Music Moves Europe - The feasibility study for the establishment of a European Music Observatory, and a gap analysis of funding needs for the music sector
The music sector in Europe is characterised by the absence of reliable and systematic data to measure its main trends. One of the objectives for the music sector is to create the conditions for reliable and regular data collection on the music sector at European level. The first lot of this call for tender aims at undertaking a feasibility study for the establishment of a European Music Observatory. The feasibility study should investigate the possible future full-scale establishment of a data collection organisation as a core strategic resource to drive relevance and value for future policy actions in the music portfolio and across the sector.
The second lot of this call aims at elaborating a study concerning the analysis of market trends and gaps in funding needs for the music sector in Europe, including a European inventory of stakeholders. The study should aim at developing a better understanding of the market trends in light of the funding needs of the music sector, in relation to the Creative Europe and other EU programmes supporting music.
Offers can be submitted to one or both of the lots. The offers for each lot will be assessed separately.
Deadline for receipt of offers: 2 July, 10:30 CET, through eSubmission.