Creative Industries: Fair Work Survey - Creative Scotland has commissioned a review of fair work, leadership, workforce and skills development for Scotland's arts, screen and creative industries.
Creative Informatics Challenge Projects OPEN With £20,000 Funding for creative digital / data businesses
The Creative Industries Fund is a new opportunity for small and micro creative businesses in the UK to access up to £25K for business growth.
Creative Edinburgh is looking for a new Executive Director to lead the organisation and support the city’s creative community as it emerges from the uncertainty of Covid and responds to the rapid evolution of our creative world. The organisation is looking for someone who understands the reality of working in the creative industries, especially for... Continue Reading →
Registration is now open for Developing a Data Driven Creative Company, an online course specifically designed for the creative industries to help create more successful businesses using data. Featuring deep expertise from a range of University of Edinburgh staff and experienced industry professionals, the course includes case studies and specifically designed exercises which will lead... Continue Reading →
How Has Covid 19 Impacted Your Career? Help Skills Development Scotland understand more about the impact of #Covid19 on Scotland's creative industries.
A new report from the Data-Driven Initiative (DDI) has highlighted the value of data to businesses working within the creative industries, and outlined a number of ways in which creators, practitioners and companies can use data more effectively. While the white paper is focused on the creative industries within the Edinburgh city and region deal... Continue Reading →
The full programme for the XPO North 2020 creative industries festival has been announced. Tickets are free and available now.
There have been a number of significant new events in the world of funding and financing video games in the last twelve months. Tax relief for game developers, putting them on a par with film and high end television production is a huge step forward. Not only for companies wishing to operate more sustainably, but... Continue Reading →
Last week, the Scottish Parliament's economy, energy and tourism committee held the first part of it's investigation into the economic impact of the creative industries - including games. The committee is gathering evidence, both written and from industry witnesses, exploring if and how government intervention might help the creative industries grow, thrive and achieve more.... Continue Reading →