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  • Wired Sussex is proud to announce 'The FuseBox'

    Delivering Different Business Thinking for a Disruptive Sector.      We'd like to tell you about a new initiative that we are launching shortly. Wired Sussex is creating a new learning and support centre for start-ups and existing businesses in the creative

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    Posted on 11th January, 2013

  • Fighting for Better Broadband for Brighton

    Today (17th September) Brighton & Hove Council submitted the city’s bid for government funding to improve our business broadband infrastructure – The Ultra Fast Broadband Bid. Wired Sussex has put a lot of time into supporting and collaborating on the bid –

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    Posted on 17th September, 2012

  • Recent Meetings and Lobbying activities

    One of our core aims (and a benefit of your membership) is to work to support the creation of a better climate for member companies and freelancers to do business in – to assist our members collectively as well as individually. To do this, we spend time

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    Posted on 30th July, 2012

  • Brighton Digital Festival receives Arts Council funding to support its future growth

    We have some really good news regarding Brighton Digital Festival.  Many of you will know that Wired Sussex (together with Lighthouse) put in a bid some months ago to the Arts Council for funding to support the festival in 2012 and 2013. We have just heard

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    Posted on 25th June, 2012

  • Telling Brighton’s story to the world: A mini marketing hackathon.

    How do you talk about why you are a Brighton business to those you meet overseas? Wired Sussex is working with UKTI, Brighton Economic Partnership, Brighton & Hove Council and others to develop a more effective inward investment strategy for the city. Inward

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    Posted on 2nd May, 2012

  • Why the future of e-learning should be mobile

    Introducing guest blogger Clare Hardman, most recent  winner of the University of Sussex's Postgraduate Certificate in E-Learning Design course's Best Student award, which we're very proud to sponsor.  Some thoughts from her on the future of e-learning...

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    Posted on 6th March, 2012

  • CityCamp Brighton 2

    Anthony Zacharzewski, director at The Democratic Society (demsoc), on how CityCamp is building on its first year’s success: Hack your way to a better Brighton and £20,000 Digital businesses, designers, technologists and creative thinkers who want to make

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    Posted on 16th February, 2012

  • Let Brighton bid - Jeremy Hunt says ...No

    Jeremy Hunt has rejected the Let Brighton Bid's argument that Brighton should be included in the bidding process for government funds to deliver ultra fast broadband (see letter to Caroline Lucas below). This battle may be lost, but the fight goes

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    Posted on 19th January, 2012