UK Aims To Boost British Music In China PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 30 March 2017 07:20

A UK music industry trade mission to China is set to take place from 24th April - 1st May 2017, providing an open door for music businesses to explore business opportunities in the world's second largest economy. The Department for International Trade (DIT), in partnership with AIM (The Association of Independent Music) and BPI (British Phonographic Industry), is organising this music mission to China, which will take place in Beijing.

The music industry is growing in China, a country that is increasingly consuming international music and developing its association with the international music business.

The week-long mission will act as a catalyst for collaboration, exploration and expansion of the British music industry in China. It will include a programme of education, networking, B2B meetings, conferences, showcases, music company site visits and other music related activities.

Artists, managers, promoters, record labels, digital distribution companies, festival bookers/directors/organisers and promoters, covering all genres of music are being invited to participate and the mission organisers will be tailoring certain aspects of the program to suit all delegates

DIT's "Exporting is GREAT" campaign was launched in 2011 to "get the world thinking and feeling differently about Britain, repositioning us as a vibrant, inspiring and innovative nation to visit and do business with".

 

 

Source: Department for International Trade

 
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