The Brunswick Town Charitable Trust (registered charity No.
1012216) was formed in 1992 to support the development of The Regency
Town House heritage centre, a museum focussing on the architectural and
social history of Brighton & Hove. This heritage centre was unusual
in being one of the first to explore the use of digital technology to
capture, interpret and present historical records.
the Trust formed Adaptive Technologies Limited to market the skills it
had acquired at designing and developing websites and in-house
multimedia. Since that time, the company has supplied multimedia
presentations, websites and ICT consultancy to an impressive list of
commercial and cultural heritage clients. These include major museums,
galleries and tourist attractions, as well as several large public
Although enjoying the challenge of diversity, the
company has never lost sight of its main strengths - helping to meet
the needs of those working in heritage and education for innovative and
affordable ICT solutions. Hence our strap line;
Websites by museum people, for museum people.
understand the issues that heritage organisations face as they respond
to the demands of Lifelong Learning, NGfL, NOF and similar initiatives
and we are firmly committed to the provision of solutions that are
fully accessible to all users. As a result of our experience,
members of our staff have served on the Academic Advisory Board at the
University of Sussex and have been invited to join the National
Heritage Memorial Fund's Directory of Expert Advisors, appraising
Lottery funded projects concerning heritage and education.
coastal location in the heart of Brighton & Hove offers an
excellent living and working environment within the Sussex academic
corridor and provides fast rail links to London and beyond. The offices
house the technical facility, provide for administrative support and
offer presentation and conference rooms that can seat up to 50 people.
the company is wholly owned by a charitable trust to which it covenants
its profits each year, it is not under pressure to pay dividends to
independent shareholders. Rather, it is free to invest in the people
and technologies that can enable it to deliver the best value and
service to its clients.
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