Believe India appoints Pitchfork Partners as strategic communication counsel
Believe, one of the world’s leading digital music companies, has appointed Pitchfork Partners Strategic Consultancy LLP as its communication counsel to manage its brand strategies in India.
Pitchfork will work closely with Believe India to strengthen its brand awareness and engagement for its services across Artist Services, Label and Artist Solutions, TuneCore, and Ishtar with relevant stakeholders across the country. It will also drive and support Believe’s mission to develop independent artists and labels with their unique offerings and solutions, at each stage of their career and development, with respect, fairness, and transparency.
Since entering the market in 2013, Believe India has become one of the leading players of the Indian music market through organic growth and acquisitions. Believe acquired Venus in 2019 (renamed Ishtar in 2021) and recently acquired a majority stake in Think Music, a leading South Indian -based music label to strengthen its position in the region. The Group now operates the full range of solutions from TuneCore to Artist Services to develop local independent artists in one of the world’s fastest growing recorded music markets.
Pitchfork Partners is a consulting organisation working to strengthen the reputation of its clients. They consider themselves as a reputation warrior, helping scale leading music companies by providing tailored solutions for the artists, labels, with the help of marketing and communication veterans. This collaboration will be beneficial since Pitchfork Partners are experts in the entertainment and music space and will only help Believe reach out to the targeted audience.
Vivek Raina, Managing Director - Believe India, said: “We are excited with our association with Pitchfork Partners. Their experience and understanding of the industry align with Believe’s objectives and will help us reach emerging independent artists and labels in the digital world. We are focused on building a community in which independent artists and labels will get a platform and partnership to build their fanbase and enhance their revenues in the digital world.”
Jaideep Shergill, Co-Founder, Pitchfork Partners, said: “We are delighted to work with Believe India, given its leadership position in this competitive industry. It’s a great opportunity for us to drive their messaging across audiences in the country. We look forward to reaching new heights with Believe.”