Business Calendar

January18

Cyber Security Networking Breakfast

The key speaker at the breakfast will be Professor Richard Benham, the World’s first Professor of Cyber Security Management and soon to head up

January18

Professional marketer’s networking event, Bristol

Professional marketers in Bristol are next meeting up on 18 January 2017  at the Hope and Anchor pub on Jacob's Well Road for a social networking

January18

Understanding and measuring marketing effectiveness

At this CIM event in Gloucester on 18 January, Chartered Marketer Luan Wise, will provide an overview of the current marketing landscape and the outlo

January24

Planning for Business Growth at BRAVE Enterprise

This workshop is for existing business owners who have aspirations to grow their business and want to start to develop a focused strategy to move your

Bristol News

  • Hope for the best but plan for the worst message of May's Brexit speech

    Hope for the best but plan for the worst message of May's Brexit speech

  • Nailsea-based GE Oil & Gas gets Government finance for Ghana scheme

    Nailsea-based GE Oil & Gas gets Government finance for Ghana scheme

  • Industry expert warns of implications to Imperial Tobacco of BAT deal

    Industry expert warns of implications to Imperial Tobacco of BAT deal

  • Dyson to expand its team of software engineers in Bristol

    Dyson to expand its team of software engineers in Bristol

  • Rolls-Royce agrees to pay £671 million to settle bribery and corruption claims

    Rolls-Royce agrees to pay £671 million to settle bribery and corruption claims

  • Care provider scores for quality of its hospitality

    Care provider scores for quality of its hospitality

Bath News

  • Building work starts on new Bath College construction skills centre

    Building work starts on new Bath College construction skills centre

  • All former Bath Bakery shops bought by Parsons to be open by end of this week

    All former Bath Bakery shops bought by Parsons to be open by end of this week

  • Chartered accountancy firm with offices in Bath to merge with Taunton counterpart

    Chartered accountancy firm with offices in Bath to merge with Taunton counterpart

  • Andrews Property Group confirm passing away of board member and longtime employee

    Andrews Property Group confirm passing away of board member and longtime employee

  • Get Fit For Business: Bath Chronicle, Bath BID and Business West networking at Bailbrook House Hotel

    Get Fit For Business: Bath Chronicle, Bath BID and Business West networking at Bailbrook House Hotel

  • Developers confirm new £19m casino development in Sawclose, Bath will open in Spring 2018

    Developers confirm new £19m casino development in Sawclose, Bath will open in Spring 2018

Gloucestershire News

  • Gloucestershire Awards 2017: Key dates to reserve in your diary

    Gloucestershire Awards 2017: Key dates to reserve in your diary

  • Green and pleasant land should not be sacrosanct: Ian Mean, Business West

    Green and pleasant land should not be sacrosanct: Ian Mean, Business West

  • Little Mix-up at Kingsholm as demand for girl band tickets causes chaos

    Little Mix-up at Kingsholm as demand for girl band tickets causes chaos

  • Gloucester's waterfront: Five reason why it is going to be will be THE place to live

    Gloucester's waterfront: Five reason why it is going to be will be THE place to live

  • Black Magic coming to Kingsholm: Little Mix to play Gloucester Rugby stadium

    Black Magic coming to Kingsholm: Little Mix to play Gloucester Rugby stadium

  • Disaster warning at Gloucestershire Airport over drone threat

    Disaster warning at Gloucestershire Airport over drone threat

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