Today’s blog post is something a little bit different, however we’re sure you’re going to like it.
We’re excited to present our very first FastMail customer story video and begin with the New Palm Court Orchestra.
The New Palm Court Orchestra was formed in 2011 by Australian pianist/composer Gemma Turvey, bringing together some of Melbourne’s best jazz, classical and improvising musicians. (For the record, FastMail is also a proud sponsor of the NPCO).
To some an orchestra might not be an obvious choice for a FastMail customer, but as Gemma explains reliable email hosting is paramount to any small business, whether that’s an orchestra, café or design studio.
FastMail is now used by nearly 40,000 businesses around the globe – it’s something that makes us very proud and we truly appreciate the trust and responsibility we have in managing all of our customers’ email needs.
Over the coming year we’d like to share some more stories of how our customers are using FastMail, and just as importantly learn more about some of the types of businesses our customers have.
We’d like to thank Gemma for her time (and wonderful music!) and Ben Gurvich from Benzen Video Productions for helping us to put it all together.
You can find out more about the New Palm Court Orchestra, including details of their 2016 Concert Season, at www.npco.com.au.
And for those that are interested, the main musical track featured in the video is American Suite, Movement 1 – Arrival from the New Palm Court Orchestra’s most recent album ‘Between the Lines’ and is available for purchase in the NPCO shop.
So without further ado, here’s our very first customer story – we hope you enjoy it!
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