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Music Fund - Institutional Class

Monday, September 29, 2008
Model: when compared to major labels - structured to afford improved cost management.

A SQUARE :: 29Sep08 Music Fund - Institutional Class
Category Music
Author Sona Blessing
Actively develops and invests in UK talent - taps into all available revenue streams: recording, publishing, live, merchandising, branding sectors and other non-traditional revenues - as opposed to those derived solely from recording revenues
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