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RSG’s Fuse Recruitment brand aims to spark interest in change management sector

March 17, 2017
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RSG’s Fuse Recruitment brand aims to spark interest in change management sector

Bristol-based RSG, the UK’s biggest independent recruitment group, has launched a new brand to target the IT and change management sectors. Fuse Recruitment is already working with clients across the defence, utilities, transportation and consultancies sectors in area such as data migration, separation and property portfolio projects. Led by...

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Money can be the root of good things too, Triodos Bank research into savers’ ethical views reveals

March 17, 2017
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Money can be the root of good things too, Triodos Bank research into savers’ ethical views reveals

Research carried out by Bristol-based ethical bank Triodos has confirmed its view that most savers want their money to have a positive impact on society. With interest rates at an historic low and so little difference between cash ISAs now on the market, Triodos says its survey proved that...

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Bristol businesses primed for changes in the pipeline for UK water market

March 17, 2017
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Bristol businesses primed for changes in the pipeline for UK water market

Nearly 70% of businesses in the Bristol Water supply area are ready for the new retail market in the industry, according to a new survey. The new water market opens for business next month and awareness of it was just 32% when Bristol Water conducted its last business stakeholder...

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More indie retailers and eateries sign up to take space in CARGO’s next phase

March 17, 2017
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More indie retailers and eateries sign up to take space in CARGO’s next phase

The latest line-up of independent businesses set to join the second phase of Bristol’s innovative shipping container retail hub has been announced. Gopal’s Curry Shack, The Bristol Cheesemonger and a new venture from stylish bar operator Brace & Browns are among those confirmed to move into CARGO 2 –...

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100% retention rate at Osborne Clarke for its spring qualifiers

March 17, 2017
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Bristol-based international legal practice Osborne Clarke has retained all its spring qualifiers, with the six trainees staying on as newly-qualified solicitors. They will be based across the firm’s three UK offices in Bristol, London and Reading. It is the third strong retention rate result in a row for Osborne Clarke. Last...

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New Avonmouth logistics hub opens with pledge to deliver better pallet service to Europe

March 17, 2017
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New Avonmouth logistics hub opens with pledge to deliver better pallet service to Europe

Bristol firms needing to distribute goods on pallets into mainland Europe are being promised a more efficient service following the opening of a new logistics hub at Avonmouth. The development by Palletways, Europe’s largest specialist logistics network, is the firm’s fifth in the UK and will offer a pan-European...

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Bristol office for recruitment firm as it eyes new opportunities in the city

March 17, 2017
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Bristol office for recruitment firm as it eyes new opportunities in the city

Expanding regional recruitment firm 24-7 Staffing has opened an office in Bristol to capitalise on spiralling demand for quality candidates in the city. The move forms part of the growth ambitions at Chippenham-based 24-7 Staffing, which provides permanent, temporary and contract staff for the driving, industrial, commercial and healthcare...

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U-Turn some more, Chancellor urged, with calls for dividend tax change to follow NI about-face

March 17, 2017
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U-Turn some more, Chancellor urged, with calls for dividend tax change to follow NI about-face

Chancellor Philip Hammond has been told to follow up his dramatic Spring Budget U-Turn on proposed National Insurance increases for the self-employed by reversing planned tax rises on small business owners. Regional accountancy firm Bishop Fleming, which has its largest office in Bristol, welcomed the Mr Hammond’s decision to...

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More growth for Create Health as it settles into new city centre office

March 16, 2017
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More growth for Create Health as it settles into new city centre office

Specialist marketing agency Create Health has recruited two more staff as it continues to grow following its recent move into Bristol city centre. Senior account manager Anna Joseph and account manager Shane Adams have joined the healthcare marketing agency to work on its increasing roster of clients.  Create Health...

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Cornish burger chain Hubbox heads to Bristol for sixth outlet with help from Murrell Associates

March 16, 2017
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Cornish burger chain Hubbox heads to Bristol for sixth outlet with help from Murrell Associates

The Bristol office of South West corporate commercial law practice Murrell Associates has advised long-standing client Cornish burger, hotdogs and beer restaurant chain Hubbox on its first outlet in the city. Hubbox is due to open what will be its sixth outlet in the former Las Iguanas restaurant on...

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Thrings builds for the future with appointment of six newly-qualified solicitors

March 15, 2017
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Regional law firm Thrings, which has an office in Bristol, has appointed six of its trainees as solicitors in line with its plans for sustained organic growth and an ongoing investment in its staff. The six, who have recently completed their two-year training contracts, will now work in the...

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Bristol to become major centre for science research as wraps come off much-needed incubator

March 15, 2017
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Bristol to become major centre for science research as wraps come off much-needed incubator

Bristol’s innovation centre for scientific enterprise opened today – allowing the city to effectively compete for the first time against cities such as Oxford and Cambridge. Unit DX, pictured, will encourage cutting-edge science and tech start-ups with the kind of high-end laboratory space and support facilities common in the US and...

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Royal Town Planning Institute chartered member status achieved by Bristol planner

March 15, 2017
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Royal Town Planning Institute chartered member status achieved by Bristol planner

Alice Nunn, an in-house planner in the Bristol office of planning, design and regeneration consultancy Nash Partnership, has been elected as a chartered member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI). Her election increases the Bath-based practice’s complement of chartered town planners to four. To gain membership, Alice, pictured, had...

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