CEO Secrets: ‘In my business, you eat what you kill’

He met music executive Tim Blacksmith, who explained the publishing business model. “It’s funny, before that, I thought of a white guy with long hair busking as a songwriter,” remembers Bleau. It hadn’t occurred to him that black artists he knew like Wiley or Tinchy Stryder could be considered as songwriters, as well as performers – and make money this way.”

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