The Shakes. “They shake the very roots of music” Ricky Love, Musomag “I predict a meteoric rise to superband status” Lilly Adams, Youngbands. The Shakes’ revenue and costs (old).
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“They shake the very roots of music”
Ricky Love, Musomag
“I predict a meteoric rise to superband status”
Lilly Adams, Youngbands
This table shows The Shakes’ finances before their promotional tour. Their revenue was good, but the cost of producing the CD meant that they made a loss.
Here you can see how the sales of CDs and downloads increased after the tour.
This table shows how going on tour increased the band’s profit from a loss of £1,277.27 to a profit of £5,479.44.
The profit is the total revenue minus total costs.
This chart compares how The Shakes’ single was selling before and after the tour. Sales have more than doubled, meaning that audiences are loving The Shakes!
This table shows the formulae for working out revenue, costs and profit.