In recent years musical artists have found it tough to get noticed and it’s even harder now during a pandemic. Technology such as social media and Spotify can help but how do you use them to do this?
On this episode on Young leaders in tech, we have Luke Rynne Cullen, who is the founder of TuneRelease
Headed by entrepreneur and musician Luke Rynne Cullen, TuneRelease empowers musicians and helps keep Irish music alive through the pandemic.
Really candid discussion that covers everything from startups, to how musicians can improve how they pitch their music to media outlets.
It was fantastic for our founder Luke Rynne Cullen to appear on the What It's Like Podcast presented by Lucy Norris.
The Applaud team are delighted to have secured a place on the Google Adopt a Startup programme and cannot wait to explore everything related to setting KPIs, digital strategy and international expansion from those that have been on a similar journey.
It was great for Luke Rynne Cullen to pitch on behalf of Applaud at the National Startup Awards at McCann Fitzgerald's offices.
As a freelance violinist and former auditor of the storied Trinity Orchestra, Luke Rynne Cullen had difficulty finding gigs.
Luke Rynne Cullen was facing an awkward situation. He and a group of other musicians had just wrapped up playing at a wedding and were handed the envelope with their cash payment for the gig. However shortly afterwards the violinist realised that the money was €200 short of the agreed fee.
Using the platform, musicians can set up customisable profiles that can be used as an affordable, low maintenance alternative to setting up individual websites. Musicians can also link their social media pages to their profile and display their audio and video content from SoundCloud, Spotify and YouTube.
Applaud.live, the Irish online live-music booking enterprise that empowers musicians to make a living from performing.
A new online gig booking platform for musicians and venues has launched in Dublin.
Fingal Local Enterprise Office (LEO) has announced that a total of 175 jobs have been planned over the coming years following the approval for financial support for a number of small businesses and start-up businesses in the county.
It was fantastic for Applaud to be awarded the Feasibility Grant covering 50% of the company's expenditure on development.
It was fantastic for the team to secure a place on the HubSpot Elevate Growth Accelerator programme and avail of the amazing seminars held be leaders of product design, digital marketing and customer experience.
Applaud’s mission is to help musicians make a living from performing through its technology solutions.
Soon to launch our automated website with an end to end bookings management system, Applaud currently provides access to an exhaustive directory of musicians, a secure payments solution and customisable profiles.
Applaud is delighted to have secured a place on both Phase 1 and 2 of the programme in TU Dublin's Hothouse and receive fantastic mentorship from their staff and mentors.
The Applaud team were really delighted to secure a place on the Startup Boost Pre-Accelerator Dublin Programme in association with Techstars.
Ten teams are taking part in the summer accelerator programme.
Ten teams of student entrepreneurs teams have started Trinity’s accelerator programme Launchbox, Ireland’s most successful student accelerator programme. They are now seeking investment to grow.
Last Friday, ten student entrepreneur teams commence Trinity’s highly successful accelerator programme: Launchbox, Ireland’s first and most successful student accelerator programme
This startup provides its customers with a network of quality musicians enabling one to source a suitable performer for one’s event, whether it be a corporate function or a wedding.
It was great for our Founder Luke Rynne Cullen to secure first place in the Blackstone LaunchPad Sprints competition. The programme covered the areas of design thinking, market research, marketing, business modeling, startup law and pitching seminars.