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i-Jam Media, who are an advertising sales agency based in Hastings, have announced that they are working with the prestigious TEDxBrighton event again this year and will be securing sponsorship for this year’s event.

The Brighton TEDx talks are independently organised by a volunteer team and have grown rapidly over the last few years and is now a sell-out event with over 1000 delegates attending 2014’s event, which is held at the Brighton Dome. The delegates themselves come from a wide range of industries from tech start-ups to global corporations and the public sector and anyone in technology, education and design (which, incidentally, is what TED stands for) will be there to hear the speakers talk on a whole range of diverse topics.

The one-day event is held on the 30th October and has a theme on Losing Control. The line-up of speakers has already been announced. There will also be another one-day event called the ‘Ideas Lab’, which will showcase emerging technologies such as start-ups and other businesses from across the region.

If you are interested in going along then please visit their website here where you can find out about who is speaking and where to get tickets. Likewise, if your business could benefit from being associated with TEDxBrighton then please call i-Jam Media today on 01424 205481 or visit their website here. There are opportunities to find out about sponsorship (some options are sold out) and advertising on the day to the delegates.

Are you great with words and have a passion for football? Then you might be very interested in applying for this unique opportunity.

We’ve been asked by local media agency i-Jam Media to let you all know that their client www.hitc.com (Here is the City) is offering three paid internships during the world cup. This is an excellent opportunity to get your writing skills across to million of visitors to the site and work for a globally recognised news site from home!

Here’s the overview:


HITC are looking for World Cup interns. Interested? Then apply today

HITC have a maximum of 3 paid internships up for grabs for the duration of the World Cup, and are running a competition for individuals interested in working with one of football’s fastest-growing websites.

They are looking for talented individuals who can demonstrate a sound general knowledge of football, have excellent writing and analytical abilities, and a strong social media footprint.

HITC’s successful football franchise launched just two years ago,  and now has between 10-15m visits a month with writers in Australia, France, Mexico,  Mongolia, Sweden, the UK and the United States.

Interested candidates should simply send in an email to vic.daniels@hereisthecity.com with the subject line: HITC World Cup Intern Competition.

Further details will then be provided.

Deadline for entries – Friday, 23rd May, 2014

Creative Media Centre based advertising sales agency i-Jam Media is celebrating after securing the contract to run the advertising sales for the UK’s largest fast food and quick service restaurant trade magazine, Quickbite Magazine.


Quickbite Magazine advertising sales are now done by Hastings based i-Jam Media

The magazine, recently acquired by MVH Media Ltd who are based in Wrexham, North Wales and are the media arm of the LAF Holding Group with a turnover of £500m per annum chose i-Jam as they have the contacts and experience in this market.

Managing director of i-Jam media, Ian Lydon-James said. “Quickbite is a superb magazine and with MVH Media at the helm, a bright future looks guaranteed. We are extremely pleased to have been selected and with the relaunch issue already under our belt are already securing advertising with supplier and brands who want to reach its 26,000 readers each month.”

The magazine is available both in print and digital formats and is freely available as an app on Apple News Stand, Google Play and Kindle. The free digital version of the magazine is the most popular format for the magazines readers.

To find our more about Quickbite Magazine please go to their website here.