Kim Frankiewicz began her career in music management in her native Australia where she worked with INXS, The Models and Jenny Morris at MMA Management. Joining in 1984, within a few years she had been promoted to Managing Director of their publishing division MMA Music Publishing, representing both Australian artists as well as sub publishing major indies including Tommy Boy Music, Momentum Music and Complete Music. Simultaneously in 1994, she also held the role of Managing Director at RooArt Records, a successful independent label out of Sydney. In 1997, Kim moved to New York where she took up the position of VP of International at Universal Music Publishing. Transferring to the London office in 2000, in 2012 she joined Imagem as MD for Imagem Music UK, signing and resigning artists and writers including Daft Punk, Kaiser Chiefs, Mark Ronson, Cathy Dennis, as well as being instrumental in administration deals such as with Pink Floyd Music Publishing. In addition to her domestic role, Kim also oversees A&R on a global basis for the company.