138 dance schools support Rural Aid. Thanks Michelle, Julie, Nicole and Jennifer.

OneMusic launched with an offer to existing music licence clients if they got their licence application in ‘on time’ they would kick the tin for Rural Aid’s Gift of Music program.

To make this happen online quickly and easily the OneMusic website needed to be able to process the wide variety of dance school music – both syllabus and non-syllabus music.

Did that happen? 96 per cent of those signing up for a new licence online did so without needing to use Live Chat. Four out of five online clients signed up without making a single phone call to the dedicated 1300 number.

Around 1,328 dance schools have signed up online so far, that’s 8 in 10 choosing an online sign up over a paper sign up. There are about 1,675 dance schools in total that have been re-licensed under OneMusic (from the previous APRA AMCOS and PPCA licensing system).

To the really great women: Michelle, Julie, Nicole, Jennifer, Sarah and Melanie - the five most common first names in OneMusic’s dance school data base (Sarah and Melanie were equal 5th) – thanks for being so efficient.

Let’s face it - we all need a nudge to get admin done and the results are good. So far, these 138 dance schools have made sure donations flow through to Rural Aid just by jumping online and relicensing sooner rather than later.

While some regions have experienced a drenching in February, there are millions of rural communities still in drought and relying on Rural Aid’s help, so the simple act of signing up for a music licence on time is an effortless way to help out.

If you haven’t heard from OneMusic yet, you will. Letters and emails are sent well ahead of when you old APRA AMCOS or PPCA licence falls due. If you have any questions before that call 1300 162 162 or email hello@onemusic.com.au.

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