Sectors

Construction & Commercial Property

  • Office space expected to be in demand – reflecting rise and rise of Gloucester

    Office space expected to be in demand – reflecting rise and rise of Gloucester

  • Construction industry event to take place in Bristol

    Construction industry event to take place in Bristol

  • Former MD of Barnwood Construction signs off in style

    Former MD of Barnwood Construction signs off in style

  • 100 jobs secured after TFN Landscapes completes £1.8m relocation

    100 jobs secured after TFN Landscapes completes £1.8m relocation

  • Electrical contractors highly commended at National Apprenticeship Awards 2017

    Electrical contractors highly commended at National Apprenticeship Awards 2017

  • House builder is latest tenant at Bristol office space Aztec West

    House builder is latest tenant at Bristol office space Aztec West

Transport

  • Ryan Air and Michael O'Leary will continue to fly high, claims branding expert

    Ryan Air and Michael O'Leary will continue to fly high, claims branding expert

  • Coach operator Bakers Dolphin steps in to save jobs

    Coach operator Bakers Dolphin steps in to save jobs

  • Logistics firm picks up 280,000 sq ft warehouse

    Logistics firm picks up 280,000 sq ft warehouse

  • Traffic update: Lorry crash on M5 shuts Strensham Services and leads to miles of rush-hour diversions

    Traffic update: Lorry crash on M5 shuts Strensham Services and leads to miles of rush-hour diversions

  • M5 fatal crash: The investigation enters a fourth day

    M5 fatal crash: The investigation enters a fourth day

  • M5 fatal crash investigation continues as lane on motorway remains closed today

    M5 fatal crash investigation continues as lane on motorway remains closed today

Digital & Hi-tech

  • Santander offering Bristol residents free fish and chips in return for scam emails

    Santander offering Bristol residents free fish and chips in return for scam emails

  • Bristol inventor scoops top prize with low-cost robot

    Bristol inventor scoops top prize with low-cost robot

  • New gigabit network promising digital solution for Gloucester and Cheltenham

    New gigabit network promising digital solution for Gloucester and Cheltenham

  • Free digital events to help businesses taking place in Bristol

    Free digital events to help businesses taking place in Bristol

  • More riders on menu for Deliveroo as service expands in Cheltenham

    More riders on menu for Deliveroo as service expands in Cheltenham

  • Tech event will explore South West's smart future

    Tech event will explore South West's smart future

Professional Services News

  • Law firm continues expansion with appointment of new private client expert

    Law firm continues expansion with appointment of new private client expert

  • Monitoring your employees’ communications: how far can you go? Matthew Clayton of Willans LLP solicitors

    Monitoring your employees’ communications: how far can you go? Matthew Clayton of Willans LLP solicitors

  • Bristol's best-performing law firms named in Legal 500 2017

    Bristol's best-performing law firms named in Legal 500 2017

  • Businesses urged to prepare for new data protection regulation

    Businesses urged to prepare for new data protection regulation

  • Old Mill leaps five places in a year in Accountancy Age's Top 50-plus-50

    Old Mill leaps five places in a year in Accountancy Age's Top 50-plus-50

  • Retirement saving not as rosy as figures suggest: Stuart Price, Quantum Advisory

    Retirement saving not as rosy as figures suggest: Stuart Price, Quantum Advisory

Retail & Tourism News

  • Bristol cheese business scoops prize at Great British Cheese Awards

    Bristol cheese business scoops prize at Great British Cheese Awards

  • Lidl reveals 20 new jobs – and detail of bargains awaiting customers at new Gloucester store

    Lidl reveals 20 new jobs – and detail of bargains awaiting customers at new Gloucester store

  • Restaurant industry confident despite challenges of Brexit uncertainty

    Restaurant industry confident despite challenges of Brexit uncertainty

  • Bristol business owner named Worldpay Everywoman in Retail Ambassador

    Bristol business owner named Worldpay Everywoman in Retail Ambassador

  • Cheltenham clothing store closes its doors after 25 years

    Cheltenham clothing store closes its doors after 25 years

  • Superdry leather jacket designed by Julian Dunkerton and James Holder sells for an amazing price

    Superdry leather jacket designed by Julian Dunkerton and James Holder sells for an amazing price

Engineering & Aerospace News

  • BAE Systems’ Eurofighter Typhoon cuts will be watched closely in South West

    BAE Systems’ Eurofighter Typhoon cuts will be watched closely in South West

  • Bristol engineering firm passes £10m revenue mark for first time in 30-year history

    Bristol engineering firm passes £10m revenue mark for first time in 30-year history

  • Renishaw’s founder awarded honorary doctorate

    Renishaw’s founder awarded honorary doctorate

  • US trade 220 per cent tariff on Bombardier criticised by voice of South West aerospace

    US trade 220 per cent tariff on Bombardier criticised by voice of South West aerospace

  • What will create nearly 20,000 new jobs and hundreds of apprenticeships?

    What will create nearly 20,000 new jobs and hundreds of apprenticeships?

  • Multi-million pound university technical college Berkeley GREEN opens

    Multi-million pound university technical college Berkeley GREEN opens

Energy News

  • Businessman pumped £7m into F1 team Manor Racing before it folded

    Businessman pumped £7m into F1 team Manor Racing before it folded

  • Bristol hotel wins award for environmental excellence

    Bristol hotel wins award for environmental excellence

  • We reveal the West of England Green 50 - now it's up to you to rank them

    We reveal the West of England Green 50 - now it's up to you to rank them

  • 10 ways to make your business more sustainable

    10 ways to make your business more sustainable

  • Just one Gloucestershire firm makes Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250

    Just one Gloucestershire firm makes Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250

  • EDF Music festival hits right notes for Breast Cancer Now

    EDF Music festival hits right notes for Breast Cancer Now

Manufacturing News

  • SuperGroup's Julian Dunkerton expands family business with Gloucestershire's biggest cider factory

    SuperGroup's Julian Dunkerton expands family business with Gloucestershire's biggest cider factory

  • SLG puts beauty product manufacturer for Zoella and Superdry up for sale

    SLG puts beauty product manufacturer for Zoella and Superdry up for sale

  • EU membership secures UK new trade deal with Canada

    EU membership secures UK new trade deal with Canada

  • Why BMW boss’s Brexit warning will be listened to in Gloucestershire

    Why BMW boss’s Brexit warning will be listened to in Gloucestershire

  • Wasps Rugby has designs on Gloucestershire-based Robert Welch

    Wasps Rugby has designs on Gloucestershire-based Robert Welch

  • Cotswolds technology used in landmark operation

    Cotswolds technology used in landmark operation