Dec 06, 6:01 AM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Technology By Evan Niu 12/06/18 AT 5:31 AM Amid Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) ongoing services push, every opportunity for incremental growth is worth pursuing. Apple Music is among the most important pillars of the company’s services strategy, and the Mac maker now has 56 million subscribers (including free trials), according to a recent report from the Financial Times. But those are all consumers using the service for personal use.This article originally appeared in the Motley Fool.Apple wants to bring Apple Music to businesses next.A natural evolution of Apple MusicMusic Business Worldwide reports that Apple has now filed a trademark for Apple Music for Business in the U.S. as well as in a couple international markets. While music streaming doesn’t typically come to mind when thinking about enterprise subscription services, we’re talking about companies looking to legally license background music to play in retail locations like coffee shops or other public spaces. Personal subscriptions for music-streaming services do not cover commercial use.There aren’t a whole lot of details quite yet about what Apple Music for Business will look like in terms of features or pricing, but dominant paid music-streaming service Spotify (NYSE:SPOT)has offered a similar plan for years, underscoring precisely why… Read full this story
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