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Music Financing Expertise

Tuesday, April 29, 2008
Our artists will have control of their own destinies and total transparency of their finances, but most importantly they retain control over how their copyrights are used..

A SQUARE :: 29Apr08 Music Financing Expertise
Category Music
Author Sona Blessing
This music model completely aligns the needs of the artists and investors. The artists are placed at the centre of the model and have the flexibility to develop their careers in the most appropriate and profitable ways. By investing directly in artists’ careers, investors participate in all revenues available to artists
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