MUSIC & TECH SPRINGBOARD PROGRAMME
In 2020, BPI and Music Ally launched The Music & Tech Springboard Programme, a new initiative designed to bring the music and tech startup communities closer together.
Aimed at new and emerging startups looking to operate within the music industry, the project began with a free eight-part video series, which offers initial tips, advice, and more for startups on how best to approach and work with the music industry. Alongside this was a free BPI Springboard membership for startups, giving access to all of the BPI’s resources, and a six-month free subscription to Music Ally’s industry-leading business information service.
Now, four brand new episodes are available, focusing on major labels, the classical sector, working with indies & self-releasing artists, and funding.
Also, if you're a music-related tech startup that's less than five years old or with fewer than 20 employees, we want to help you with practical steps. As such we are offering you the following:
A BPI Springboard membership, which offers startups access to all of the BPI’s resources – from market intelligence, to free training courses and access to networking events – free for 2021. In order to qualify, companies must operate in the music & tech space and meet either an age (not older than 5 years) or size (no larger than 20 employees) criterion. Both UK and overseas applications are welcome. Applications are welcome here.
- Music Ally is offering a six-month free subscription to its industry-leading business information service, including a daily news bulletin and regular in-depth reports. The same qualification criteria apply. To take advantage of the offer, all employees of qualifying startups should sign up here.
Watch the four new episodes below, followed by the eight episodes from 2020. If you would like to find out more about the Programme contact: [email protected]