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Why Do I Need a Licence to Play Music?

Using Music in a Business

Having permission to play music in a business is a legal requirement, regardless of the industry you operate in or how you use music.

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Mike Chunn on songwriting and why music must exist

For Mike Chunn CNZM, former member of iconic bands Split Enz and Citizen Band, and founder of Play It Strange, his love of music and songwriting has followed him his whole life. As Play It Strange, a charitable trust that promotes and inspires songwriting in secondary schools, continues to celebrate “Twenty Strange Years”, Mike reflects on his journey and the importance of music in our lives.

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Thyme Square encourages patrons to take time out

Logan Murray wears many hats at Hamilton’s home of intimate dining, Thyme Square Restaurant, so it’s no wonder he took home the win for Outstanding Chef and Emerging Front of House, at the Waikato Hospitality Awards 2023.

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The Church: Pouring the heritage back into Christchurch hospitality

On the corner of Manchester and Worcester Streets in the heart of Christchurch city sits a beautifully restored Church which now houses a stunning bar and live music venue.

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Celebrating 10 Years Transforming Music Licensing for Businesses in Aotearoa

Music has always played an essential role in businesses across Aotearoa New Zealand. From providing ambience in restaurants to engaging customers in retail stores and getting us moving and exercising, music creates an atmosphere that enhances the overall customer experience.

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Elevating the Ambiance: How Music Sets the Tone at Kohi Beach Eatery

Situated along the scenic shores of Kohimarama Beach in Auckland, Kohi Beach Eatery is the charming establishment that takes pride in offering a relaxed dining experience to its sea-side patrons. From its locally sourced menu to its picturesque location, this all-day eatery holds a special place in the of locals and visitors alike.

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Shine On: Helping Find Inspiration and Self-Expression Through Music and Fashion

Homegrown NZ-owned fashion retailer Shine On has been providing fashion-forward clothing to Kiwi women since 2007. What started as an online-only Trade Me store based in West Auckland has now grown to include three physical stores across Auckland and one in Christchurch with over 120 staff - making Shine On a well known and loved clothing store here in New Zealand.

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