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Funding Opportunities From Publishing Scotland

Posted at 2:58PM Monday 17 Dec 2012

Go-See Fund and Go-Digital Fund

Publishing Scotland, the trade body for publishers in Scotland currently has 2 funding opportunities avaiable to Scottish publishers.

The 'Go-Digital Fund' to support Scottish-based book publishers in bringing their books to a new digital audience is administered by Publishing Scotland with the help of funding from Creative Scotland.

The Fund will help publishers in three areas:

a) in accessing training or consultancy on digital matters; (b) attending digital events in the UK and overseas; and (c) marketing their digital books and content. Publishers can claim costs up to the eligible maximum of £2,000 per company.

Deadlines for applications 2 January 2013.

The 'Go-See Fund' is to enable Scottish-based publishers to attend national and international book trade fairs for the first time.

The first round of applications for attending book fairs between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2014 is now open. Applications must be submitted by 27 February 2013.

For further information on both these funds and for application details visit the website.

http://www.publishingscotland.org/about-publishing/funding-information/




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