Paris-based music data start-up Soundcharts – which aggregates social, chart, playlist and radio data for labels, publishers, managers and live industry clients – has completed a $3.1 million funding round. The new financing has been led by Alven Capital, with Kima Ventures and Global Founders Capital also putting some cash on the table.
Says the firm's founder, former Universal Music exec David Weiszfeld: "Soundcharts processes, analyses and archives a mass of information in real-time and gives meaning to this data thanks to an intuitive personalised dashboard and automated reports. What is magical about Soundcharts is that we help artists, managers, product managers, digital marketers, sales team, radio programmers, playlists curators and brands, as well as with the A&R discovery process".
Posted on: 14/09/2017Categories: News from CMU Online