Getting a music start-up off the ground?

News: 27th August 2010 by Louise Dodgson under Media, Music Training & Careers

The music world is brimming over with digital start-ups and if you have an online service for bands in the pipeline it can be tricky to get things off the ground amidst all this competition.

Brendan Mulligan, who set up ArtistData, has launched a new blog through Hypebot which will look at music start-ups in depth and provide guidance with, well erm..., starting them up. His blog will be covering all sorts of topics including creating business plans, and meeting your markets needs. Check out the link below to find out what is in store...

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