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    How to Showcase Your Business Through Wired Sussex

    Here are some handy pointers to help get you started when using our new website; to expand upon your existing profile and better showcase your business.


    Posted on 26th August, 2019

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    The 12 Steps of Networking

    You’ve heard about the 12 days of Christmas, well how about the 12 steps of networking? With our Members’ Christmas Meetup right around the corner, I thought it would be a great opportunity to discuss how you can make the most of it by sharing some top tips!


    Posted on 1st November, 2018

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    5 Simple Tips to Improve Your Directory Listing

    As the member services coordinator for Wired Sussex, I’m often asked how you can get the most out of a listing on our directory pages. You see, one of the many benefits of joining Wired Sussex is that you’ll be added to our growing directory of over 2000


    Posted on 30th October, 2018

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    Being a Successful Freelancer with Rifa Thorpe-Tracey

    To celebrate Nationals Freelancers Day, yesterday we ran a #WiredBrekkie on ‘Being a Successful Freelancer’ where the wonderful Rifa Thorpe-Tracey gave a talk on the subject. Rifa shared her journey, experience and advice as a freelancer.


    Posted on 29th June, 2018

  • Work-Life Balance – A Very Personal Choice

    This post was written by Caroline Parisy, Human Resource Manager, iCrossing. Work, life and play are not to be separated, each achievement supports and facilitates another. The real skill is not letting one take over another.


    Posted on 13th June, 2018

  • Keynote: Eugenie Teasley, Head Of Cities at Uber

    Eugenie Teasley of Uber is our Keynote Speaker. Eugenie is Uber’s Head Of Cities for the South of England. She’s been a Director of The Goodall Foundation, was the founder of Spark+Mettle, contributed to the Queen’s Young Leaders programme and in 2014 she was


    Posted on 6th June, 2018