The world is our office – Remote working at BMAT

We’ve spent more than a decade purposefully recruiting the most innovative, talented and quirky people on this planet. Telling them to stay at one desk and do what they’re told would therefore be counterproductive, and rid them of most of their value. So we don’t do that. When we’re happier, our creative juices flow more…

The Women of BMAT

BMAT women make the BMAT world go round. According to a selection of major tech companies’ 2018 diversity reports, women made up between 26% and 43% of employees, with a much lower percentage of women in actual tech roles. Living between both the music and tech worlds, BMAT is working on changing the tune of…

Our Colours Are a Soundtrack

BMAT Music Innovators revolves around music. She’s the reason for our existence. Now, she’s also the reason behind our brand colours. Our web, our catalogues, our blog and our newsletter, they all shine at certain light frequencies, the colours of BMAT. In our first How we built our brand we explained the story behind our logo,…

A Tribe Called BMAT

Are You Experienced? Stassy is experienced at BMAT. She’s been working with us for longer than what Rudolf Steiner calls a cycle of life, which means she masters all our folklore. Here she explains some. It’s been more than 7 years now that I’ve been part of BMAT. After your initial rite, you are not…

How We Built Our Brand – Part 1: Our Logo is a Gig

Everyone, everything, every brand, has its own personality. Personality builds on values and beliefs and maps out through everything you do, everything you say and everything you show. BMAT was founded on the strong belief that our technology and passion as innovators could help artists get the recognition they deserve. This is the story of…

Hello Blog

The first ever BMAT Music Innovators blog post. We have finally decided to start our own blog. We are turning 12 years old at the end of 2017 and we consider this the right moment to get ready for our teenage years. We have been introverted for long enough. Look, here’s proof: This was 2…