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55 million euros in export revenues for French record labels

BY THE NUMBERS
January 30, 2014

On January 27 2014, during its annual press conference, the Bureau export presented the French music industry's export figures.

Bureau Export actively helps French music professionals develop their artists internationally, covering all styles of contemporary music and classical music. In 2013, 144 artists have received financial support through the Bureau's committees. Among them: Ballaké Sissoko, Stromae and C2C, who were awarded the 2014 Bureau Export Award rewarding their success abroad.

French music was well received worldwide in 2012: export revenues for French music producers amounted to 55 million euros (45 companies reported).

53% of this revenue is attributed to physical sales, a proportion which remains slightly above the digital sales (47%).

Europe remains the dominant market accounting for 60% of export revenues.


 

Find out more :

Bureauexport website
Read the 2014 press dossier on Bureauexport website in French (section "Nos publications")

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