Le Bureau Export is benefitting from mixed and balanced fundings, from both private and public partners. By supporting the association, our partners are testifying their support to the music industry – sharing our goal to help made in France acts break into international markets.
Since November 1, 2020, Le Bureau Export has been part of le Centre national de la musique (CNM), a French state organization under the supervision of the French Ministry of Culture. Among the missions of the CNM, one is to help the French music and variety shows industry developing abroad. CNM is taking on and aims to further the activities, funding programmes and services of Le Bureau Export.
Our funding partners are:
Professional institutions of the French music industry, working for the international development of music companies.
Adami Collective management organization for the rights of performers
Partner of performers, Adami manages and advance their rights in France and all around the world and accompanies them throughout their careers.
CNM [Centre national de la musique]
Created in January 2020, Centre national de la musique aims at supporting writers, composers, artists and music professionals meeting their audience in France and abroad.
CNM is under supervision of the French Ministry of Culture.
FCM [Fonds pour la Création Musicale]
Created in 1984, the association gathers copyright & performance rights Collection and Allocation societies, professional organisations and unions, as well as public authorities. FCM support musical creation in its broadest sense.
Since November 1, 2020, FCM has been part of le Centre national de la musique (CNM), which is taking over its activitities and services and will increase them.
Sacem [Société des Auteurs, Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique]
Sacem is a nonprofit civil society, owned and managed by its members, created in 1857. It aims at collecting copyrights in France and to allocate them to creators in France and abroad.
[Société Civile des Producteurs Phonographiques]
SCPP is a Collection and Allocation society, representing producers with users of phonograms and music videos.
SPPF [Société Civile des Producteurs de Phonogrammes en France]
SPPF has been created in 1985 by independant producers in order to allocate the rights of independant producers alone. It is a Collection and Allocation society, as well as a think tank focused on the evolution of phonogram-producers’ trade.
French public authorities supporting the exportation of French cultural goods and ensuring the standing of musicial diversity.