The BRIT Awards are the annual awards ceremony for UK artists.
Since 2011, they have taken place during Q1 at the O2 Arena, London.
The BRIT Awards are owned by BRIT Awards Ltd, which in turn is controlled by the BPI (British Phonographic Industry).
The awards were launched 1977 before becoming an annual event in 1982 under the BPI’s control.
In 1989, the event was rebranded as The BRIT Awards.
In calendar 2019, BRIT Awards Ltd generated £11.36 million, according to filings with UK Companies House.
That was slightly down on the £11.52 million the company turned over in 2018.
The event’s administrative expenses in 2019 stood at £11.39 million, resulting in an operating loss of £32,879.
BRIT Awards Ltd posted a net loss after tax in 2019 of £23,071.Music Business Worldwide