Business Calendar

September08

Tapas Tuesday: Business Networking Made Tasty

WSP Solicitors invite you to their informal networking event Tapas Tuesday, which takes place at Sebz Tapas Restaurant in Gloucester. Meet

September10

Three Big Breakfasts, staged by Bruton Knowles

Big Breakfast will showcase the Cheltenham Literature Festival, with director Jane Furze giving delegates a behind-the-scenes glimpse of what it is li

September10

Improve Your Productivity Workshop - A fresh perspective

Do you want your manufacturing business to be more productive but aren’t doing enough about it? 84% of manufacturers tell us they need to impr

September15

Safeguarding your brand: the legal and tax implications of intellectual property

CIM Gloucestershire is joined by local experts from Willans LLP solicitors and Randall & Payne accountants to talk about the legal and tax conside

Bristol News

  • Bristol Enterprise Zone on the way to creating 17,000 jobs with hundreds of businesses

    Bristol Enterprise Zone on the way to creating 17,000 jobs with hundreds of businesses

  • Bristol home to biggest commercial property office investment deal in the UK

    Bristol home to biggest commercial property office investment deal in the UK

  • First bus operator to have recruitment day in Bristol to look for more drivers

    First bus operator to have recruitment day in Bristol to look for more drivers

  • South Wales's biggest domestic cleaning firm to expand into Bristol offering 50 new jobs

    South Wales's biggest domestic cleaning firm to expand into Bristol offering 50 new jobs

  • Logistic firm Cronus, based in Bristol, in the finals for industry award

    Logistic firm Cronus, based in Bristol, in the finals for industry award

  • Triodos Bank reports strong growth as it releases half-year report

    Triodos Bank reports strong growth as it releases half-year report

Bath News

  • A new design team has been appointed at the Cleveland Pools Trust

    A new design team has been appointed at the Cleveland Pools Trust

  • Bath’s Jane Austen Centre has been presented with a 2015 VisitEngland Accolade

    Bath’s Jane Austen Centre has been presented with a 2015 VisitEngland Accolade

  • A Bath consultancy has been short listed for a national award for its work with the NHS

    A Bath consultancy has been short listed for a national award for its work with the NHS

  • Three high-profile businesses will be battling out to have their website named best in the city

    Three high-profile businesses will be battling out to have their website named best in the city

  • Bath law firm Mogers Drewett has promoted three members of staff

    Bath law firm Mogers Drewett has promoted three members of staff

  • Bath Bakery has continued to grow its bread empire with the opening of a new store

    Bath Bakery has continued to grow its bread empire with the opening of a new store

Gloucestershire News

  • Gloucester Rugby kit designer XBlades enjoys record-breaking year

    Gloucester Rugby kit designer XBlades enjoys record-breaking year

  • Woodland with Laurie Lee connections on market through Bruton Knowles

    Woodland with Laurie Lee connections on market through Bruton Knowles

  • Trio of organisations unite to raise awareness of apprenticeships in Stroud district

    Trio of organisations unite to raise awareness of apprenticeships in Stroud district

  • Incentives uncertainty highlighted by Cheltenham-based Forever Green Energy founder Ben Williams

    Incentives uncertainty highlighted by Cheltenham-based Forever Green Energy founder Ben Williams

  • Executives of Clarks and Carluccio's looking forward to Gloucester Quays Outlet openings

    Executives of Clarks and Carluccio's looking forward to Gloucester Quays Outlet openings

  • Cancer survivor Millie Bywater, 16, officially opens new Vision Express store in Cheltenham

    Cancer survivor Millie Bywater, 16, officially opens new Vision Express store in Cheltenham

Swindon & Wiltshire News

  • Former Army officer who served as peacekeeper in Kosovo and Iraq now resolves conflicts in the workplace

    Former Army officer who served as peacekeeper in Kosovo and Iraq now resolves conflicts in the workplace

  • No, it’s not gone around the bend – Wiltshire business Openit twins toilets with overseas latrines for charity

    No, it’s not gone around the bend – Wiltshire business Openit twins toilets with overseas latrines for charity

  • Video: Wiltshire businessman overcomes the odds to raise more than £600 by swimming for charity

    Video: Wiltshire businessman overcomes the odds to raise more than £600 by swimming for charity

  • Global energy company Belectric buys solar farm near Swindon being built to power 12,000 homes

    Global energy company Belectric buys solar farm near Swindon being built to power 12,000 homes

  • Chippenham Town FC unveils electric new signing

    Chippenham Town FC unveils electric new signing

  • Wiltshire recruitment firm TRAK opens Bristol office and hopes to expand further

    Wiltshire recruitment firm TRAK opens Bristol office and hopes to expand further

Somerset News

  • Leisure operator signs 10-year deal with Clevedon's Hand Stadium to set up a new gym

    Leisure operator signs 10-year deal with Clevedon's Hand Stadium to set up a new gym

  • Thatchers Cider opens pub next door to its Somerset mill after £1 million refurbishment of The Railway Inn

    Thatchers Cider opens pub next door to its Somerset mill after £1 million refurbishment of The Railway Inn

  • From a dog groomer to stone mason, 28 new businesses start in North Somerset with a little help from enterprise agency

    From a dog groomer to stone mason, 28 new businesses start in North Somerset with a little help from enterprise agency

  • Somerset mail company CFH Docmail buys Scottish rival to save jobs and protect services

    Somerset mail company CFH Docmail buys Scottish rival to save jobs and protect services

  • Power systems manufacturer proves SMEs can outmanoeuvre big boys with big Heathrow contract win

    Power systems manufacturer proves SMEs can outmanoeuvre big boys with big Heathrow contract win

  • Digby Jones joins the board of Somerset family business Thatchers Cider

    Digby Jones joins the board of Somerset family business Thatchers Cider