The BPI has announced a relaunch of the music exports scheme it runs with the UK’s Department for International Trade, which will see £2.8m made available for musicians (via independent music companies, labels, distributors and management firms) to help them break overseas. Grants of £5k to £50k will be made through the Exporting is Great campaign. The BPI hopes the scheme will play a prominent role in the thorny Brexit negotiations that lie ahead for the UK. “The strength of Britain’s music and creative industries are a strategic asset for this country and can act as a powerful international calling card in a world in which new international trading relationships need to be forged,” said CEO Geoff Taylor

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