of people who like hearing music in the high street stores believe it helps create a good atmosphere within them
Re-enforce brand identity
of staff who work in stores without music think that retail stores that play music tend to be more modern and appealing places to shop
of staff who work in stores with music would prefer to listen to music by recognisable performers rather than sound-alikes.
of managers/business owners agreed that playing music for customers/clients says something about their brand and ‘who they are’ as a business
Influence customer purchasing decisions
of decision-makers at offices and factories believe that they can positively influence the behaviour of employees through playing music
Create an enjoyable, welcoming ambience
of small retailers recommend that other retailers should play music to improve productivity and staff morale
Do I need a license to play background music?
07/10/2016 by dimasoft
Yes, you need your own site license from the music licensing bodies, PPL and PRS to play copyright music in public areas in any outlet. The cost of the license is based on the size of the area used by the public, where the music is reached.
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