We get to work with some incredible people and have cultivated a large network through years of experience. We're proud to call the companies below our allies and friends. 

The MMF – Music Manager’s Forum UK – themmf.net

We are the world’s largest professional community of music managers. Since its inception in 1992, the MMF has worked hard to educate, inform and represent UK managers as well as offering a network through which managers can share experiences, opportunities and information. Our membership stands at over 900 managers based in the UK with global businesses and a wider network of over 2700 managers in the USA.

Our core purpose is to:

  • Educate: We support managers’ continuous professional development within an evolving music industry.

  • Innovate: We create and highlight opportunities to develop and grow artist businesses.

  • Advocate: We provide a collective voice and leadership to affect change for a transparent and fairer music industry for artists and their fans.


The MMF engages, advises and lobbies industry associates and wider industry on issues that are relevant to managers. We continue to recruit members and grow our network so we are truly representative of the wider management community

The FAC – the Featured Artists Coalition – thefac.org

The Featured Artists Coalition (FAC) is the UK trade body representing the specific rights and interests of music artists. We are a not-for-profit organisation, serving a diverse, global membership of creators at all stages of their careers. The FAC is formed by artists, for artists, and we place this ethos at the centre of all we do. We are an inclusive community that advocates, educates, collaborates and researches on behalf of artists, coming together to provide a strong, collective voice within the industry and to governments domestically and abroad. 

Association Of Independent Music - ukmusic.org

AIM is a trade body established in 1999 to provide a collective voice for the UK's independent music industry. AIM represents over 800 member companies, from the largest and most respected labels in the World, to small start-ups and individual artists releasing their own music for the first time. AIM promotes this exciting and diverse sector globally and provides a range of services to members, enabling member companies to grow, grasp new opportunities and break into new markets.


AIM's 800+ members span every musical genre and every corner of the UK. They are a vibrant, entrepreneurial and diverse bunch who have one thing in common: the music comes first.


AIM organises the annual AIM Independent Music Awards, celebrating the phenomenal music released by the sector.  More details on the AIM Awards at www.musicindie.com/awards

Music And You - musicandyou.co.uk

Music and You is a mental health and wellness company, founded in 2017, working with artists, industry professionals and companies, as well as the wider music community and beyond, to support and improve the mental health and well-being of individuals, support and enhance existing mental health and wellness programmes within companies, and support and strengthen the mental health and well-being of the wider music community and society.

Through our collective of trained and certified coaches, therapists, counselors and wellness professionals, we provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals, teams, and companies to work with Music and You, helping to build mental agility and resilience to improve long term mental health and well-being.

Help Musicians UK - helpmusicians.org.uk

Help Musicians is an independent UK charity for professional musicians of all genres, from starting out through to retirement.We help at times of crisis, but also at times of opportunity, giving people the extra support they need at a crucial stage that could make or break their career. For almost 100 years, Help Musicians has been providing help, support and opportunities to empower musicians at all stages of their lives.


We’re an independent charity which aims to make a meaningful difference to the lives of musicians, offering a wide spectrum of support which includes: Health & Welfare servicesCreative development funding, ground-breaking research, a mental health helpline for the entire music industry and an incredibly popular hearing health scheme which aims to prevent hearing problems that would otherwise bring musicians’ careers to an untimely end. We're passionate about creating a world where musicians thrive.

Music Support - musicsupport.org

Music Support has been operating as a charity since April 2016, and as a registered charity since November 2016. Music Support exists because of the experiences of our founders and trustees. Our founders are veterans of the music industry and are all in recovery themselves, from various mental health and addiction issues. They all suffered alone with their problems, and saw countless colleagues, friends and heroes lose their careers, families and even their lives to poor mental health and/or addiction. They decided that enough was enough: a personal and confidential support service provider that understood the specific needs and problems of the music industry was necessary.


The music industry is one of the greatest, most creative and fun industries that anybody can work in. Our aim is not to take the fun out of the industry, but to make sure that there is sufficient support open to anybody working in the industry who needs help once the fun stops.

Wrapped Up Music - wrappedupmusic.com

Wrapped Up Music was founded by Tim Ferrone in order to provide a contemporary ‘pay as you go’ record label model for the independent music sector. A London-based campaign management service available to domestic and overseas artists, managers and labels, Wrapped Up Music is the culmination of Tim’s nineteen years in the recorded music business, having worked for various major and independent labels, and in artist management. For those who like lists, Tim’s career has seen him work campaigns with artists as diverse as Guns N Roses, London Grammar, Above & Beyond, Jamie Hartman, Stevie Wonder and Tom Williams. 

He is proud to have written AIM’s brand new ‘Start-Up Guide to Music Business’ for the Association of Independent Music (the principle UK body for the indie music sector), in an effort to relay a contemporary approach to tackling the 21st century music business. The Guide can be downloaded here; https://independentmusic.typeform.com/to/cZqz6j