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Dear EMC members,
We have been contact by IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry) to feed into a study on the economic contribution of the music sector in Europe. The purpose of this study is to present a factual and comprehensive picture of the sector and the jobs involved, albeit in 2018, primarily for the use with policy makers in Europe. This study will not contain policy but by showing the sector's importance in terms of its contribution to the economy, employment, and trade flows in normal times (2018), it will be very timely and relevant for the current debates. Although the study is mostly focused on the music industry, they are trying to provide a broader picture of the sector.
IFPI has retained Oxford Economics, as specialist economic forecasting consultancy to carry out the project.
In our opinion, contributing to this study can help with getting a clearer picture of the diversity of the music sector and give more visibility for the non-industry part of the sector. It also contributes to the aims set out in the European Agenda for Music: "It is essential for the European music sector to be able to quantify and qualify the impact of music on culture, society and the economy, so that it can understand itself and enhance the role it plays in society and the economy."
For companies or institutions (e.g. individual orchestras or venues):
We would like to use the strength being a network of networks. So please feel free to disseminate the questionnaire among your membership.
Unfortunately, the deadline is quite tight. Please get back to Andy Logan (email@example.com) by the end of June.