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Major sustainable business festival to be staged in Bristol will bolster city’s green credentials

March 22, 2019
Major sustainable business festival to be staged in Bristol will bolster city’s green credentials

Bristol is to play host to one of the UK’s largest free festivals centred on sustainable business later this year, strengthening its standing as a hotbed of green innovation and potentially bringing world-leading technology to the city. The Festival of Sustainable Business is expected to attract around 2,000 attendees,...

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Bristol children’s cancer charity first to benefit from law firm Ashfords’ foundation

March 22, 2019
Bristol children’s cancer charity first to benefit from law firm Ashfords’ foundation

West law firm Ashfords newly-established charitable foundation has awarded its first grant – to children’s cancer charity Dexter’s Odyssey. Based in Kingswood, the charity was established last year in memory of Dexter Liebow, who was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma in 2016. He underwent more than 20 rounds of...

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Triodos Bank aiming to strike right note with focus on harmony at its annual meeting

March 22, 2019
Triodos Bank aiming to strike right note with focus on harmony at its annual meeting

Sustainability leaders will join business changemakers at Bristol-based ethical bank Triodos’ annual meeting in the city next month. The event on April 24 will be staged at iconic Bristol concert venue St George’s and will be hosted by author and broadcaster June Sarpong MBE, pictured. Speakers will include Natalie...

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Bristol Come Dancing takes to the floor tomorrow to support two cha-cha-charities

March 22, 2019
Bristol Come Dancing takes to the floor tomorrow to support two cha-cha-charities

Two Bristol charities are to benefit from a Strictly-style spectacular tomorrow evening featuring 17 couples with very little dance experience between them. Among those attending Bristol Come Dancing will be Lord Mayor Cleo Lake and Bristol-based Great British Bake Off contestant Briony May, who will be among the judging...

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Firms given ‘export champion’ status to encourage others to explore overseas trade

March 22, 2019
Firms given ‘export champion’ status to encourage others to explore overseas trade

Bristol area businesses have today been recognised as ‘export champions’ by the Department for International Trade (DIT) and International Trade Secretary Liam Fox. Thatchers Cider, advanced engineering group Renishaw and cheese maker Lye Cross Farm are among 15 leading exporters from across the South West to appear at an...

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Temple Bright grows professionals practice as ‘adviser to the advisers’

March 22, 2019
Temple Bright grows professionals practice as ‘adviser to the advisers’

Bristol and London law firm Temple Bright has continued to grow its South West construction practice through a raft of new appointments by architects, interior designers and planning consultants in Bristol. The moves reflect a wider and developing focus of the firm as an adviser to other professional firms. ...

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Whitechurch Financial Consultants: Investing for Good

March 22, 2019
Whitechurch Financial Consultants: Investing for Good

Please click on the image to read about Investing For Good with Whitechurch Financial Consultants in the latest of a series of exclusive sponsored infographics for Bristol Business News

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Popular charity TRYathlon on lookout for debutants as it limbers up for seventh year

March 22, 2019
Popular charity TRYathlon on lookout for debutants as it limbers up for seventh year

First-timers are being encouraged to take part in this year’s Colliers Bristol TRYathlon during which scores of professionals swim, cycle and run for charity. The event, now in its seventh year, includes a 400m indoor swim, 16km cycle and 5km run, with competitors entering either as individuals or in teams of...

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Turnover leaps by 21% at recruiter ISL as talent drive and new client wins pay off

March 22, 2019
Turnover leaps by 21% at recruiter ISL as talent drive and new client wins pay off

Bristol-based independent technology and engineering recruitment firm ISL has achieved its highest-ever turnover following a raft of new client wins and a successful drive to attract top talent. Annual revenue leapt by 21% last year to £3.8m at the award-winning recruitment consultancy. ISL also doubled its new contract business during...

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