Songtrust News

Welcome to Our New Global Head of Business Development

Songtrust Staff
Songtrust Staff on Jan 22, 2018

Songtrust is proud to welcome Molly Neuman, former record label owner, A2IM VP, and Kickstarter's first-ever Head of Music, to our expanding team as Global Head of Business Development.

With over 25 years of experience in the music industry, Molly will be bringing her expertise and a fresh outlook to the sales, marketing, and business development team to support our growing list of clients. Her commitment to supporting and strengthening the music community led her to Kickstarter where she helped artists and labels to connect with their fans. At Songtrust she will be continuing to support songwriters, artists, and independent music companies through building our team and growth opportunities. Her deep knowledge and insight in the music industry will be critical as we continue to grow, and we're proud to welcome her to the team.

For more details about Molly and our vision, read the full story on Billboard Biz.

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