotion in the UK for at least two decades. It has been the catalyst for a revival of the independent retail sector and the key driver of the renewed interest in vinyl. Megan is responsible for all label, artist and retail liaison as well as devising the PR, media and social strategy throughout the year.

Earlier this year, Megan also launched the UK’s first National Album Day in partnership with the BPI and BBC Music. The event received widespread media coverage with participation from DSPs and hundreds of music retailers across the UK.

Her success in these roles at aged 25 has led to her being shortlisted for FSB’s Young Business Person of the Year at 2016’s London Business Awards, Winner of Young Achiever of the Year at the Best Practise 2018 Awards and enrolled into the Women in Music 2018 Roll of Honour.


  • Vinyl Isn’t Going Anywhere, But Up
Vinyl Isn’t Going Anywhere, But Up

11.30 – 12.15

Thursday, 14 Feb

Vinyl revenues continue to grow, in spite of significant decline in CD sales. The format is about more than just owning the music. Our expert panel look at what is selling and explore how to maximise revenue from Vinyl, for artists of all sizes.

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