Punch Records – A Cultural Enterprise Case Study

A mainstay of the Birmingham music scene, Punch Records began life as record store, before diversifying its business in new directions.

In the first of a number of video case studies on Birmingham’s creative industries for the Cultural Enterprise Blog, Ammo reveals his experiences, mistakes and achievements running an independent record store and label:

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Dave Allen

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I manage the social media and online presence for Birmingham City University's Faculty of Performance, Media and English, and provide one-to-one social media consultancy for the Faculty's staff.

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2 thoughts on “Punch Records – A Cultural Enterprise Case Study

  1. well, it seems that experimenting brought punch records to become experts in the field of mixing music. Experimenting also appears to the way that the organisation operates! The structure of the organisation has been changed for about 3-4 times. To conclude with the last statement of a cup of tea, I couldn’t agree more! Having a cup of tea in the end you never know what will come next!

  2. this is interesting the way the company has evolved as it is open to exploring new areas. the core it clearly defined but doesn’t restrict the expansion and learning of the company even for such a small number of staff. the cup of tea IS very British, I must add but works wonders in breaking the ice and creating new networks, friends or even job prospects

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