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We last reported on music management-tools startup IndieFlow in June 2022, when the company raised a $4m funding round.

Its service helps musicians to sell merch, manage projects, plan releases and share files with their teams and collaborators, alongside distribution, publishing administration and live bookings tools.

Now the company is looking to forge stronger links with independent musicians via its new Artist Development Program.

The scheme will see chosen artists given free access to IndieFlow’s tools; help with business opportunities including brand partnerships and sync licensing; marketing advances; and support from an artist development manager at the company.

Head of partnerships Thomas Dreux said that the scheme will focus on “supporting artists of all stages, but with high potential, who have already found route-to-market”.

Music Ally’s next Learn Live webinar will help you build the strategies for artists to thrive in new international markets!

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