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Brighton Journal | 25th May 2020

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Social Enterprises in England hit hard by coronavirus

22nd May 2020 |

“We will not make through this” says retail enterpriser, John. John desperately needs access to the Small Business Grant Fund or retail specific grants. “However, as we operate as a concession and do not have our own premises, we do … Read More

Meet Brighton’s sausage guru: Dave Barr

29th April 2020 |

You’ve all heard of Brighton Sausage Co. haven’t you? It’s an independent, artisan maker of some of the finest produce anywhere in Sussex, they specialise in sausages, as you might have guessed, but there is more than that. … Read More

Do you need help spreading the word about your business?

11th July 2019 |

We have a strong bond with the local community here at Brighton Journal – it’s at the forefront of everything we do. And that ethos extends to local businesses, after all, we’re a local enterprise ourselves. We work closely alongside … Read More

A Guide to Online Success: connecting through Content Marketing

4th February 2019 |

Content marketing is not only the future of advertising, but it is thriving in the current online climate. Brighton Journal have developed a guide on how you can leapfrog your business competitors. Connecting with your target market in a way … Read More

The Projects: Brighton’s stunning co-working member’s club EVERYONE is talking about

29th November 2018 |

This November, a revolution has arrived. The future of co-working in Brighton is set to change the way freelancers, start-up companies, and small businesses both operate and thrive. The answer? The Projects. 

 

 

Found at 8-9 Ship Street, The … Read More

‘She Can. She Did’ Invites Female Entrepreneurs to The Midweek Mingle

31st October 2018 |

Calling all female founders and aspiring entrepreneurs, this event is not to be missed. She Can. She Did invites you to the Brighton leg of the ‘Midweek Mingle’, an opportunity to meet fellow like-minded business women, working and living right here in … Read More

Hackathon event in Brighton targets gender inequality in the workplace

3rd October 2018 |

Brighton welcomes the hackathon known as SINC_HACK >17%. As part of the Brighton Digital Festival and Ada Lovelace Day, Sussex Innovation Centre will be hosting the free event to celebrate diversity in the workplace. Situated on the University of Sussex campus, the … Read More

Brighton Named as the UK’s ‘Start Up Capital’

7th June 2018 |

In a report released yesterday looking into the strength’s and successes of businesses across the country, Brighton was named as the UK’s ‘Start Up Capital’, as well as being described as being on it’s way to becoming “the UK’s hub … Read More

Brighton Economics Professor Warns Of The Dangers of Unequal Pay

18th January 2018 |

When employees discover that colleagues doing similar work are paid more than they are it can destroy their job satisfaction and lead to psychological and physical illnesses, according to research co-led by the University of Brighton.

When staff feel ill-treated, … Read More

Brighton And Hove Living Wage Campaign

30th August 2017 |

Some of you may have heard of this campaign which launched in 2012 which encourages local businesses to pay employees a decent hourly rate of £8.45.

This is an amount which allows a person to live rather than just survive. All … Read More