Our business role
- Helping our artist with major career decisions,
such as deciding which record company to sign
with, whether to make a publishing deal, how
much money to ask for, terms of contract, etc.
- Helping artist with the creative process,
such as selecting a producer, deciding which
songs to record, hiring band members, selecting
photographers, stylists, video makers etc.
- Helping the artist with funding agencies such
as New Zealand on Air, Music arts commission,
etc. As well as corporate sponsorship, proposals,
budgets and personal introductions to align
correct sponsors with artists, etc
- Education and developing the artist in areas
such as royalty collection agencies, APRA, AMCOS
and associated agencies around the globe. Governing
law and taxation advantages within New Zealand
and globally. Assistance in selecting accounting
companies, business mentors, setting up of companies
and business structures, etc.
- Promoting the artist's career by getting the
name out and speaking highly of the artist to
important contacts in the industry such as radio
stations, TV stations, and press as well as
other key people across the globe. Also assist
in coordinating a publicity campaign, etc.
- Assembling and heading the artists professional
team by introducing the artist to lawyers, business
managers and agents within New Zealand and internationally,
and overseeing these people's work, etc.
- Structuring and assembling business plans,
time frames and budgets for future forecasts
and development of artist’s career, etc.
- Coordinating the artists concert tours by
working with the artists agent to make the best
deals with promoters, planning which territories
are best to tour, working with your business
manager to develop and implement a budget, assembling
your road crew, supervising the road and tour
managers to make sure everything runs smoothly,
- Pounding the artist’s record company
to maximise the advertising and marketing campaigns
for the artist’s records, making sure
the artists records are treated as priorities,
rebuking them when they do wrong, praising them
when they do right, etc.
- Generally being the buffer between the artist
and the outside world, such as fielding inquiries
for commercial endorsements, personal appearances,
charitable requests (both for money and artists
smiling face), taking the rap for tough decisions
that the artists make but don't want anyone
to think they did, etc.
DO-IT mission statement
DO-IT Management Ltd will strive to enhance the
lives and careers of the artists we represent,
to be approachable and amicable in all business
dealings and to provide the best possible value
for money. Our goal is to build a lasting trust
and partnership with our artists.
We will connect our artists with record labels,
publishers, tour promoters, sponsors and marketing
opportunities to further their careers. In addition,
DO-IT Management Ltd. will seek to develop new
products for the mutual benefit of the company
and its artists. We are committed to the continuous
development of web/internet music sales and new
technology products that we can make available
to our artists.
Last but not least, we are committed to assisting
our artists to effortlessly export their music