Business Calendar

August13

Bristol Connected - The Future of Flight

There's always a good buzz and it's also a chance to meet the Bristol Post Business team. Hope you can make it!? Bristol Connected is a regular netwo

August18

Boost#5 - 4 Steps to Successful Sales

For this Boost event we welcome guest speaker, Karen Dunne Squire, founder of Elation Sales.  This interactive session will help

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

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 company appointed preferred bidder on Hinkley Point C project

    Bristol company appointed preferred bidder on Hinkley Point C project

  • Events firm Fosters crowns remarkable turnaround with Soil Association charter mark

    Events firm Fosters crowns remarkable turnaround with Soil Association charter mark

  • Bristol business challenges staff to find unusual ways to get to work... from roller skates to unicycles

    Bristol business challenges staff to find unusual ways to get to work... from roller skates to unicycles

  • Third senior IT appointment as Andrews estate agent puts its faith in technology

    Third senior IT appointment as Andrews estate agent puts its faith in technology

  • Enterprise Nation names Alison Edgar as Bristol champion to support new businesses across South West

    Enterprise Nation names Alison Edgar as Bristol champion to support new businesses across South West

  • Aerospace and aviation experts to share visions for future of flight at Bristol Connected on August 13

    Aerospace and aviation experts to share visions for future of flight at Bristol Connected on August 13

Bath News

  • Bath Rugby moves towards new stadium dreams

    Bath Rugby moves towards new stadium dreams

  • Bath's Moles nightclub to reopen

    Bath's Moles nightclub to reopen

  • Bishop Fleming offers work experience

    Bishop Fleming offers work experience

  • Bath IT company Systemagic supports Wiltshire Mind

    Bath IT company Systemagic supports Wiltshire Mind

  • The Bath Chronicle supports Mogers Drewett and Dorothy House with Make A Will Campaign

    The Bath Chronicle supports Mogers Drewett and Dorothy House with Make A Will Campaign

  • Bath Federation of Small Businesses blame SouthGate Effect for drop in footfall

    Bath Federation of Small Businesses blame SouthGate Effect for drop in footfall

Gloucestershire News

  • £1.3blln pot from Gloucestershire nuclear energy business EDF to drive jobs and growth

    £1.3blln pot from Gloucestershire nuclear energy business EDF to drive jobs and growth

  • Merger with Rowan Dartington brings extra £1 billion of assets to St James’s Place business

    Merger with Rowan Dartington brings extra £1 billion of assets to St James’s Place business

  • Stroud businesswoman Dottie Scott is Girls in Pearls Country Life pin-up

    Stroud businesswoman Dottie Scott is Girls in Pearls Country Life pin-up

  • Laura in the saddle for new women’s cycling programme Voxwomen Cycling Show

    Laura in the saddle for new women’s cycling programme Voxwomen Cycling Show

  • Video: New business Strikeforce Close Quarter Combat is bang on target

    Video: New business Strikeforce Close Quarter Combat is bang on target

  • Hub Bistro cafe business to offer late-night help to reformed addicts in Gloucester

    Hub Bistro cafe business to offer late-night help to reformed addicts in Gloucester

Swindon & Wiltshire News

  • 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

  • Richard Steeves, founder of Swindon business Synergy Health named EY’s 2015 Overall Entrepreneur Of The Year London & South

    Richard Steeves, founder of Swindon business Synergy Health named EY’s 2015 Overall Entrepreneur Of The Year London & South

Somerset News

  • 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

  • Record number of enquiries at yet-to-be-built Weston-super-Mare office development

    Record number of enquiries at yet-to-be-built Weston-super-Mare office development

  • The Hive plans for second phase as business centre marks its first birthday

    The Hive plans for second phase as business centre marks its first birthday