Find out how to get involved with Brighton Digital Festival at the Wired Sussex Member’s Meetup!

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BDF logoBrighton Digital Festival is a month-long exploration of digital culture which brings together the city’s digital businesses, arts and cultural communities to highlight the cutting-edge creative work that happens here. The festival is outward looking, ambitious and inclusive - and a key part of building Brighton’s reputation as a city where extraordinary things can happen.

We combine a commissioned programme with a wide-ranging grassroots programme - events organised by members of the community who want to show or test new work, reach wider audiences and benefit from the festival’s reputation. The diversity and talent of our community of digital makers is one of the main reasons that Brighton Digital Festival is consistently fresh, innovative and exciting.

As we head towards to 2018 festival we still have opportunities for Brighton digital businesses to get involved. Beyond running your own event (check website for details), there are a range of sponsorship opportunities on offer and we’re happy to tailor something specific that meets your business needs. We get excellent coverage in national press and locally and reach an average audience of around 50,000.

Some of the benefits previous sponsors have valued include:

- Promote your brand to the digital community and be recognised as a digital employer of choice

- Expose your team to new ideas and/or engage them in stimulating, innovative activities

- Promote your service offer to the digital business community

- Engage the city’s youth in digital culture / making and help build your talent pipeline for the future

- Help build the city’s reputation for digital innovation and raise our national profile to create long term inward investment opportunities

Opportunities start from just £1,000. Interested to find out more? Meet one of the Digital Festival team at the Wired Sussex Member’s Summer Meetup at Patterns, 17 July (find out more here: or email
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