Wired Sussex Breakfast Session: Why Cross-sector Collaborations With Charities are Good for Businesses The Wired Sussex Breakfast Sessions share best practice on subjects ranging from marketing and branding to intellectual property and investment opportunities. And there’s coffee and croissants too. What’s not to like?

Have you considered getting involved with the charity sector? As well as helping the local community, supporting a charity has a number of benefits for digital and creative businesses.

At this Breakfast Session, we'll be discussing various ways for cross-collaboration between digital businesses and the charity sector. The session will be hosted by local experts who will share their top tips, ideas and experiences working with the charity sector.

Some of the topics we will cover are:
  • Benefits for PR and brand building
  • Expanding your company’s cross-sector collaboration
  • Positive impact on your employees
  • Best practice in creating successful collaborations

The session will then be followed by a Q+A, where you can ask any specific questions you may have, as well as an informal discussion and a chance for networking.

So, whether you’re looking to get involved with the charity sector for the first time or you are already doing your bit but want to expand your scope, this event will give you practical advice and fresh ideas.


Leading the session will be:
David Scurr, Project Manager, Citizens Online / Founder of Tech for Good Brighton
After 10 years of experience managing and developing international projects in the social sector, David currently runs the local cross-sector network ‘Digital Brighton & Hove’ which brings together over 200 local organisations collaborating to create a more inclusive and connected city. As part of this work, he also leads the local Tech4Good initiative which brings together all those interested in using digital as a force for good.

Laura Williams, Advice and Support Coordinator at Community Works
Laura’s job is to connect people and businesses with voluntary and community organisations in Brighton, Hove, Adur and Worthing. Community Works aims to ensure that voluntary and community organisations have the support and platform they need to make a difference.

Stuart Davis, Head of Agency at Creative Bloom
Stuartis most passionate about environmental issues and fighting for good causes – such asSurfer's Against Sewage. That is the reason he is currentlyleading Creative Bloom - a digital marketing consultancy & training provider with a specialism in supporting ethical & green sectors.


** Please Note **

This event is a benefit of Wired Sussex membership and therefore exclusive to Wired Sussex members, including all employees of member companies.

If you're not a member but would like to come along to this event, membership is just £72 + VAT for the year. Find out more about all the benefits of membershiphere.

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