The company I work for would like to start creating some playlists to share with people round the business, focussing on different themes like mental wellbeing, stress management or perhaps playlists that we can open up for people to contruibute to. I know spotify have a separate plan for commercial use (i.e. playing the music in shops or around the office), but these playlists would be for the individual to listen to as and when they want. We'd have one person responsible for the account, but the T&Cs say it is for personal use, and techincally this isn't just for personal use as the playlists are intended to share with others, and of course a link to the account would be posted on our company intranet so they could follow the playlists. I'm not really sure where we stand in terms of licensing. If it's okay to create an account where the username will be our comany name, just as a way to share playlists with staff then that would be ideal, but I'm not sure where the commercial/non-commercial line is. If that's not possible, what are our options?
Thanks in advance!
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Hey @katgrrrr thanks for reaching out to the Community,
You can totally create a new account!
Also you can make a playlist collaborative and/or public. Making it collaborative, will allow other people you give access to, to change/update the playlist. Making it public will allow your employees to listen to the playlist. You can also try to get the spotify barcode (which each playlist has) that way your employees can go up to the barcode and scan it, bringing them directly to the playlist.
I hope this great idea goes well,