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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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Shop Unique, Listen Local: The GiftBox Co. Experience

Established in December 2021, GiftBox Co. is the Auckland-based boutique business that has become a go-to for customers looking for unique gift options. It offers a range of curated gift boxes and individual products from local businesses across New Zealand – making gift-giving a breeze.

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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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Creating the Perfect Home Vibe: A&C Homestore’s Music Sets the Mood for Shopping Success.

Family-run, A&C Homestore is all about creating stylish and functional living spaces, offering everything needed to make your home feel like a place that's uniquely yours, and they’ve got the in-store tunes to match the mood.

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OneMusic releases new licence explainer video

Music licensing can be complicated, but with OneMusic getting the permission you need to play music in your business is simple. In our new video we explain why we exist and why it is important for each business in Aotearoa to have a licence for the music they play.

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Woof! making noise in Dunedin

Josh Thomas and Dudley Benson’s cocktail lounge Woof! is home Dunedin’s colourful community. Picking up OneMusic’s Outstanding Ambience & Design award at the Otago Hospitality Awards last year, the pair also went on to pick up five awards including supreme establishment as well as accolades for their staff.

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OneMusic’s response to Auckland Councils proposed Annual Budget 2023/2024

Auckland Council has announced a forecast budget shortfall of $295 million for the financial year 2023/2024. The proposed cost-cutting initiatives contradict Auckland Council’s responsibility to the arts and cultural development of Tāmaki Makaurau.

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