Business Calendar

June28

Introduction to Bookkeeping at BRAVE Enterprise

Whether you are running a new business and have no knowledge of bookkeeping or if you are already trading and want to make sure your systems are corre

June29

Growing Gloucestershire Conference

A firm fixture on the business calendar since 2003, the annual Growing Gloucestershire Conference brings business professionals together for one day t

June29

Business Management Basics at BRAVE Enterprise

What do you need to make a business work for you?? This workshop provides you with essential tools and techniques of running and maintaining your

June29

Business Planning and Finance for Startups in Bristol

Designed to support potential and new entrepreneurs, this in-depth workshop helps to create and develop robust, investment-ready business plans and fi

Bristol News

  • Opinion: Even more links from Bristol Airport to overseas hubs

    Opinion: Even more links from Bristol Airport to overseas hubs

  • Team at Bristol office of Colliers International expands

    Team at Bristol office of Colliers International expands

  • Big interview: Savita Custead, chief executive of the Bristol Natural History Consortium

    Big interview: Savita Custead, chief executive of the Bristol Natural History Consortium

  • Leave or Remain? Which way are Bristol's biggest businesses voting at the EU referendum

    Leave or Remain? Which way are Bristol's biggest businesses voting at the EU referendum

  • Why you should sign the Armed Forces Covenant

    Why you should sign the Armed Forces Covenant

  • £900million up for grabs - but only if you speak the language

    £900million up for grabs - but only if you speak the language

Bath News

  • Former Bath chapel part of new homes and restaurant development on Lower Borough Walls

    Former Bath chapel part of new homes and restaurant development on Lower Borough Walls

  • Mark Wray Architects of Bath beats competition to design new Woodland Trust visitor centre

    Mark Wray Architects of Bath beats competition to design new Woodland Trust visitor centre

  • Decision date for plans to transform Bath's Grade II-Listed Colonnades pushed back

    Decision date for plans to transform Bath's Grade II-Listed Colonnades pushed back

  • One week until BANES councillors vote on west of England devolution deal

    One week until BANES councillors vote on west of England devolution deal

  • Anne Williams, Managing Director of Power Direct Ltd, on the effect of Brexit on the energy industry

    Anne Williams, Managing Director of Power Direct Ltd, on the effect of Brexit on the energy industry

  • Bath education law firm Stone King open new office in Leeds

    Bath education law firm Stone King open new office in Leeds

Gloucestershire News

  • Brexit: Business needs clarity from Government quickly – Ian Mean, Business West

    Brexit: Business needs clarity from Government quickly – Ian Mean, Business West

  • We're out: UK has voted to leave EU

    We're out: UK has voted to leave EU

  • UK now needs decisive leadership post decision to leave the EU

    UK now needs decisive leadership post decision to leave the EU

  • Ransom to be paid by Cheltenham salon Stuart Holmes after cyber attack

    Ransom to be paid by Cheltenham salon Stuart Holmes after cyber attack

  •  County charities to benefit as Cass-Stephens' team take on Gloucester Marathon

    County charities to benefit as Cass-Stephens' team take on Gloucester Marathon

  • Glastonbury 2016: Big hit at music festival - PKL's secret kitchens

    Glastonbury 2016: Big hit at music festival - PKL's secret kitchens

Swindon & Wiltshire News

  • 'Treat every contract bid as a bespoke marketing campaign', urges New Business Award winner

    'Treat every contract bid as a bespoke marketing campaign', urges New Business Award winner

  • Swindon solar farm sold in big renewables deal

    Swindon solar farm sold in big renewables deal

  • Swindon-based energy business Npower to cut 2,500 jobs

    Swindon-based energy business Npower to cut 2,500 jobs

  • 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

Somerset News

  • Invoice finance deal helps housekeeping firm grow at a tidy pace

    Invoice finance deal helps housekeeping firm grow at a tidy pace

  • Architects celebrate opening of 'fabulous' pier visitors' centre

    Architects celebrate opening of 'fabulous' pier visitors' centre

  • Grand Pier invests £200,000 in new games to bring in the visitors

    Grand Pier invests £200,000 in new games to bring in the visitors

  • Pioneering pharmacy helps spot early signs of dementia in customers

    Pioneering pharmacy helps spot early signs of dementia in customers

  • Enterprise agency boss recognised for long lasting contribution to business

    Enterprise agency boss recognised for long lasting contribution to business

  • Work starts building new homes in North Somerset

    Work starts building new homes in North Somerset