We stand up for music rights

STIM makes sure that money from those who use music in their business, goes to the music creators.

How does STIM work?

For example, when a radio station plays music they report what has been played to us. So do bands, artists and orchestras performing live music. A business or organisation that wants to play music in public in its activities, signs a contract with STIM so that music creators and music publishers get paid for their work. How much the music user pays is based on how much music is used and what size and type of business they have. Background music in a hair salon is cheaper than music played at a concert.

Working at STIM

We are looking for curious people that are triggered by progress and changes.

Come work with us!

Visit STIM's career page at Teamtailor and read about our current vacancies. We also recommend you to connect with us on Facebook, Linkedin or via e-mail to be notified as soon as new jobs are available.

Press releases

For press releases, videos and other important issues, visit our press room.

Press contact

Erik Torstensson
08-783 95 65