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of customers are more likely to recommend a store that plays music
Music can motivate your staff, boost morale and make them less likely to call in sick - 65% of businesses say that music in the workplace makes us more productive.
Achieving sales targets could be as simple as turning on music - 1 in 5 say they would lose business if they didn't play music.
With improved motivation often comes greater branding - an overwhelming 73% of warehouse workers said they are
more productive when good background
music is being played.
As the trend for online shopping continues to rise, research conducted by music licensing company PPL into the holiday retail sector has revealed how retailers could boost their bottom line by playing music and enhancing their in-store customer experience.
A resounding 97% of staff surveyed recommended that all retail stores play in-store music and 99% agreed that in general, retail stores that play music tend to be modern and appealing places to shop, providing brands with a real advantage in a competitive marketplace.
The top 20 tracks most played in public since the year 2000 by music artists from the West Midlands have today been revealed for the first time in an exclusive new chart by PPL, the company responsible for the licencing of recorded music played on radio, television and in public places across the UK.
Gabrielle Aplin’s rendition of ‘The Power of Love’ features at number one ahead of The Pogues’ ‘Fairytale of New York’.