Stem’s Zoë Gholson: ‘Education and transparency are really important for empowering independent artists’
Posted on: 27 juillet 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

“It’s something that’s struck me for years working in this industry: people just don’t know how to talk to artists about the business in the artist’s language!”
That’s something that Zoë Gholson has worked hard on since 2009, when she joined music-streaming Mog as its marketing, social media and community manager.
Since then, corporate acquisitions have seen her carry the principle through Beats Music and then Apple’s artist and relations team, before she joined startup Stem in April 2018 to head its artist and labels team.
Stem’s focus is on digital distribution, analytics and payments – including splitting royalties between contributors to tracks – for artists and labels. Founded in 2015, it has raised $12.5m of funding so far: Music Ally interviewed its CEO Milana Rabkin in July 2017 shortly after its $8m Series A round.
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Source: Music ally

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