Former A2IM Head of Label Relations Patrick Ferrell has been appointed Head of Business Development at New York-based AudioSalad.
AudioSalad, a metadata management, delivery and distribution platform works with record labels, distributors and artists such as 300 Entertainment, Mad Decent, Daptone Records, ATO Records and more.
Ferrell has a decade of experience in the music business and prior to A2IM held roles at Capitol Music Group, Spirit Music Group, and independently managed a roster of artists. For the last four years, he oversaw A2IM’s Label Member department and directly contributed to a 60% increase in membership, bringing over 200 independent labels into the organization.
“IT’S SUCH AN EXCITING TIME IN OUR INDUSTRY AND I LOOK FORWARD TO PLAYING A PART IN GROWING AUDIOSALAD’S BUSINESS BY OFFERING INNOVATIVE DIGITAL SOLUTIONS TO THE INDEPENDENT MUSIC COMMUNITY.”
Ferrell said: “I’m absolutely thrilled to join Iain and the incredible AudioSalad team. Having worked with AudioSalad through A2IM, I have witnessed their rise to become one of the most cutting-edge technology companies in the independent music sector. It’s such an exciting time in our industry and I look forward to playing a part in growing AudioSalad’s business by offering innovative digital solutions to the independent music community.”
AudioSalad CEO Iain Catling added: “We are delighted to welcome Patrick to the team. His deep industry knowledge and expertise will be invaluable to AudioSalad as we continue to provide first class solutions and services to our growing client base.”
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