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18 September 2007

A tale of two cities

"Brighton has a vibrant developer community and rich cosmopolitan culture" says Linden Labs' director of marketing Catherine Smith, in this week's New Media Age, as Second Life opened their UK offices and started hiring in London by the sea.

It's shaping up to be a real battle for the UK's second digital city, as Brighton squares up to the BBC's move to Manchester. Both of them are eminently well equipped for new media firms fed up of London - good locations and great variety of lifestyles to attract staff away from the capital. And of course, both with good local NUJ links! What more could you want?

1 Comments:

At 7:54 am, Anonymous Peppone said...

and avoid paying london weighting :-)

of course the BBC FS pension scheame may save mony by moving people out of london is the LW pensionable ?

 

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