Business Calendar

February11

PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS WITH PR AT BRAVE ENTERPRISE

This half-day workshop led by Paul Mullins is for anyone who wants to learn how to promote their business with free publicity through both print and s

February12

Industry Innovation Partnerships Workshop

Some of the most complex business challenges are solved through university-industry collaboration projects. Aimed at SMEs looking to develop and inn

February15

MARKETING ON A SHOESTRING AT BRAVE ENTERPRISE

This half-day workshop led by Sandra McNeill is for all those who have an interest in cost-effective marketing of their business and wish to develop t

February15

IMPROVE YOUR TIME MANAGEMENT AT BRAVE ENTERPRISE

This half-day workshop led by Sandra McNeill is for anyone who wants to learn practical skills to manage their time more effectively. Developing tech

Bristol News

  • Bristol is the best place to start a business, research finds

    Bristol is the best place to start a business, research finds

  • Opinion: Economy is resilient despite headwinds, writes Bank of England South West agent Stephen Collins

    Opinion: Economy is resilient despite headwinds, writes Bank of England South West agent Stephen Collins

  • Bristol City Council launches online system to make it easier for SMEs to win contracts

    Bristol City Council launches online system to make it easier for SMEs to win contracts

  • Bristol and Bath Women in Business Awards: The finalists revealed

    Bristol and Bath Women in Business Awards: The finalists revealed

  • Businesswoman realises dream to start her own agency after 20 years' hard work

    Businesswoman realises dream to start her own agency after 20 years' hard work

  • Boiler installation firm sets £10,000 charity fundraising target to celebrate £10 million turnover milestone

    Boiler installation firm sets £10,000 charity fundraising target to celebrate £10 million turnover milestone

Bath News

  • Extra £1.8 million given to B&NES Council to help plug funding gap

    Extra £1.8 million given to B&NES Council to help plug funding gap

  • South west residents and businesses invited to have their say on new rail link to Heathrow

    South west residents and businesses invited to have their say on new rail link to Heathrow

  • Full steam ahead for Metro West rail project but will Saltford Station go ahead?

    Full steam ahead for Metro West rail project but will Saltford Station go ahead?

  • Council to rule on whether Pinesgate development should be built

    Council to rule on whether Pinesgate development should be built

  • First evolution study centre in UK could be built at University of Bath

    First evolution study centre in UK could be built at University of Bath

  • Teaming up for new prospects

    Teaming up for new prospects

Gloucestershire News

  • Kick off: Forest Green Rovers Football Club Business Tournament launches

    Kick off: Forest Green Rovers Football Club Business Tournament launches

  • Pied Piper Appeals for punters to take up Ladies day Cheltenham Festival offer

    Pied Piper Appeals for punters to take up Ladies day Cheltenham Festival offer

  • Campaign for Business Improvement District for Cheltenham launched

    Campaign for Business Improvement District for Cheltenham launched

  • Pictures: Chipping Campden Business Forum’s Business West networking breakfast (February 2016)

    Pictures: Chipping Campden Business Forum’s Business West networking breakfast (February 2016)

  • Big Interview: Jeannie Cohen-Brand of The Growth Hub - Higher appprenticeships at University of Gloucestershire

    Big Interview: Jeannie Cohen-Brand of The Growth Hub - Higher appprenticeships at University of Gloucestershire

  • Two Gloucestershire businessmen seek wild life as Oak and Furrows charity trustees

    Two Gloucestershire businessmen seek wild life as Oak and Furrows charity trustees

Swindon & Wiltshire News

  • Good Energy commissions new 5MW Doreset solar farm business - and wins planning permission for three more

    Good Energy commissions new 5MW Doreset solar farm business - and wins planning permission for three more

  • Automotive learning and development agency relocates in order to drive growth

    Automotive learning and development agency relocates in order to drive growth

  • Wiltshire based Alliance Pharma in £127.5m acquisition of Sinclair IS Pharma

    Wiltshire based Alliance Pharma in £127.5m acquisition of Sinclair IS Pharma

  • Karen Cunningham gets ready for the Kensington Dollshouse Festival

    Karen Cunningham gets ready for the Kensington Dollshouse Festival

  • Wiltshire Shooting Centre business hits bullseye for MacMillan Cancer Support

    Wiltshire Shooting Centre business hits bullseye for MacMillan Cancer Support

  • Chippenham Rugby Club covered by sponsorship deal with roofing business Metrotile UK

    Chippenham Rugby Club covered by sponsorship deal with roofing business Metrotile UK

Somerset News

  • Big Interview: From cowshed to showroom, how kitchen company topped £1 million turnover

    Big Interview: From cowshed to showroom, how kitchen company topped £1 million turnover

  • George Osborne 'confident Hinkley will be built and jobs will come' to West Country

    George Osborne 'confident Hinkley will be built and jobs will come' to West Country

  • Shared love of trains leads to new board appointment for telecoms firm

    Shared love of trains leads to new board appointment for telecoms firm

  • Firm makes room at its offices for other creative businesses

    Firm makes room at its offices for other creative businesses

  • Storm Frank wrecks part of Weston-super-Mare pier

    Storm Frank wrecks part of Weston-super-Mare pier

  • Police station set to become retirement apartments

    Police station set to become retirement apartments