Royalty Free Music Library Hiring Country Agents Worldwide

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Global Music licensing platform, a business unit of TMC Publishing has announced job openings for country agents in all countries.

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Stock Music Library in now hiring country agents in all countries. Country agents are responsible for company branding and sales. as a major player in the global royalty free music industry is now expanding its activities offline. After a successful online performance people is the next crucial factor for global expansion.

With a fully automated agent monitoring system and use of unique codes for sales performance, is recruiting passionate people in order to achieve goals.

High performance payments will be a strong incentive for agents to go after targets and develop a significant career in the profitable micro stock audio industry.

Agents will be responsible for local market research, contacts with local businesses and sales to these organizations. Services that will be marketed are:

  •     Individual Tracks Licenses
  •     Blanket Licenses

Each agent is provided with extra tools to reach potential clients and provide several offerings that can not be found on website, making the general offer even more attractive. strongly believes that people make the difference and with a competitive service to promote such as music licensing system, targets will be accomplished.

Royalty free music presented by is suitable for major production music user such as

  •     Production companies
  •     TV Radio stations
  •     Video game producers
  •     Webdesigners

and also for more niche production music users such as

  •     Podcasters
  •     You Tube video uploaders
  •     Photographers
  •     Power point presentation creators.

This specific marker structure is broadening significantly geographic areas where agents can be active.

For more info regarding joining agents team please visit:
Stock Music Library Careers.

TMC Publishing


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