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High interest in cultural industries benefits


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OVER 300 business entities and individuals have signed up to benefit from the Cultural Industries Development Act. 

However, director of the Cultural Industries Development Authority (CIDA) Andrea King has encouraged some of them to complete the process since applicants are required to present documents such as a letter of recommendation to qualify for funding and other resources necessary to launch their projects.

King was speaking this morning during the media launch of the 2016 Cultural Industries Symposium at Sky Mall, Haggatt Hall.

Representatives of the 32 businesses that participated in CIDA’s 2015-2016 PITCH programme were also presented with certificates. (TG)


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