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As part of the SMIA’s innovation-led development programme, designed to help nurture business talent and build infrastructure in Scotland’s music industry, we will be hosting our first free entry workshop of the year on Creating Engaging Online Content for Music Projects at citizenM (Screening Room) in Glasgow, taking place on Monday 28th…(Read More)

As part of the SMIA’s innovation-led development programme, designed to help nurture business talent and build infrastructure in Scotland’s music industry, we will be hosting our first free entry workshop of the year on Creating Engaging Online Content for Music Projects at citizenM (Screening Room) in Glasgow, taking place on Monday 28th…(Read More)

CLOSING DATE EXTENDED – 18.00 ON FRIDAY 1 FEBRUARY 2019 The Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA) is looking for a Development Manager to help the company achieve its objectives of representing and developing the music industry in Scotland. This new role will have two elements: Raise finance and secure additional funds for the company. Sell…(Read More)

A £2 million Digital Development Loan has been launched for Scottish companies which want to improve their digital capabilities and processes. It’s open to SMEs which want to develop areas such as cyber security, data analytics and software engineering, and/or increase the digital skills of their staff. The Scottish Government is introducing the…(Read More)

As part of the SMIA’s innovation-led development programme, designed to help nurture business talent and build infrastructure in Scotland’s music industry, we will be hosting a free entry workshop on Partnerships and Working with Brands at Summerhall (in The Old Lab room) in Edinburgh, taking place on Tuesday 4 December from 2pm…(Read More)

The SMIA team will be hosting a coffee morning at Glow Arts from 9am – 10am for those of you attending the Resonate Conference at Glasgow’s BAaD on Thursday 15th November so make sure to come and say hello! Resonate Music Industry Conference was birthed in 2017 when 23rd Precinct Music decided the time had…(Read More)

We recently caught up with Off The Record’s Ailsa Harper ahead of this month’s events in Edinburgh and Dundee. OTR is a platform for 16-25s pursuing a career in the music industry with a host of speakers including SMIA’s own Robert Kilpatrick. Ailsa, tell us a bit about yourself and Off…(Read More)

– New independent fund to support independent music managers based in England and Scotland through the precarious early stages of their career – Twelve-month grants of up to £15,000 made available, as well as extensive training, mentoring and advice from industry professionals – Accelerator Programme endorsed by managers representing artists including Anne-Marie, Biffy Clyro, Frank…(Read More)

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