What is Brighton Digital Women?
Brighton Digital Women is a community of people from all sorts of digital backgrounds. Everyone is welcome at our relaxed, friendly meetups.
Once a month we invite speakers to help us explore different digital themes. After the talks, we open the floor to questions and facilitate a discussion around that month’s topic. Our community is a friendly place where those new to public speaking can develop their skills in a chilled environment.
Together we chat about our challenges and collaborate on projects. You’ll always bump into someone who can help you with a problem you’re facing at work, be it coding, design, content, or personal development. One of our core goals is to assist in the move towards gender parity in all aspects of the digital marketing industry. Find out more about us and our purposes for existing.
Get in touch if you’d like to give a talk or contribute to our growing blog. If you want to be involved on an ongoing basis, check out our contributors page. We’re keen to find people passionate about getting behind our cause.
How do you get into digital? Brighton Digital Festival Event!
Wednesday 26th September, 6.30pm, Propellernet.
The digital sector is changing all the time and new jobs emerge every day. So if you want to embark on a digital career, where do you even start?
Join Brighton Digital Women and a panel of digital professionals to ask any questions you have on getting into digital. From education and training, salaries and pensions, starting your own business to beer fridges and office dogs.
Rachel Finch is the Founder of Brighton Digital Women and Digital Marketing Manager at Site Visibility. Rachel’s experience covers SEO, PPC, website development and content, both in-house and agency.
Lana Burgess is a freelance writer and content strategist. She specialises in health, wellbeing and marketing, as well as Co-Founder of Brighton Digital Women.
Allegra Chapman is the Engagement Manager at Cobb Digital. She leads the social media and content team. She’s also one of the Co-Founders of Brighton Digital Women.
Natasha Woodford is MD and Director of Recruitment at Clockwork Talent, specialist recruiters for the digital marketing and eCommerce sector.
Kayleigh Rogers is Web Analyst at 1st CENTRAL. She manages all web analytics products and shares data insights with the rest of the company. Kayleigh began her career in development, and moved into an analytics role four years ago.
Pre-Brighton SEO Breakfast
Friday 28th September, 8am – 9am, The Breakfast Club
It’s the highlight of the year for digital marketers. The best minds in the industry gather at the beach (or next to it) for BrightonSEO to share their knowledge, learn about the latest developments and have one heck of a good time.
Before all that gets started, you’re going to need a good breakfast.
We love BrightonSEO! Not just for the awesome talks but also for the chance to meet digital professionals from around the world. So we’re back with another networking breakfast. Come and chat, make conference buddies, and have a massive stack of pancakes to set you up for the day!
Our Partners and Sponsors
Join with us and support the push for gender parity and a passionate, developing female digital workforce!