Sectors

Construction & Commercial Property

  • 1980s Pinesgate office buildings in Bath sold with planning consent for £26.5million

    1980s Pinesgate office buildings in Bath sold with planning consent for £26.5million

  • Opinion:

    Opinion: "Progress is being made" with Bristol's transport network

  • Gloucestershire businessman who conned taxpayer out of thousands sentenced for VAT fraud

    Gloucestershire businessman who conned taxpayer out of thousands sentenced for VAT fraud

  • Proctor and Stevenson moves to Easton after £1.5million investment in The Old Printworks

    Proctor and Stevenson moves to Easton after £1.5million investment in The Old Printworks

  • Prince Charles says 'I'll be dead by the time this is finished' on visit to Stroud canal project

    Prince Charles says 'I'll be dead by the time this is finished' on visit to Stroud canal project

  • Former HR director becomes one of the most influential women in the construction sector

    Former HR director becomes one of the most influential women in the construction sector

Transport

  • Bristol company wins £6.3million customer service contract with Network Rail

    Bristol company wins £6.3million customer service contract with Network Rail

  • Chauffer firm from Gloucestershire drives away with national award

    Chauffer firm from Gloucestershire drives away with national award

  • Apprentices set off on the road to a promising career with Stagecoach West

    Apprentices set off on the road to a promising career with Stagecoach West

  • Stagecoach West rolls out contactless payment

    Stagecoach West rolls out contactless payment

  • 2,500 jobs lost as distribution firm Palmer & Harvey calls in administrators

    2,500 jobs lost as distribution firm Palmer & Harvey calls in administrators

  • Bristol transport business secures funding to purchase site of former paper mill

    Bristol transport business secures funding to purchase site of former paper mill

Digital & Hi-tech

  • Bristol could be UK’s Silicon Valley, says chief secretary to Treasury

    Bristol could be UK’s Silicon Valley, says chief secretary to Treasury

  • DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre rolls out digital key concept following four-month trial

    DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre rolls out digital key concept following four-month trial

  • Last chance for South West’s brightest minds to enter active ageing challenge

    Last chance for South West’s brightest minds to enter active ageing challenge

  • Opinion: 5 ways your company can get the most out of social media platforms

    Opinion: 5 ways your company can get the most out of social media platforms

  • Jobs creation as tech firm does away with the need for login passwords

    Jobs creation as tech firm does away with the need for login passwords

  • The apps to help you actually stick to your New Year’s resolutions – from saving money to getting fit

    The apps to help you actually stick to your New Year’s resolutions – from saving money to getting fit

Professional Services News

  • £843m of business deals for Hazlewoods suggests Gloucestershire economy thrives despite Brexit

    £843m of business deals for Hazlewoods suggests Gloucestershire economy thrives despite Brexit

  • Barometer of Gloucestershire business says Brexit is failing to dampen growth

    Barometer of Gloucestershire business says Brexit is failing to dampen growth

  • Deloitte looking to create 600 new jobs

    Deloitte looking to create 600 new jobs

  • Law firm appoints two partners to lead its Cheltenham operation

    Law firm appoints two partners to lead its Cheltenham operation

  • 900-plus jobs to go at Lloyds Banking Group

    900-plus jobs to go at Lloyds Banking Group

  • What is open banking and how will it affect businesses?

    What is open banking and how will it affect businesses?

Retail & Tourism News

  • 450 jobs at risk as Jamie's Italian reveals £71.5m of debts with staff owed £2.2m

    450 jobs at risk as Jamie's Italian reveals £71.5m of debts with staff owed £2.2m

  • England team athlete and sports shop owner backs health campaign

    England team athlete and sports shop owner backs health campaign

  • Superdry boss Julian Dunkerton sells one per cent of his company – and trousers a cool £18m

    Superdry boss Julian Dunkerton sells one per cent of his company – and trousers a cool £18m

  • Prezzo latest restaurant business to order in company doctors

    Prezzo latest restaurant business to order in company doctors

  • Bristol-based Oak Furniture Solutions on verge of collapse leaving customers without thousands of pounds worth of orders

    Bristol-based Oak Furniture Solutions on verge of collapse leaving customers without thousands of pounds worth of orders

  • Jobs at risk as Sainsbury's plans management shake-up

    Jobs at risk as Sainsbury's plans management shake-up

Engineering & Aerospace News

  • Airbus predicts growth despite plane troubles

    Airbus predicts growth despite plane troubles

  • Unions to meet major Gloucestershire aerospace firm over job losses

    Unions to meet major Gloucestershire aerospace firm over job losses

  • GKN Bristol employees 'seriously concerned' about jobs following hostile takeover talks

    GKN Bristol employees 'seriously concerned' about jobs following hostile takeover talks

  • GKN warning over pension deficit risk

    GKN warning over pension deficit risk

  • New ceo at Renishaw as firm files strong half-year results

    New ceo at Renishaw as firm files strong half-year results

  • Renishaw searching for 50 apprentices in Gloucester and South Wales

    Renishaw searching for 50 apprentices in Gloucester and South Wales

Energy News

  • Boss of global energy firm reveals partnership with Gloucestershire college

    Boss of global energy firm reveals partnership with Gloucestershire college

  • Gloucestershire firm awaits decision which could unlock multi-billion pound industry

    Gloucestershire firm awaits decision which could unlock multi-billion pound industry

  • Interview: Waste Source founder Chris Holland on attracting talent and plans for growth

    Interview: Waste Source founder Chris Holland on attracting talent and plans for growth

  • Green 50: South West's most progressive green companies recognised

    Green 50: South West's most progressive green companies recognised

  • 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

Manufacturing News

  • Honda remains committed to the UK MPs – despite the Japanese PM warnings

    Honda remains committed to the UK MPs – despite the Japanese PM warnings

  • Farmer threatens to move £101 million business to China post-Brexit - unless Theresa May gives way on migrant labour

    Farmer threatens to move £101 million business to China post-Brexit - unless Theresa May gives way on migrant labour

  • Manufacturing report seeks views of industry professionals

    Manufacturing report seeks views of industry professionals

  • The Top 150 Companies in the West 2018

    The Top 150 Companies in the West 2018

  • Bristol company founded in 1881 bids farewell to worker after 73 years

    Bristol company founded in 1881 bids farewell to worker after 73 years

  • Manufacturer launches Anglo-Chinese business to open up world’s biggest market

    Manufacturer launches Anglo-Chinese business to open up world’s biggest market