Dublin Studio Hub Partners With Flexi-Fi To Offer Financing Options For Musicians

Dublin Studio Hub (DSH) has just announced a partnership with Flexi-Fi consumer finance providers, to allow musicians easy access to credit options to fund music, recording, and production projects, anything from a single track to full album production.

Traditionally, finance approval for musicians and songwriters in Ireland has been at best difficult if not impossible. Larry Hogan from DSH explains, “during the downturn banks walked away from financing musicians and recording projects, even the credit unions have tightened up and the ‘album loan’ has become a thing of the past. We’ve been working on a simple solution for project financing for some time. Now, financing your next recording or video project just got easier with these new range of finance packages available through the Hub (DSH).”

Larry continues, “what we like about Flexi-Fi finance is that you can complete the entire application process via your smartphone or mobile device — and it typically takes as little as seven minutes. It’s very easy to do.”

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and be either an Irish citizen or a permanent resident of Ireland with a minimum taxable income of €21,000 per year. Once approved, applicants simply provide their mobile number in the studio to pay using their Flexi-Fi approval which can be anything up to €15,000. It is then up to the artist how they decide to spend the amount of finance which has been approved. It can be used for recording, mixing, mastering, session musicians, songwriting services, video production, basically all studio and production services.

Dublin Studio Hub is the first recording company in Ireland to offer this type of financing to musicians.

Visit http://www.dublinstudiohub.com/flexifi/ for further details.

 

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