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FuseBox24 radical business support programme: Showcase and Policy Recommendations events

Following on from our Brighton Fuse Research Project, the FuseBox24 programme has applied arts, design and humanities approaches and insights to innovation driving the new creative and digital economy. The following events will be discussing what has been discovered about the power of arts to fuel innovation.  Come along to hear innovator success stories and the research results of the Arts and Humanities Research Council-supported FuseBox24 radical programme of start-up business support hosted by Wired Sussex at the FuseBox in Brighton.

Statements of support

    Statements of support   Click here to read statements of support from Caroline Lucas (MP for Brighton Pavilion), Mike Weatherly (Conservative MP for Hove & Portslade) and Ed Vaizey (Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries & MP for Wantage and Didcot)      

Join us at Brighton – The SuperFused City? on Tuesday 15th October to hear the findings from the Brighton Fuse Research Project

Brighton: The SuperFused City? What the Brighton Fuse Research Project tells us about the future of business Tuesday 15 October 2013 Doors open 6.00pm Sallis Benney Theatre, Grand Parade, University of Brighton Sign up to attend here We would like extend a special invitation for you to join us at Brighton: The SuperFused City? to discuss with us the implications of the Brighton Fuse research findings for Brighton & Hove and for the UK economy. For the past two years, the Brighton Fuse team have been investigating how Brighton’s creative, digital & technology cluster functions. The project has been funded by the AHRC and delivered by Wired Sussex, the Universities of Brighton and Sussex and the National Centre for Universities and Business.  With a large team of researchers collecting, collating and analysing data, stories and experiences, it is one of the most detailed analyses of any cluster ever undertaken in the UK. At this special event on 15th October, we will be unveiling the results of this research, and sharing with you the individual, corporate and economic insights that it has generated. We will discuss the value and challenges of creating a SuperFused economy, and how people, businesses and cities might benefit from our findings. We believe that a new formula for success has emerged in the digital economy and for Brighton & Hove to truly benefit from the city’s new economic drivers, there needs to be radical changes to the way we understand and support the creation of value. Please join us at Grand Parade to discuss the findings with us and with each other. We hope it will prove to be an interesting and exciting evening. Refreshments and snacks will be provided. If you would like to attend the event, please register for a place here.  Details Date: Tuesday 15th October 2013 Time: Doors open 6pm Report and discussion 6.30pm – 8.30pm Networking 8.30pm – 9.30pm Venue: Sallis Benney Theatre, University of Brighton, 58 – 67 Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 0JY

BLOG – Recording Of Tales Of A Creative City

For those of you who weren’t able to make it along to our Tales Of A Creative City event, or those that did come and want to listen back heres a recording of the full event:

BLOG – Tales Of A Creative City

Last night we held our ‘Tales Of The Creative City’ event as part of Brighton Digital Festival. Our research team shared their thoughts and stories as well as the project’s early interpretations.