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    The Brighton ‘Digiscape’ – Are you on it?

    This month we have a guest blog post for you courtesy of Steve Penfold at Smart Digital Business, who has put together this fantastic map of the digital sector in Brighton using data from our Directory of Members.  So without further ado it's over to

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    Posted on 14th May, 2013

  • Getting The FuseBox start-ups programme rolling

    Hello, Tom Nixon here. I'm working with Wired Sussex to get the start-ups programme for The FuseBox up and running. If you've missed the story so far, here's the original announcement and a transcript of what Wired Sussex CEO Phil Jones said at the opening

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    Posted on 7th May, 2013

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    Our Jobs Board is more than a jobs board

    Many of you use our Jobs Board and already know about some of the main benefits of doing so (your job is delivered in a number of ways to the right audience in the local community and beyond), but I bet there’s a lot of you who aren’t using our CV database,

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    Posted on 2nd May, 2013

  • The unabridged version of my Argus article (23/4/13): Employment growth in the local digital, media & technology sector

    Employment growth in the local digital, media & technology sector Caroline Morris of Wired Sussex Working for Wired Sussex I’m at the heart of the local digital, media and technology hub. It is my job to help our member companies find the right people with

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    Posted on 24th April, 2013

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    Developing Young People's Skills in Digital Media; how Brighton University student James has found working with the Cherokee and UK schools.

    By James Shreeve, Digital Media Arts student at the University of Brighton At first I was somewhat apprehensive about the Cherokee nation project as it would not only move me away from our creative comfort zone but would also require working with children and

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    Posted on 22nd April, 2013

  • Networking, networking, networking.

    As the Events Manager for Wired Sussex, I'm always talking to people about Wired Sussex events as well as recommending other meetups and networking opportunities in the local creative, digital & tech community. Networking is a great way to not only find

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    Posted on 19th April, 2013

  • Why the FuseBox is Needed

    The FuseBox is our new support space for the creative and digital industries. It still very much in beta mode, but we recently had a little party for people who have supported it in some way. Those who came brought books as housewarming presents. I spoke at

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    Posted on 16th April, 2013

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    The growth of the local games sector; from newborns to teenagers..

    We’ve all heard about the successes of the games sector, especially with the ‘Black Pebble’ companies that have formed as a result of the Disney’s Black Rock office closure.  I thought it time to recap and take another look at how they’re doing, especially

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    Posted on 21st March, 2013