Following on from our end of year roundup, here’s a quick look at some of the exciting projects, initiatives and events we’ve got planned for the first quarter of 2015, and how you can benefit.
FuseBox24 Showcase Event, 22nd Jan.
Come along and hear the innovator success stories and research results from our FuseBox24 programme of start-up business support, that we ran last year our home the FuseBox in Brighton. You can register for a ticket here.
Brighton Fuse 2 Freelancer Research: The Results, 26th Jan.
Over the past year we coordinated detailed research into the Brighton freelance community and on Monday 26th Jan, we will be revealing the results.
Join us to hear about this research and the implications it has for freelancers, companies that utilise independent workers, as well as the local economy.
FuseBox24 Startup Stories, 9th-13th Feb.
What’s it like to be a start-up company in the digital and creative industries? Join us for a series of seminars discussing the growth and success stories of companies that took part in the FuseBox24 programme.
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Brighton Digital Exchange launches
The Exchange is our plan to tackle the issue of poor broadband connectivity and infrastructure in Brighton.
It’s a co-operative involving Wired Sussex, ISPs and broadband providers, which will enable businesses to access the speed and capacity they need. It’s the first time something like this has been tried in the U.K and you can find out more about the initiative here.
Digital Catapult Centre Brighton launches
The centre will be an R+D lab where SMEs, start-ups, large corporates, universities and others can come together and collaborate on innovative digital projects.
It will also give regional businesses access to 5g technologies, enabling you to stay ahead of the game, and develop and grow creatively. You can read more about the project here.
The Digital Skills Summit,23rd March.
We will be looking at ways in which we can support and empower our members to identify and work to address the skills gaps that are prominent within our sector. As well as looking at the relationships between skills providers and businesses, we will also be exploring continued learning within employment and best practice for up-skilling staff and encouraging self learning.
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