PRLog - March 5, 2014 - SEOUL, South Korea -- Wantreez Music, Inc. will join the "Geeks from Gangnam" delegation of Korean start-ups at SXSW 2014 next week to showcase RhymeDuck (http://rhymeduck.com/)
Branded stores such as grocery chains, restaurants and coffee shops understand that background music plays an important role in determining customers' purchase decisions and shopping behavior. RhymeDuck customizes music selections to suit each store environment, offering free and Creative Commons Licensed music to eliminate the risk of licensing violations and the cost of music royalties, without sacrificing quality.
RhymeDuck offers a variety of musical genres, seasonal music, professional DJs and promotional segments in pre-recorded sessions for simple push-button play operation. Their service includes consulting with brands to ensure their music selections target their specific customers, helping stores create the right atmosphere for their business. Their easy-to-use software works in a variety of playback environments, providing music that streams through the day without interruption.
The Wantreez development team estimates that major supermarkets such as HEB and Wal-Mart can raise revenue equivalent to 10 times the cost of broadcasting by utilizing radio advertisement provided by RhymeDuck. Wantreez Music, Inc. was launced in 2011, and provides music solutions to companies such as Lotte Market, Seowon Logistics, Coffeebean Korea and Outback Steak House.
About Geeks from Gangnam:
"Geeks from Gangnam" is a group of 10 start-ups from Korea participating in the SXSW 2104 Trade Show and Interactive Festival. They are sponsored by the Banks Foundation for Young Entrepreneurs (http://dcamp.kr/