Six degrees portraits, Martin Hasselbring

Six degrees of seperation  refers to the idea that everybody in the world is only six connections away from everyone else. Fast Media Magazine is exploring this idea for the media licensing industry through a series of short portraits of those working in and around the industry.

What’s your name?

Martin Hasselbring

Where do you work?

Jimmy Turner Ltd

What does the company do? 

Music consultancy

What is your job?


What do you consider your greatest professional achievement?

Starting my own company

What is the most important thing you’ve accomplished in your career?

Being asked to re-locate for European operations for another job back in 2000; if it wasn’t for that I wouldn’t be doing what I’m doing now. 

Who do you look up to professionally?

My father…best business man ever.

What is the biggest threat to your business?

People thinking music is free.

If you weren’t doing what you’re doing now, what would it be?

Running a burrito shop.

What do you wish you had invented?

Those little discs you put into wine bottles to stop them from dribbling

Marco | Editor

Editor at large and founder of a bunch of stockphoto businesses

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