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  • 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

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    The Skiff Coworking: The Journey So Far...

    Wired Sussex is very proud to continue to support the Skiff coworking space as it moves to its new bigger, brighter home at 30 Cheapside in Brighton. The Skiff started in 2008 in a small basement in Brighton’s North Laine with space for a couple of dozen. It

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    Posted on 24th November, 2016

  • The issue of workspace

    The digital, media and technology sector in Brighton and the surrounding area continues to grow strongly. This is great news, providing jobs and economic benefits. But there are challenges for individual businesses associated with that growth. One is the

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    Posted on 6th April, 2016

  • Breaking the Rules: The Hows and the Whys of Brighton’s £1bn Creative and Digital Sector

    This is an article that i wrote For The Latest 7 magazine in Brighton. It was published on 8th December 2015. 2 pieces of research were released recently, both of which painted a pretty positive picture of Brighton’s economy, and of its creative and digital

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    Posted on 15th December, 2015