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    Survey Results: How Coronavirus is Impacting Your Business

    Late last week we ran a rapid response survey into the impact that Coronavirus is having on businesses and freelancers in our digital, media and tech community. We did this to help all of us to understand the challenges our sector is collectively having. It

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    Posted on 23rd March, 2020

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    Coronavirus, Wired Sussex and our sector

    As an organisation, we have a duty of care to our members, to our own team and to the wider community of which we are a part. Considering the current circumstances, we are revising our approach around events and how we can help and support our sector.

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    Posted on 16th March, 2020

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    What is the Research & Innovation Fibre Ring & Why Does it Matter?

    Last Thursday (13th Feb) Brighton & Hove Council approved a project that we have been working on called the Research and Innovation Fibre Ring. So, what is it and how might it benefit you?

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    Posted on 18th February, 2020

  • Our New Board Members

    We're thrilled to announce five new additions to the Wired Sussex board of non-executive directors. Our new directors will help us in our ambition to support the growth of a world-class digital, media and technology sector that is creative, passionate and

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    Posted on 6th December, 2018

  • In Praise of Being Ambitiously Small

    A celebration of small businesses and why we should be supporting and celebrating their ambitions.

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    Posted on 8th May, 2018

  • Extending Local Full Fibre Networks: Our Response to the Government's Call for Evidence

    The Government recently requested submissions on ways that it might most effectively use public funding to encourage the deployment of full fibre networks in the UK. It asked organisations to respond to 3 questions. This is what we said: Wired Sussex is a

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    Posted on 27th January, 2017

  • Headline sponsor plans for the region’s largest digital jobs and skills festival

    We are excited to announce that Brighton-based global digital marketing agency iCrossing will be the headline sponsor for Talent2017: the region’s largest digital and skills festival. iCrossing’s CEO, Mark Iremonger said: “There are fantastic career

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    Posted on 23rd January, 2017

  • Talent 2017: Why it's needed

    Brighton and Hove’s digital and creative economy is now worth more than £1 billion to the city each year. It is a driving force behind the city’s economy and Greater Brighton’s recent devolution bid supported the ambition of doubling the value of our cluster

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    Posted on 5th December, 2016