50k Support Fund, Music Gateways Simple Solution

Are you looking for part funding for your recordings? How about your album release or marketing campaign? Well look no further as there is a pretty great solution for you right now. Music Gateway have launched a 50k Support Fund in a bid to help professionals across the sectors of the music industry with the budgets of their projects. The launch originally came off the back of their £300,000 giveaway to members over the recent festive season and is available to support budgeted projects that members post through the business platform.

‘It’s simple. It’s rewarding our members for their support, a give back of sorts. The fund is specifically designed to reward the loyalty our members have shown us since our birth. Like most software, sometimes people need a little incentive to change their behavior and give it a try, we don’t just want people pitching for work, we want our members to experience the benefits in posting projects too. As we know, change can be a big barrier and this encourages the core use of the our platform and ensures fair pay for all, long may it continue.’ Jon Skinner, CEO & Founder of Music Gateway.

With countless members already signing up and taking part in this venture the 50k support fund has proven itself as simple as pie to join.

Here’s how you get involved; As the fund is designed to support registered members of the site, you can easily jump on board here. Once you outline your project, which can be anything from finding professionals recording music, promotions, PR, music videos and more, Music Gateway will review and agree to contribute up to 15% of your budget on completion through the site.

So, if you’re a Basic account holder and you pay your project worker $1000, they’ll give you $50 back.

Exclusively for Music Gateway members only. You have until mid-April to put your name forward and claim your project contribution.  If you’re interested in the 50k Support Fund you can find more about how to get involved here or if you’re interested in any of Music Gateway’s other services, then get in touch.

Alan Cross

is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 30+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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