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Belgium-Brussels: Study on: Music Moves Europe — A European Music Export Strategy
Section I: Contracting authority
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Section II: Object
Study on: Music Moves Europe — A European Music Export Strategy
The general objective of this call is to develop a proposal for a European Music Export Strategy that promotes Europe’s music diversity and talent beyond European borders and that enhances the competitiveness of Europe’s music sector on the international market.
The Strategy should help national and European policy makers to take more informed decisions with regard to music export and enable decision-makers in the music sector to adapt or align their choices in that field.
The proposal for a European Music Export Strategy, which will take the form of a study, should:
— build on the success factors of existing national strategies for music export and complement existing initiatives to encourage the cross-border circulation of emerging talents and repertoire within and beyond Europe,
— examine relevant features of the most important international music markets in light of prevalence of and entry options for European music repertoire, as well as the limiting factors in this regard,
— take into account differences between EU countries regarding the facilitation of cross-border mobility in the music sector within Europe,
— ultimately, outline in a strategic approach the key elements and measures, that would facilitate and promote the access of European music to the global market, including recommendations for action at the national and EU level,
— the proposed Strategy should be based on a broad consensus among key players including national music export offices in Europe. The organisation of a conference to test preliminary findings will form part of a contract.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents.
Section IV: Procedure
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Section VI: Complementary information
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