A She-Says Brighton event © www.lighttrick.co.uk
A She-Says Brighton event © www.lighttrick.co.uk



Thursday 13 September 2012

Networking & Talks for women in the digital and creative industries

Do you crumble when someone asks what you do? Do you pull a face when you have to say your job title? Why can't you blow your own trumpet? Who do you think you are? What's your elevator pitch?

Illustration © Brigitte Sutherland
Illustration © Brigitte Sutherland

Lighthouse is delighted to host another SheSays Brighton event which offers women high quality talks and free networking opportunities. The event is entitled “What’s Your Story?”… identity and image.

The speaker for this event is PR guru Tracey Allen who’s worked in Brighton for over 15 years in event management. She’s worked in the travel industry, broadcast media and charity sector and, was part of the team that produced the Brighton Marathon. In January she launched her own PR consultancy (SEA). Her first contract was the Organising Committee of the Olympic Games – London 2012. Tracey is fearless, creative and focused. Her desire to keep changing and growing has granted her an exciting career path.

This special lunchtime event is kindly supplied by Mind Orchard with support from Clearleft and hosted by Lighthouse. THERE WILL BE CUPCAKES (and a free light lunch).

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SheSays Brighton is an open group offering FREE networking events with high quality speakers. She Says is a global organisation helping empower women in the digital and creative industries.

Date: Thursday 13 September 2012

Times: 12.30-1.45pm

Venue: Lighthouse, 28 Kensington St, Brighton BN1 4AJ

Booking: This event is free but you must register here: shesaysbrighton-whats-your-story.eventbrite.co.uk

Brighton Digital Festival is a celebration of digital culture. It is run by members of Brighton’s arts and digital communities, administered by Wired Sussex in association with Lighthouse and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.



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