A Government-back British music industry trade mission will visit India this August to explore business opportunities in the world’s seventh largest economy.
In its latest round of funding, the Music Export Growth Scheme (MEGS) has supported 19 British acts with £257,000 of funding.
Chris Tams, director of independent member services at the BPI, sheds some light on the opportunities India presents for British music ahead of the upcoming trade mission...
Editors, Nina Nesbitt, Shame and Dream Wife are among the latest wave of acts to receive government backing in the scheme, which has now awarded over £2.6m to artists.
Applications are now welcome from publishers, record labels and music-makers interested in attending the 2018 LA Sync Licensing Mission.
Calling all independent UK music companies - need help marketing your acts abroad? Look no further than the Music Export Growth Scheme, which is now open for applications.
Public Service Broadcasting (pictured) and Ghostpoet are among the 12 acts to receive grants in the latest round of the government funded scheme, which has so far awarded £2.4 million to artists.
The Department for International Trade (DIT) begin its tour today – a series of free events geared towards music businesses, record labels and self-releasing artists.
The government is launching a Music Mission to China in order to tap into the country's £134 million music industry.