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Losing the O2 ABC music venue was a tragedy for Glasgow. I said at the time that losing a historic building hurts a city’s landscape, losing a music business hurts a city’s economy and losing a music venue hurts its soul. All are important to some extent, but to us it is the…(Read More)

Live music at the Ironworks, photo by Claire Lyall

Facing threat of closure, Dougal Perman considers the value of one of Scotland’s most significant venues. Where did Johnny Rotten have one of his best gigs ever? Which venue was pivotal in Rachel Sermani’s career? Where did Gerry Cinnamon nearly take the roof down? What’s the best place to play in the…(Read More)

You work in music because you are passionate about it. You probably take an interest in what the Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA) is doing because you care about music business development and have something to say. If this sounds like you, we invite you to help shape our future…(Read More)

The Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA) is looking for a PR Manager to run the PR campaign for its flagship project, the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award. Since its inauguration in 2012, The SAY Award has grown to become Scotland’s most popular and prestigious music prize. Wielding a £20,000 prize for…(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)

The Scottish Music Industry Association is looking for experienced workshop leaders to help deliver part of its training programme. Applications open: Thursday 30 August 2018 Applications close: Friday 28 September 2018 at 17:00 Please send all applications to: jobs@smia.org.uk. The Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA) is looking for training providers to…(Read More)

An exciting, temporary position has become available at the Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA) for a passionate, hard-working and highly driven individual. About Us The SMIA is a membership organisation and innovation agency which exists to represent and develop the Scottish music industry. With a sharp focus on common rather than competing interests; a…(Read More)

via Scottish Music Centre Deadline: 31 March 2019 at 17:00 To support those who work outwith school settings to undertake continuing professional development that will strengthen youth music in Scotland for the benefit of young people. Guidelines This fund is provided by Youth Music Initiative and administered on their behalf by Scottish Music Centre…(Read More)

Arts & Business Scotland Deadline: 12 July 2018 at 12:00 Exciting Opportunity! Salary: £19,778 – £21,061 Contract: Permanent Arts & Business Scotland are looking for an experienced Events Co-ordinator to be based in our Edinburgh office. We are looking for a pro-active, dynamic individual with a sound knowledge of events. For…(Read More)