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TLT partner numbers pass 100 for first time following six new promotions

May 5, 2015
TLT partner numbers pass 100 for first time following six new promotions

TLT, the Bristol-headquartered national law firm, has promoted six associates to partners in its commercial services and banking & lender services groups. The promotions, in its Bristol, London, Belfast and Manchester offices, take the number of partners at the firm to over 100 for the first time. The move...

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Ahead of the Agenda: The Week Ahead

May 4, 2015
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Monday 4 May Bank holiday: nothing scheduled Tuesday 5 May Interim: Aberdeen Asset Management Trading statements: Glencore, Greene King, HSBC, Indivior AGMs: BG, Bioquell, Burford Capital, Macfarlane, Pentair, Randgold Resources, Spirent Communications, Stratex International Economics: Markit/CIPS UK construction – purchasing managers’ index, Halifax house prices Wednesday 6 May Interims:...

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The LAST WORD: Josh Eggleton, co-founder, Eat Drink Bristol Fashion

May 1, 2015
The LAST WORD: Josh Eggleton, co-founder, Eat Drink Bristol Fashion

Each week Bristol Business News gives a prominent member of the city’s business community the last word. This week Josh Eggleton, co-founder of Eat Drink Bristol Fashion, answers our 10 questions. What was the LAST: Film you watched? Avengers: Age of Ultron on the opening night with the chef...

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And they’re off! Golden Gift Appeal ‘pedal for patients’ cyclists get en route to Paris

May 1, 2015
And they’re off! Golden Gift Appeal ‘pedal for patients’ cyclists get en route to Paris

A 70-strong team of determined directors, media folk and medics set off from Bristol this morning on a gruelling 430km, four-day cycle trek to Paris to raise £100,000 for city charity Above & Beyond’s £6m Golden Gift Appeal. Mayor of Bristol George Ferguson sounded an air horn to formally...

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Bristol digital firm’s innovative ‘immersive’ documentary wows New York’s arts scene

May 1, 2015
Bristol digital firm’s innovative ‘immersive’ documentary wows New York’s arts scene

Bristol-based creative digital company Anagram has landed a major prize at New York’s prestigious Tribeca Film Festival for a ground-breaking ‘immersive’ documentary. Door Into The Dark, made by Amy Rose and May Abdalla at Anagram, which is based in Watershed’s Pervasive Media Studio, combines technology, storytelling and real, visceral...

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Bristol’s yet-to-open Hampton by Hilton hotel appoints deputy manager

May 1, 2015
Bristol’s yet-to-open Hampton by Hilton hotel appoints deputy manager

Bristol’s city centre Hampton by Hilton hotel has appointed Nikola Garnev as deputy manager ahead of its opening this summer. Nikola, pictured, joins general manager Imran Ali and sales manager Kate Hemmings as they work towards its July debut. The 186-room mid-range hotel, which will be managed by Focus...

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New firm taps into its own health and safety expertise to oversee office refurb

May 1, 2015
New firm taps into its own health and safety expertise to oversee office refurb

A new health and safety business in Bristol has benefitted from its own expertise during the expansion of its headquarters. BNS Health and Safety, an offshoot of BNS Property Management, is overseeing the refurbishment of its offices in Downend as it prepares to add to its growing team. Set...

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Office move and new account director apppointment pushes Nudge Digital towards more growth

May 1, 2015
Office move and new account director apppointment pushes Nudge Digital towards more growth

Award-winning Bristol agency Nudge Digital has strengthened its team and relocated to new premises as it continues to expand. The digital marketing agency, whose Snapcycle app was one of six finalists in last week’s Bristol Green Capital Digital Challenge award, has recruited Gemma Hood as account director from London...

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Thatchers looks to rosy future with cider orchard expansion project

May 1, 2015
Thatchers looks to rosy future with cider orchard expansion project

Cider maker Thatchers has planted more than 100,000 trees to boost its supply of home-grown apples – an investment that, literally, will not bear fruit for at least six years. The firm, which produces 50m litres of cider a year and is developing a vibrant export business, is committed...

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