Answers to some of our most frequently asked questions:
Where can I find more information about the services offered?
If you've already had a look at our section on services and would like to learn more, then we urge you to write to us on email@example.com with your inquiry in the subject line. We will be happy to respond to your query with the information you need, including timelines and estimates.
Where are you based out of?
Like many of our clients, we support remote working and to staying location independent. A lot of our client-interaction is digital, making it both flexible and cost-effective, for us to meet your requirements while safely social-distancing. Having said that we are based out of Hyderabad and Bangalore (India), and can always be reached for a meeting subject to convenience and safety.
Can I follow you on social media?
Yes! We are on Facebook and Twitter, but we recommend you following us on Instagram to really stay updated on our activities, as well as an ever-growing community of supportive creative professionals and artists.
Are there career and internship opportunities?
Do email firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your resume, and your reasons for wanting to work with us. Please make sure you mention the word, CAREER in the email subject line. We encourage remote working and interning. We are currently at capacity and are not actively hiring, however we do welcome your interest so that we have your resume on record. We will be sure to come back to you, if we are able to have you join us.
What is the blog? How can I contribute?
The blog includes original and bite-sized updates, tips and information that we believe are important to us all in the creative economy. We are currently accepting submissions and request you to send us your pitch to email@example.com with the subject line SUBMISSION. Contributing writers will be duly credited for their work, however please note that we are currently unable to compensate Contributing writers. Please be mindful of this before you share your submissions with us.
What is the Creative Spark?
The Creative Spark is a newsletter written and curated by our founder, Manojna. The Creative Spark shares information and resources relevant to the creative economy, in the hope of encouraging and facilitating dialogue.
Can we invite you for workshops or speaking engagements?
Our founder, Manojna would be happy to learn more about any workshops and panel discussions that centre around the creative economy, artist rights, copyright, music business and art law. Please do email us with your proposal.
Would you be available for interviews and podcasts?
If you would like to feature the work of Artistik License in a publication or over a podcast, please do reach out to us. Our founder, Manojna would be happy to share her experience and expertise.
Do you still update the Artistik License Magazine?
Artistik License started as a blog back in 2013, and evolved into the Artistik License Magazine. While the Magazine is actively accessible, we no longer update it. If you would like to feature the content from the Magazine, you will require our permission and we would love for you to get in touch with us. Furthermore, there may be a different publication in the future – we remain open to the idea.
Are you interested in exploring
partnerships and collabs?
Yes, we are and you can always write to us to have a bigger discussion about what you have in mind.