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Are we living in a Freelance Economy? People are working in new and different ways in modern economies. We can see the rise of self-employed work in the UK and elsewhere, and especially with highly skilled professionals. But how big is this trend? And how do we understand what is happening?
Here is as an article about Brighton Fuse in today’s Financial Times – http://www.wiredsussex.com/Fusebox/FT-FutureFiftySchemes.pdf
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Brighton Fuse isn’t just concerned with mapping the size, shape and flavour of the Creative, Digital and IT sector. It’s also looking to the future. The Brighton/Cherokee Nation Digital Cultural Exchange is part of an experimental strand of the research that investigates the development of communication, collaboration and co-creation skills driven by digital technologies. The Brighton/Cherokee Nation Digital Cultural Exchange project is an ambitious experiment in using digital media to drive a cultural exchange project. Two secondary schools in Brighton and Hove and three schools in the Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma, are getting to know each other through the use of digital technologies to communicate, collaborate and co-create. This video shows the Brighton launch event where 40+ year 8 children mashed up their interpretations of their cultures with help from artists SDNA.
Original article published by The Guardian, 8 May 2012. Employers increasingly need staff with a wide range of skills, but it’s not the responsibility of universities alone to develop interdisciplinary talent, argues David Docherty
Original article published by The Guardian, 1 March 2012. Though employability has dominated the debate, the Wilson Review focuses on other hard issues that matter just as much as the student agenda, says David Docherty
Original article published by Argus Business, 7 June 2011 A report has named the city as an ‘alternative economy super-city’ and a dynamic centre for innovative companies.
Original article published by Crunch Accounting, 8 April 2011. It’s great to hear about the launch of ‘Brighton Fuse’ – a new £1 million government funded initiative which aims to further fuel the growth of the city.
Original article published by Brighton and Hove Free Press, 29 March 2011 The government has announced the launch of Brighton Fuse, a £1 million government funded initiative led by the AHRC and CIHE.
Original article published by Department for Business Innovation & Skills, 28 March 2011 Groundbreaking campaigns and projects announced to help inspire and support new businesses in the UK.
Original article published by University of Brighton, 28 March 2011 A £1m grant has been awarded to expand the creative, digital and IT sector in Brighton and Hove.
Original article published by News from Brighton, 28 March 2011 Brighton and Hove’s creative, digital and IT sector has been boosted by a £1million grant.
Original article published by Wired Sussex, 28 March 2011 Brighton Fuse is a 2-year, million pound project aimed at supporting and enhancing the connections between artists and creative practioners in the city and the digital, media and technology cluster.
Original article published by the Arts & Humanities Research Council A £1m grant has been awarded to expand the creative, digital and IT sector in Brighton and Hove.
Original article published by Centre for Research in Innovation Management Brighton Fuse is a 2-year, million pound, AHRC funded project aimed at supporting and enhancing the connections between artists and creative practitioners.