New Resident Entrepreneurs Include SOLAS 128 Creator & Visible Ink

The five successful applicants in the Creative Informatics Resident Entrepreneurs programme have been named, with two games and interactive creators - Amicable Animal and Visible Ink - part of the programme.

Zappaty: Games Tech Company Opens Dundee Office

Zappaty, a new games technology company has just opened its first office in the heart of Dundee, after securing £450,000 in funding from private investors.

Creative Informatics Challenge Projects OPEN With £20,000 Funding

Creative Informatics Challenge Projects OPEN With £20,000 Funding for creative digital / data businesses

£7M UK Global Screen Fund Opens

The UK Global Screen Fund is a £7 million, one-year pilot fund designed to boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK’s independent screen sectors, including film, TV, videogames and animation.

Creative Industries Fund Opens: £25K For Creative Business Growth

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.

Games In Spaaaaace – ESA Funding For Mashup Projects

The European Space Agency has funding available for games and digital projects which utilise space data to solve real world problems.

Scottish Entrepreneurs Pledge £1M To Scottish Edge

Several of Scotland’s leading entrepreneurs have committed an additional £1 million of grants and loans to Scottish EDGE, the UK’s biggest funding competition for start ups and potential high growth businesses.

SGN Podcast: Interview with Scottish EDGE

BONUS INTERVIEW: Listen in to learn what Scottish EDGE is, how to apply and what winning Scottish EDGE can do for your company.

Win Up To £100,000 For Your Games Business

Entries are now open for Scottish Edge Round 17! Win Up To £100,000 For Your Games Business

Call for Three-Year Government Funding Agreements for Scotland’s Culture Sector

Culture Counts, the organisation which is the collective voice of Scotland's cultural and heritage sectors, has written to Fiona Hyslop MSP, the Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Fair Work and Culture, to ask for the announcement of a three-year culture budget in January 2021.

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