Creative/Media

Brunel’s original Temple Meads station goes back to the future as platform for Bristol’s innovation

December 2, 2013
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Brunel’s original Temple Meads station goes back to the future as platform for Bristol’s innovation

Bristol’s ambition to be a world-class city for innovation and creativity takes a major leap forward today when Brunel’s original railway station at Temple Meads re-opens as a hi-tech enterprise hub. The Engine Shed, once Bristol’s gateway to the world, has been transformed into a modern centre to spearhead...

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Octane on a high as Bristol firms win big at region’s top PR awards

November 29, 2013
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Octane on a high as Bristol firms win big at region’s top PR awards

Bristol public relations firms, in-house teams and individuals were among the winners at the top awards for the region’s PR industry, with city agency Octane ending the night with a haul of five trophies. The Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ (CIPR) West of England PRide Awards, which this year...

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Mayor takes further step towards making Bristol’s arena dream a reality

November 29, 2013
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Mayor takes further step towards making Bristol’s arena dream a reality

Another step towards Bristol getting its long-awaited arena will take place next week when Mayor George Ferguson decides how it will be designed and run. The council needs to appoint an operator to help make the 12,000 capacity venue a reality. The arena will be built in the heart...

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Bristol Post media group slammed for killing off Bristol’s pioneering Venue listings guide

November 29, 2013
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Bristol Post media group slammed for killing off Bristol’s pioneering Venue listings guide

Venue, Bristol’s once trailblazing what’s-on guide, is to disappear completely in a move described as a “sad day” for the city by its founder and former owner. Local World, the London-based media group which now owns the digital-only title along with the Bristol Post and Western Daily Press, is...

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Cracking auction Gromit. Animator Nick Park puts his art into charity sale

November 27, 2013
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Cracking auction Gromit. Animator Nick Park puts his art into charity sale

A sketch of Bristol’s Oscar-winners Wallace and Gromit by their creator Nick Park is among works from more than 70 renowned artists to be auctioned for youth charity The Prince’s Trust.  An Evening of Art, which is being staged at The Assembly Rooms in Bath on December 5, will...

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Blair, business and playing football with Maradona: Alastair Campbell spins a yarn at West CBI dinner

November 22, 2013
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Blair, business and playing football with Maradona: Alastair Campbell spins a yarn at West CBI dinner

Labour can win the next general election with business-friendly policies but will probably find itself in a Lib-Lab coalition, the party’s former spin doctor Alastair Campbell told West business leaders last night. The election battleground will be the economy, he said in his keynote speech to the CBI South...

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Synergy’s energy client win comes as it gets creative in international markets

November 20, 2013
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Synergy’s energy client win comes as it gets creative in international markets

Marketing and design agency Synergy Creative has been appointed by Wales and West Utilities to support its communications team with brand engagement, marketing and internal communications. The client win is the latest for the Westbury-on-Trym agency, which has enjoyed impressive growth since its launch in 2006. It now boasts...

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Glamorous and fun networking at Only Connect’s Christmas Connections

November 15, 2013
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Glamorous and fun networking at Only Connect’s Christmas Connections

Bristol Business News, the city’s fastest-growing business news service, is delighted to have teamed up with Only Connect, the region’s premium business and social networking company, to offer readers an exclusive discount on tickets for the next Only Connect red-carpet event. Only Connect’s prestigious events have become must-attend dates...

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Former spin doctor Alastair Campbell proves hot ticket for West business leaders

November 15, 2013
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Former spin doctor Alastair Campbell proves hot ticket for West business leaders

Former Labour Downing Street spokesman-turned political commentator Alastair Campbell is proving to be a popular draw for the West’s leading business figures – more than 500 of them have signed up to attend this year’s CBI’s regional annual dinner where he will be guest speaker. Mr Campbell, pictured, best...

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Luxury conservatory brand appoints McCann Bristol

November 6, 2013
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Luxury conservatory brand appoints McCann Bristol

Marketing agency McCann Bristol has been appointed by upmarket conservatory manufacturer David Salisbury as it prepares for a period of strong growth. McCann, part of the McCann Worldwide group, will provide the Highbridge-based firm with fully-integrated marketing support including a new brand strategy to attract affluent and discerning homeowners,...

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Bristol public relations firms in running for region’s top PR accolades

November 1, 2013
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Bristol public relations firms in running for region’s top PR accolades

The cream of Bristol’s public relations industry will go head to head later this month at this year’s hotly-contested 2013 CIPR South West PRide Awards. The awards, which this year celebrate their 10th anniversary, showcase the best work from the region’s public relations agencies, in-house teams, individuals and campaigns....

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Bristol-made film highlights oppression of Africa’s last absolute monarch

November 1, 2013
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Bristol-made film highlights oppression of Africa’s last absolute monarch

Bristol-based film maker Simon Bright, whose award-winning documentary Robert Mugabe, What Happened? won critical acclaim, has turned the spotlight on another autocratic southern African leader in his latest production. The King and the People, which has its world premiere at Bristol’s Afrika Eye film festival on November 9, explores...

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Not too many cooks – top chefs work together to mark charity’s success

October 28, 2013
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Not too many cooks – top chefs work together to mark charity’s success

Some of the South West’s most illustrious chefs cooked together to produce a Michelin star-studded celebration in recognition of a successful second year for industry charity Hospitality Action. The six culinary superstars, all members of the Chef’s Forum, came together to conjure up the six-course lunch to showcase the...

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