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What is Brighton Digital Women?

We’re a community of people in Sussex from all sorts of digital backgrounds. Everyone is welcome at our relaxed, friendly meetups.

Brighton Digital Women get together on the first Wednesday of each month. Someone usually volunteers to give an informal talk and to host discussions around a particular theme.

Together we chat about our recent challenges and successes and collaborate on ways to progress our careers. Find out more about us and our purposes for existing.

We look forward to welcoming you along soon!

Please contact us if you’d like to give a talk, contribute to our blog, or if you have any questions and ideas.

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New Year, Healthier Minds for Digital Marketers

Join our Janurary 11th meetup at Eagle Labs and hear from Rifa Thorpe-Tracey about meditation in the work place, Psychologist Ciaran O’Connor about contributing to the mental health of others and Jayne Carverhill about managing professional relationships.

Register here:

Festive Fun December Meetup

Learn about how apocalyptic content cannibalization can be in this blog from Pi-Datametrics, Gabriella Galluccio and read about how to win micro-moments in the buyer journey in this presentation from Matt at Circulate Digital! Thank you to all who came and shared some very poignant and significant learnings from 2016. Here’s to a new year of learning in 2017!

November meetup: Careers and Marketing the Marketers

Read about Rachels clientside vs agency side career journey and have a look at the Circulate Digital Photo Gallery from the meetup.

Our Friends

We have a fabulous home for our events and meetups, check out the stunner of a venue – Cafe Plenty.

The brilliant team at Pragmatic Web host our WordPress website which helps our Brighton based community come together and share online.

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