Ian Hierons

Maywood, California, US

Media & Technology Innovator
Ian's Skills
Business Development
User Experience
Product Management

Startup Experience

Founded 2+ startups

Age Group


About Ian

In 2009 I co-founded Score Revolution a technology driven music-licensing platform. Being at the intersection of music and technology has given me a deep understanding of the rapidly evolving media landscape. I am a passionate advocate of entrepreneurs and currently aid early stage companies in the media-tech sector with innovation, business development and financing strategies.

I have a proven expertise in recognizing how technologies and companies can be combined to create new business opportunities and applications. As an inventor I was recently granted a patent for a new media search technology that is used to more effectively discover music in large catalogs.


"We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them". - Albert Einstein

Work Experience

Founder & CEO

Source Code

May 2016 - December 2016

Source Code is developing a new collaborative methodology for investors, mentors, and innovators. This network initiative will support and finance new/early stage companies in the media-tech sector and will be launched in mid 2017.

Co-Founder & CEO

Score Revolution

August 2009 - August 2014

Score Revolution is a technology driven music licensing platform representing film music assets from for exploitation in the global music-licensing sector. We created innovative new music search technologies and launched a platform marketing film music from film studios, mini-majors, leading independents, major music publishers, and world-renowned composers. My responsibilities included initiating the core business concept and joint responsibility for strategic planning and business/technology development. Co-authoring business plans & financial projections. Creating investor materials and presentations. Liaising with strategic advisors & legal teams to secure multiple investment rounds. Overseeing catalog acquisition with rights holders ranging from individual composers to multi-national film studios and major music publishers.