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Follow the money | The Sixteen

Realising the group had plenty of returns on investment which it could offer ‒ from free tickets to a 5-10% return on large investments ‒ The Sixteen turned to its well-off fans for funding

- 8 January 2013

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Realising the group had plenty of returns on investment which it could offer ‒ from free tickets to a 5-10% return on large investments ‒ The Sixteen turned to its well-off fans for funding, in a scheme involving postgraduate MBA students at Cambridge's Judge Business School.

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One Response to “Follow the money | The Sixteen”

  1. Rachel Creaser says:

    It’s a shame that the music industry climate has reached such a stage where musicians and ensembles might as well qualify in finance rather than music!

    Let’s hope ideas and schemes such as this one manage to see talented musicians through the tough economic period.

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