Antigua and Barbuda has received a new representative of the Eastern Caribbean Collective Organisation for Music Rights (ECCO).
ECCO, which is headquartered in Saint Lucia, with membership throughout the OECS, has appointed Mr. Dario Barthley as an agent for the twin island state with immediate effect.
According to a release, Barthley will bring his management skills and commitment as a team player to an organisation whose mandate is to be the bridge between the world of music creators and music users.
ECCO’s Chief Executive Officer Steve Etienne states “Mr. Bartley’s appointment as Agent comes at a time where ECCO is experiencing great results regionally and need to move authors rights in Antigua and Barbuda to a level matching the rest of the region”
Etienne adds, “For ECCO to continue delivering improved services to its Members, Agents and Head Office staff must have the human skills necessary in the delivery of the goals and objectives required by the ECCO Board of Directors and Mr. Barthley meets the requirements for this post”.
The release concluded that the position of a Director to represent Antigua & Barbuda on the ECCO Board is still vacant.