Aubry will focus on expanding the global digital rights management platform's client roster of labels, publishers and businesses, in addition to independent songwriters.
Songtrust, Downtown Music Publishing’s global digital rights management platform, is opening a new office in Amsterdam and hiring Mandy Aubry as director of global business development and client relations, leading the company’s expansion in Europe.
Since launching in 2011, Songtrust's global collection offering has grown to manage over 1 million song copyrights composed by over 100,000 unique songwriter clients, more than any other copyright administrator in the world. Today, the Songtrust platform enables royalty collection from over 100 countries, through direct deals with over 40 national and international collection societies as well as with the likes of Amazon, Apple Music, Pandora, Spotify and YouTube in the U.S.
Aubry will focus on expanding Songtrust’s global client roster of labels, publishers, and businesses, in addition to independent songwriters. Previously, Aubry spent a decade at Dutch rights management company, Fintage House, until its music division was sold to Kobalt Music last year. During her time at Fintage, Aubry was responsible for managing and developing the company's international music publishing roster -- spanning film and TV production companies like Vanacore Music and Alcon Sleeping Giant, publishing companies such as Nettwerk Music Publishing and Big Yellow Dog and independent singer-songwriters like Tori Amos and Jason Mraz.