City’s leading digital executives to meet the Queen

Phil Jones, managing director of Wired Sussex
Phil Jones, managing director of Wired Sussex

A delegation of digital entrepreneurs has been invited to Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen.

A delegation of digital entrepreneurs has been invited to Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen.

The group of nine business people has been asked to attend a reception honouring the United Kingdom’s technology sector on Monday.

Those invited are Paul Doleman, cheief executive of iCrossing; Darren Fell,chief executive of Crunch; Phil Jones, managing director of Wired Sussex; Anna Lewis, co-founder of Valobox; Antony Mayfield, chief executive of Brilliant Noise; Alex Morrison, managing director of Cogapp; Jonathan Satchell, chief executive of Learning Technologies Group; Juliet Tzabar, chief executive of Plug-in Media; and Ian Wakeman, founder of TribeHive.

The invitation comes as evidence that Brighton is fast-establishing itself as one of the country’s foremost destinations for digital enterprises.

Phil Jones, of Wired Sussex, was delighted by the invitation. He said: “This is further recognition of the growth and credibility of Brighton’s digital cluster.

“Those of us who have been invited are really just a small representative sample of all the many talented individuals who have helped Brighton’s unique and highly creative digital sector to grow and prosper.”