We work with Artists, Producers and Cultural Organisations across Scotland who want to grow.

We help them to understand who their audiences are, who they could be and how to reach them.

Our mission is simple. We want all arts and cultural organisations across Scotland, big or small, any art form, to reach and engage their audience, current and new.

With a friendly and knowledgeable team, and access to over a decade of Scottish audience data, as well as industry sources, primary research and social media and website comparison data, we have the tools and expertise to help you grow.

From market research to digital marketing services, let us support your audience development needs and goals. We can provide context, meaning and value to your audience analytics and feedback.

Find out more about our products and services, who we work with, skills training and workshops coming up and how to get in touch – or keep in touch – below.

What we do

We offer market research and digital marketing support to help your audience development strategy.


Who we work with

From Skye to the Borders, we work with Scotland’s largest and smallest arts organisations across all artforms.


Tools and resources

Browse our range of free downloads, workbooks, templates and, whitepapers, case studies to help you with your marketing, strategy or GDPR.


Who we are

Our friendly and skilled team have decades worth of experience working in the arts and cultural sector, specialising in marketing, research and software development.

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Latest news

Keep up to date with all the latest news from Scotland’s arts and cultural sector.

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Don't just take our word for it. Here's what our partners think:

Visible Cinema Audience applauding

“The Impact of the Research For the GFT has been vast and legacy building.”

Jodie Wilkinson, Glasgow Film Theatre

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Cove Park Saturday Arts Club by Dovecot Studios, a group of young people handling colourful knitted items

“We have seen a 95% increase in sessions from mobile devices from June 2017 -compared to same period in 2016.”

Lizzie Cowan, Dovecot Studios

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NYCos singing in a cathedral

“The research will prove to be an invaluable source of insight as we begin a rebranding project.”

Peter Muir, National Youth Choir of Scotland

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crowds look onto a display of model cakes

“They have always been supportive, responsive and flexible in their approach and it has been a pleasure working with the team.”

Karen Cunningham, Festival of Architecture

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