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Bristol businesses urged to plant a tree per employee to help city fight climate change

November 20, 2019
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Bristol businesses urged to plant a tree per employee to help city fight climate change

A campaign has been launched to encourage Bristol businesses to plant a tree for each member of their staff, linking to a wider ambition to double the city’s tree cover as a way of tackling air pollution and fighting climate change. If all businesses in the city took part...

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All change at Bristol’s Engine Shed as new head prepares to take up reins

November 20, 2019
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Bristol innovation hub Engine Shed has appointed Marty Reid as its new head, replacing Nick Sturge, who has led it since its launch six years ago. Marty, pictured, joins from Future Space, the innovation centre on UWE’s Frenchay Campus which is home to 50 science and technology businesses.  As...

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Whitechurch Financial Consultants: Your retirement checklist

November 19, 2019
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Whitechurch Financial Consultants: Your retirement checklist

Whitechurch Financial Consultants’ series of exclusive sponsored infographics for Bristol Business News continues with a checklist to help you plan effectively for retirement. Please click on the image to read more

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Ahead of the Agenda: The Week Ahead

November 17, 2019
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Monday November 18 Final: Diploma Interims: Chamberlain & Hill, McKay Securities, Mirada Trading announcement: DWF Group Tuesday November 19 Interims: Big Yellow, CML Microcircuits, Halma, Homeserve, Palace Capital, Scapa, SRT Marine Systems, Telecoms Plus, Trifast Q3 results: MHP Reg S Wednesday November 20 Finals: Mitchells & Butlers, SSP Group Interims:...

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‘Growing UK cities’ index shows Bristol moving into top four for its vibrant economy

November 15, 2019
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‘Growing UK cities’ index shows Bristol moving into top four for its vibrant economy

Bristol has moved up in a respected league table of the UK’s best cites for economic success – with a welcome rise in the skills of its young people a deciding factor. However, the city – which is placed fourth in the latest Good Growth for Cities Index from...

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Tourist chiefs draw on Bristol’s street art talent to promote city as place for a cool yule

November 15, 2019
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Tourist chiefs draw on Bristol’s street art talent to promote city as place for a cool yule

Visit Bristol, the city’s destination marketing organisation, has unveiled a Christmas-themed street art collaboration to promote the city as a cool place to visit during the festive season. Eight local artists were commissioned by Bristol-based creative agency Stuff to contribute one panel each for the unique artwork as part...

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Major campaign to support next generation of women entrepreneurs to be launched in Bristol

November 15, 2019
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Major campaign to support next generation of women entrepreneurs to be launched in Bristol

One of the biggest campaigns to help female entrepreneurs in Bristol start their own businesses is to be launched later this month. The free programme – which will support more than 200 women – is the result of a link-up between enterprise partnership SETsquared Bristol and NatWest’s Back Her...

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More growth for Armadillo as it welcomes two new senior hires

November 15, 2019
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More growth for Armadillo as it welcomes two new senior hires

Bristol-based customer relationship marketing (CRM) Armadillo taken on two more staff as part of a 25% increase in staffing over 18 months. The agency, works with major brands including Disney, McDonald’s and Carnival UK, has recruited Linzi Hole as group account director and Hannah Waters as art director.  Linzi, who joins after a...

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Developer promises best-in-class workspace to help solve city’s prime office shortage

November 15, 2019
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Developer promises best-in-class workspace to help solve city’s prime office shortage

The team behind one of Bristol’s largest office developments for a quarter of a century have said they believe there will be huge demand for space in the new building. As reported by Bristol Business News last week, London-based global office investor Tristan Capital has bought the 1.3-acre, 4...

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Construction challenges earn Bristol’s Being Brunel museum major building industry award

November 15, 2019
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Construction challenges earn Bristol’s Being Brunel museum major building industry award

Being Brunel, the museum alongside Bristol’s SS Great Britain, has been named ‘Best Public Service Building’ in one of the UK building industry’s most prestigious award schemes. The £7.2m museum, pictured, the world’s only public collection dedicated to the exploring the life and legacy of the engineering genius Isambard...

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Quartet’s vision to make a difference remains strong as ever as it hits landmark £50m figure

November 15, 2019
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Quartet’s vision to make a difference remains strong as ever as it hits landmark £50m figure

Quartet Community Foundation, the organisation that inspires local philanthropy to give everyone in the West of England a fair chance of a good life, is celebrating handing out £50m in grants since it was founded in 1987. Thirty-two years ago the Foundation awarded £16,585 to 19 projects, including ACTA,...

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Event: Gregg Latchams’ Carers Rights Day afternoon tea

November 15, 2019
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Event: Gregg Latchams’ Carers Rights Day afternoon tea

Bristol-based law firm Gregg Latchams is to host an afternoon tea next week to coincide with Carers Rights Day at which it will discuss issues that informal or working carers constantly face. The free event takes place on Thursday, November 21, between 3:30pm and 5:30pm in the firm’s Queen...

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Bristol Business News photo gallery: Bristol Law Society annual awards dinner

November 15, 2019
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Bristol Business News photo gallery: Bristol Law Society annual awards dinner

Osborne Clarke was named Large Law Firm of the Year for the second year running at Bristol Law Society’s annual awards with Barcan+Kirby claiming the smaller firm title. DAC Beachcroft consultant Tony Cherry was presented with the President’s Outstanding Achievement Award while Barcan+Kirby made it a double on the...

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