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    Skills and Talent Manifesto: What’s Happened So Far

    At our Talent Festival in June, we unveiled our Skills and Talent Manifesto, a collective pledge to make Greater Brighton the best place in the UK for anyone to have a career in digital. Here's what's happened so far...

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    Posted on 11th September, 2019

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    Talent Festival is returning this summer!

    We are excited to announce that ‘TALENT FEST 2019’ is returning. The festival helps digital businesses attract, train and retain the talent they need to thrive, grow and deliver great work. At the heart of the festival is the championing of diversity in the

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    Posted on 17th April, 2019

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    How the FuseBox Can Help Your Business Keep Innovating

    If you are a business that is now beyond the start-up phase but recognises the need to keep innovating. How to do that when you have existing products and services to deliver? A residency at the FuseBox might be the answer.

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    Posted on 23rd November, 2018

  • The FuseBox Website Officially Launches!

    We are delighted to officially announce the launch of our brand-new website for our Brighton home and innovation hub, The FuseBox. The FuseBox not only provides studio space to the Wired Sussex team but also collaborative R&D workspace, facilities,

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    Posted on 30th August, 2018

  • Talent2018: Creating a Skills Manifesto For Our Digital Sector

    How we're creating a Manifesto that will help us articulate, together, what we believe and what we intend to do to ensure we make our cluster the best in the UK for attracting and nurturing the talented individuals who will help us prosper.

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    Posted on 10th July, 2018

  • Helen Kennedy Introduces the World Café workshop

    Helen Kennedy is Head of Media at University of Brighton. She’s an influential leader and important connecting point between the academic world and our tech and creative businesses. She is also lead research on the Refig project, with Canadian funding,

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    Posted on 6th June, 2018

  • Panel Discussion: The Big Challenge

    The discussion is around pinpointing the biggest challenges to attracting, training and retaining talent in Brighton.

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    Posted on 6th June, 2018

  • Caroline Walmsley, CEO of Further My Future

    Caroline Walmsley co-founder and CEO of Further My Future and Director of progressive management consultancy Hello Sailor! – from 2014-2016 Caroline was CEO of Brightwave. Further My Future launched last summer; it’s a tech careers guidance company that

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    Posted on 6th June, 2018