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New marketing director for The HR Dept as it steps up support for Coronavirus-hit firms

July 13, 2020
New marketing director for The HR Dept as it steps up support for Coronavirus-hit firms

Bristol-based human resources outsourcing specialist The HR Dept has promoted Felicity Kenny to become marketing director. Felicity, pictured, joined the company three years ago as marketing and franchise recruitment manager.  In that role she oversaw a new company website and brand refresh, implemented new digital marketing platforms and improved...

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Ahead of the Agenda: The Week Ahead

July 12, 2020
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Monday July 13 Final: Rua Life Sciences Q2 result: Centamin Tuesday July 14 Finals: AO World, Halma, Mercia Asset, Motorpoint, Omega Diagnostics, Polar Capital Technology Trust Interims: McColl’s, Ocado, Synectics Trading announcement: McBride Economic announcements: Gross domestic product, Manufacturing production, Index of services, Industrial production, Balance of trade Wednesday July 15 Interim: McCarthy & Stone...

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Bristol Bounce Back project to tackle questions of business recovery from Covid-19 crisis

July 10, 2020
Bristol Bounce Back project to tackle questions of business recovery from Covid-19 crisis

Bristol law firm Gregg Latchams and regional chartered accountants Milsted Langdon have teamed up to launch a ‘Bristol Bounce Back’ initiative to help firms recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. The project is supported by an expert panel made up of individuals some of the city’s leading businesses including the Bank of England’s South...

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Move to new Avonmouth warehouse on the cards for Bart Ingredients

July 10, 2020
Move to new Avonmouth warehouse on the cards for Bart Ingredients

Bart Ingredients, the Bristol-based manufacturer of herbs and spices, looks set to move from its base close to the city centre to a new warehouse development at Avonmouth. The firm, which was founded in 1963, is being linked with Junction One, a 139,000 sq ft unit on a 6.6-acre...

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Nearly 250 jobs to go at Bristol Airport as it struggles to recover from coronavirus lockdown

July 10, 2020
Nearly 250 jobs to go at Bristol Airport as it struggles to recover from coronavirus lockdown

Almost 250 jobs look set to be axed at Bristol Airport as it reels from the devastating’ impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the aviation industry. Some 76 directly employed staff are in line to be made redundant – just under a quarter of the total workforce – while...

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£2m finance deal for firm keeping supermarket fridges ice-cold during lockdown

July 10, 2020
£2m finance deal for firm keeping supermarket fridges ice-cold during lockdown

A Bristol refrigeration firm that has helped keep food retailers operating safely during the coronavirus crisis has secured a £2m finance facility from HSBC. A1 Engineering, which works predominantly for large supermarkets, has used the funding to continue operating its service and repair service for them while other parts...

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Bristol Business Blog: What is the relative cost of improper probate property advice? Adam Cole, Aventria Property

July 10, 2020
Bristol Business Blog: What is the relative cost of improper probate property advice? Adam Cole, Aventria Property

Property is often the single largest asset for most people handling deceased’s estates. It therefore makes sense to seek the best advice and avoid the common pitfalls that many people run into when dealing with probate properties. There are a number of ways in which the beneficiary’s outcome can...

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Bristol agency Wild West lands account to tell Yeo Valley’s sustainability and organic stories

July 10, 2020
Bristol agency Wild West lands account to tell Yeo Valley’s sustainability and organic stories

West Country dairy brand Yeo Valley has hired Bristol communications agency Wild West to produce an integrated campaign focused on its sustainability and organic messaging. The account was won by Wild West, along with its London-based sister agency Wild Card, following a competitive pitch.  The two have combined to form...

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Chancellor’s summer economic statement: Hotel industry reaction

July 10, 2020
Chancellor’s summer economic statement: Hotel industry reaction

Hotels in Bristol have welcomed the temporary cut in VAT for the hospitality sector in the summer economic statement – and are delighted that it was lower than they expected. The Bristol Hoteliers Association (BHA), which represents 40 major hotels in the city, has been calling on the government...

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