Jo Dipple is contemplating her decision to leave UK Music and, at least for now, the UK music business. Her five years as chief executive, and nine years in total, at the umbrella trade body have seen the industry coping with constant upheaval as it fights its way out of a slump caused by piracy and digital transition.
Now, just as the good times are coming back, with the recorded music business back in growth, she’s on her way out ...
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