25 companies benefit from the “Music and Performing Arts” Accelerator.

Part of France 2030, and more specifically in the section devoted to the cultural and creative industries (CCI), the Ministry of Culture, the Secretariat General of Investment and Bpifrance have announced the launch of two new support program for SMEs with strong growth potential: “Excellent knowledge” accelerators and “Music and Performing Arts” accelerator. These programs will make it possible 50 companies selected for their innovative approach and their social and environmental commitment, to meet the challenge and to face challenges related to the development of their activities, especially in case digital and ecological transition. “Putting France at the forefront of the cultural and creative industries is one of France’s 2030 goals, with a budget of one billion euros”, he recalls.
For a period of 18 months, the management concerned will benefit from a customized support consisting of: advice (conducting inbound or 360° diagnostics, to identify priority areas for growth, followed by 10 to 20 days of advice tailored to the company’s challenges); from training (6 one-day seminars given by Kedge Business School on targeted themes such as strategy, development financing, human resources, etc.) thanks to which companies can strengthen their skills and feed their strategic thinking; from connect (4 days dedicated to sector specific challenges with all program partners, and 2 days business oriented, as well as privileged access to the entrepreneur network, Accelerated Community bringing together more than 2,000 companies, Bpifrance Excellence community, France Touch and Bpifrance partners).

That 25 companies maintained within the framework Accelerator “Music and Performing Arts”:

• Allegro Musique, organizer of home singing and music lessons (Clichy)
• Atalou, management company of Le Divan du Monde theater and Madame Arthur cabaret (Paris)
• AZ Prod, broadcasting company for shows and concerts (Tour)
• Blueline, a production company specializing in jazz, world music, contemporary circus and musical theater (Martel)
• Caramba Culture Live, producer, promoter and tourer in the contemporary music sector (Paris)
• Live productions, producers, broadcasters and turners showcasing French (Paris) musical heritage
• Festik, ticket service company (Toulouse)
• In/Off, a company specializing in the implementation and management of event projects (Paris)
• La Cigale, producer and theater operator (Paris)
• Les Petits Français, producer and director of live shows and multimedia (Asnières-sur-Seine)
• Little Bros, show production and artist management company (Paris)
• Microqlima Records, music label (Paris)
• Startups Musemind, musictech and deeptech (Hérouville-Saint-Clair)
• Vialma/Musikazoo, a French streaming service dedicated to classical music and jazz (Aulnay-sous-Bois)
• Music Work, a consulting agency specializing in the creation of musical identities (Paris)
• ND18/Dream Factory, a company specializing in the creation of immersive cinema experiences (Montreuil)
• Rafe Productions, creator and producer of projects that combine entertainment and social issues, at the intersection of digital, influence, television and physical events (Paris)
• Reelax Tickets, the company that creates a legal and secure ticket exchange for events (Rennes)
• Ruq Spectacles, comedy and/or musical producer (Paris)
• Soundbirth, publisher of mobile apps and services dedicated to music artists (Saint-Chamas)
• Measuring production, arranging support artists at the stage of their professional career (Douai)
• Michel Theater (Paris)
• Traffix Music, a company focused on creating and producing musical performances for young audiences, also organizers of the Parc Floral festival in Paris (Paris)
• Vrroom, a designer of tools and services for creating, producing, and distributing VR content and experiences (Le Soler)
• Mood Booster Group/WPTL Music, WPTL Music management structure (publishing), Royal Sync (Synchro), Gorgone Productions (Studio) and Booster Music (Label & Prod Phono) (Lille)

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