OPEN CALL FOR COMPANIES AND ENSEMBLES: READY FOR A NEXT STEP ON THE INTERNATIONAL STAGE?


6 april 2021

The new International Promotion Programme offers companies and ensembles the opportunity to develop and implement an international promotional plan with the financial support of the Performing Arts Fund NL.


Does your company or ensembles see opportunities for itself on the international stage? Or are you keen to investigate the possibilities, but you lack the time, knowledge and/or resources? Or are you already active abroad, but ready to take a further step? Then you can indicate your interest for the International Promotion Programme. The Performing Arts Fund NL will then invite selected organisations to submit a project plan. The selected recipients will then have the opportunity to develop and implement an international promotional plan, with the financial support of the Performing Arts Fund NL.

The International Promotion Programme offers a contribution of at most 50,000 euros for two years. This support can be used to explore foreign markets, to develop a marketing plan, and to specifically target programmers and festivals abroad.

Interested?
Are you interested in the programme and would you like to find out whether your company or ensemble is eligible for support? Go here for more information about the International Promotion Programme and the criteria.

The next step is to register your organisation with name and website, by not later than 30 April, by email to internationalepromotie@dutchperformingarts.nl.
foto: Vika Strawberrika via Unsplash
foto: Vika Strawberrika via Unsplash
Clockwise from the left: Nicole Beutler, Nana Adjoa, Astrid Boons, TENT
Clockwise from the left: Nicole Beutler, Nana Adjoa, Astrid Boons, TENT
The grant recipients, clockwise on the photo: Anoek Nuyens, Strijbos & van Rijswijk, Naomi Velissariou, Slagwerk Den Haag, Katja Heitmann, Tin Men & The Telephone, Arno Schuitemaker, Ensemble Klang.
The grant recipients, clockwise on the photo: Anoek Nuyens, Strijbos & van Rijswijk, Naomi Velissariou, Slagwerk Den Haag, Katja Heitmann, Tin Men & The Telephone, Arno Schuitemaker, Ensemble Klang.
Clockwise, starting top-left: Dunja Jocic, Naomi Velissariou  Club Gewalt and Thomas Azier
Clockwise, starting top-left: Dunja Jocic, Naomi Velissariou Club Gewalt and Thomas Azier
Photo: Tim van Bentum
Photo: Tim van Bentum
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