Yet another successful #Gaelic @CrowdfunderUK project, but still time to pledge #SaveDalriadaGaelic

As first reported over a month ago, Àdhamh O’ Broin set out on a challenge to raise the funds which would put his life’s work of preserving Argyll Gaelic into action, and today this challenge was met. this said, pledges can still be made up until 11.25pm on the 31st August. The challenge set is considerably massive! … More Yet another successful #Gaelic @CrowdfunderUK project, but still time to pledge #SaveDalriadaGaelic

Bilingual academic poster on Gaelic Twitter Day for #iccs15

Originally posted on Seumaidh ® :
An t-seachdain seo, ghabhail mi pàirt san XVmh Còmhdhail Eadar-Nàiseanta na Ceiltis aig Oilthigh Ghlaschu. Feumaidh mi ràdh gun robh e abair urram a bhith an sàs mar neach-taic agus cuideachd mar neach-pàirteachaidh. ‘S e deagh chothrom a bh’ ann cuideachd a bhith a’ bruidhinn ri daoine mun cho-labhairt bliadhnail ACSIB aig Aberystwyth agus…

Social Media Alba ® (Glasgow) shortlisted for Best Use of Digital Media Award #‎JBGEntAwards2015‬

This is exciting! Not even six months into the business and we’re already being recognised for our work in Glasgow! Chan eil sin dona idir! We’re looking forward to attending the Jobs and Business Glasgow Enterprise Awards 2015 that’s taking place in Glasgow City Chambers tomorrow. We have been shortlisted for the Best Use of Digital … More Social Media Alba ® (Glasgow) shortlisted for Best Use of Digital Media Award #‎JBGEntAwards2015‬

Blog @CuileanCraicte: A 21st century business model for Gaelic publishing explained

Cuilean Craicte is a new Edinburgh-based Social Enterprise (Community Interest Company) and they are a fortnight away from completing their fundraising project with Crowdfunder which aims at getting more kids reading Gaelic out of school: Tha sinn a’ sireadh taic airson ‘Cuilean Craicte’ a stèidheachadh, club-leughaidh dha cloinn aois 7 gu 12 air a mhaoineachadh tro sgeama … More Blog @CuileanCraicte: A 21st century business model for Gaelic publishing explained