Fabien Miclet is a French-Irish specialist in European cultural funding, policy and project management. He currently operates as an independent consultant, sharing his time between Lisbon, Brussels and Lille. From 2014 to 2017 he was in charge of the coordination of Liveurope, the first EU-supported platform bringing together some of the best live music venues from all around the continent. Fabien currently supports various organisations on a range of European policy initiatives, including the newly established “Music Moves Europe” Preparatory Action. He is a regular speaker and moderator in major music industry events and conferences such as Eurosonic, Reeperbahn, Midem, MaMA, ILMC and more. He is also a guest lecturer teaching "EU Interest Representation" at the Lille University of Science and Technology, and "European cultural cooperation" at the Lille Institute of Political Science, both at Masters level. Fabien's past experience include EU advocacy and policy-making positions in Brussels, including the management of the European Music Office. He holds a Master’s degree in political science and is a College of Europe alumnus (Natolin Campus, Marcus Aurelius Promotion).