Things can get complicated when it comes to your in-store music; what songs best represent your brand? What licenses do you need? How do you filter for explicit content? Why do these question marks look so funny?
Our process will make these questions simple for you. We will ask the right questions to find the best music for your business. We will take you through the licensing process to educate you about the differences between PPCA , APRA, and Fareplay (our PPCA Free Music). When the music is playing in store you can be assured that the content has been filtered to your standards. Finally, you won't have to worry about hearing the same song over and over, because we will update your playlists monthly to keep things fresh.
We have a wide variety of customers and their businesses are in every shape and size imaginable. We work to educate our customers about the process and be as transparent as possible. Our customers reward us by saying nice things about us to share with you.
“SBA is not just our music supplier. Their capacity to work with us to deliver an in-store music strategy that went above and beyond our initial requirements means we now view them as an integral part of our team.”
Paul Montalto, National Communications & Promotions Manager, Target Australia (300+ stores/Music/Custom Messaging/Video)
“SBA worked with us to put in place a music strategy that was uniform, yet was still flexible enough to cater to our individual store set ups. Having the right music in place has definitely meant that our customers enjoy walking into and staying in our stores. Furthermore, SBA is committed to working with us and supporting our on-going requirements.”
Phil Ryan, State Retail Manager, Pumpkin Patch (200 stores/Music/Custom Messaging)
“Our no. 1 priority was to implement a music strategy that reinforced our brand and created an atmosphere that was distinct to Gloria Jean's. SBA’s on-going commitment to this process has been outstanding. In addition, they've worked with us on a number of initiatives that have continued to add value & develop our brand.”
Elizabeth West, Group Marketing Manager, Gloria Jeans. (200 stores/Music)