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.

FuseBox24 team: Gillian Youngs (University of Brighton), Phil Jones (Wired Sussex), James Byford (Wired Sussex and University of Brighton), CiCi Blumstein (Artist-in-Practice)

FUSEBOX24 SHOWCASE

Thursday 22 January 2015. 6-9pm

Sallis Benney Theatre, University of Brighton, Grand Parade Campus, Brighton.

This event is an opportunity to hear about innovator success stories and research results from the programme.

Full event information and registration here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fusebox24-showcase-tickets-14168220529

FUSEBOX24 POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS

Friday 23 January 2015. 2-4pm

This event will focus on the research results and policy recommendations from FuseBox24.

Full event details and registration here: http://www.digitalcatapultcentre.org.uk/event/fusebox24-policy-briefing/

If you have any questions about the event please contact Grace Baird at University of Brighton’s Centre for Research & Development – g.baird@brighton.ac.uk

 

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