[Subscription] Spotify for Company Employees

Our Company would like to request a "Spotify for Company Employees" subscription option.

 

More and more of our employees use Spotify at work to listen to songs at their workstation during their workday.

 

As supporters of this, our Company wants to easily be able to order and pay for Premium subscriptions in bulk, at an agreed upon Corporate rate, so as to easily offer a Premium Spotify account as a benefit/perk to all of our Company's employees.

 

Spotify for Company Employees would work like Spotify for Families does - just with a large number of family members.

 

A single admin or "parent" account (owned by the Company) would control a section within their Account profile that easily allows employees to be added to the list (as new employees join the Company) or removed from the list (when employees move on from our Company to another opportunity).

 

We believe that listening to music at work is very beneficial for our employees, and improves and promotes a positive company culture.

 

We sincerely hope this subscription option becomes available in the near future and eagerly await any updates on this matter.

Updated on 2018-10-17

Marked as new idea, which is a repost of this inactive idea.

Comments
gappap
Casual Listener

Thanks @TomasPopov for the positive feedback and support!

 

I completely agree with you that what interests our organization most is not a discount but an easy and intutive system that can be easily managed and updated by an "admin"/"owner" account. As an admin user, we want to be able to easily add the email addresses/accounts of new hires/remove accounts of employees who move on to other opportunities; from a list of "inside the family" accounts: and then receive a single monthly invoice that our Company covers directly without the fidly and ineffective workaround of multiple family account or handing out gift cards every month [Note: Spotify giftcards aren't even available in our region at the time of writing...]

 

It would be great to hear from Spotify on this topc, at least an acknowledgement of the viability of such a feature.

 

Upvotes are ticking in at a decent rate, more users are agreeing that this model would be a great fit for their Organization's culture... It would be nice to at least receive an indication of the plausability of this being implemented...

moybo
Visitor

I would like to upgrade this from "idea" to "proven business need". We provide digital services and experiences for physical spots like homes, offices, hotels and short-term apartment rentals. Our clients (just like the real businesses on this thread) are actively requesting us to find a way to manage delivery of Spotify content to connected speakers in these environments. 

 

In 2019, there are most definitely technically feasible ways to handle licensing and fraud issues. Additionally, there will be ways to motivate "enterprise" users to adopt the service for personal use outside the environments.

 

Sign us (and with us, our clients and their clients) up! 

RabbleRowzer
Visitor

Any movement on this Spotify? I work in Benefits/Compensation and would love to pitch this as a company perk.

alololo
Newbie

I was considering the idea during the week and very happy happy to see there are more people thinking the same!

 

There has to be easy way for companies to offer this as a benefit!

Sarmela
Newbie

@gappap  

 

Great idea,man.Spotify should consider offering this to company employees!!!!

 

Sarmela was here 

In metal,we trust  \m/

gappap
Casual Listener

Thanks @moybo , @RabbleRowzer , @alololo@Sarmela for the support!

 

Despite the amount of time that has passed since we started this thread, our Company continues to grow, and continues to want to offer this benefit to our Employees. It's exciting to see more people and Companies that would be willing to gift unlimited music to their teams!

 

We're hoping that Spotify can see how this feature could really help expand the concept of music, for all - it would be great to hear what the development side thinks of this idea. :)