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    5 Reasons Why You Should Come To The Next Wired Sussex Members’ Meetup

    Wired Sussex Members’ Meetups are quarterly informal networking events that we run exclusively for our members. Over 100 people on average attend these events, from freelancers to business owners and employees of member companies too. Coming along to meetups

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    Posted on 2nd April, 2014

  • Onwards and Upwards; the next year for Wired Sussex

    Following on from our end of year roundup, here’s a quick overview to some of the projects, initiatives and events we’ve got planned for 2014 and how you can benefit. FuseBox24 ; a new programme for innovators Last year we opened the FuseBox; a collaborative

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    Posted on 4th February, 2014

  • FuseBox to launch new programme for innovators

    Last year the FuseBox opened it doors to the creative, digital and IT community in Brighton and Hove. Building on research findings from the Brighton Fuse Report, we identified the need to support individual innovators and start-up businesses in radical new

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    Posted on 30th January, 2014

  • This year at Wired Sussex…

    As 2013 starts to disappear over the horizon, we thought it might be worth briefly reflecting on some of the things that we have been up to this year. So here it is, the Wired Sussex top ten of 2013: 1. New members - 2013 saw 437 new members join the Wired

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    Posted on 11th December, 2013

  • Skills and the Digital Sector – Some Thoughts on a Macro Approach

    Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership, on whose board I sit, has recently been given an extended remit by the Government. Amongst other areas, we are now responsible for developing a ‘skills strategy’ for the wide corridor between the coastal strip

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    Posted on 12th June, 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

  • 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

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    Welcoming (various bits of) the world to Brighton

    It was fantastic to be able to show off Brighton as a brilliant digital, media & technology hub to international UKTI reps and sector specialists last week. These people sell different parts of the UK to creative and tech businesses in their home

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    Posted on 13th November, 2012