Creative/Media

Bristol wins race to become location for new Channel 4 creative hub

October 31, 2018
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Channel 4 has selected Bristol as the base for one of its two new creative hubs, delivering a huge boost to the city’s creative sector and offering a new route into the industry for its young people. The broadcaster will relocate around 50 jobs to Bristol from its London...

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Budget 2018: Bristol business reaction

October 29, 2018
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Budget 2018: Bristol business reaction

Business West director of policy Matt Griffith described the Budget as pro-business in which the Chancellor “reaffirmed his commitment to providing stimuli in the right places”. “Businesses will welcome the Chancellor’s commitment to housing, particularly with the Housing Infrastructure Fund,” said Mr Griffith, pictured.  “The spiralling cost of housing...

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Budget 2018: As it happened – Chancellor says the era of austerity is coming to an end

October 29, 2018
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Budget 2018: As it happened – Chancellor says the era of austerity is coming to an end

Chancellor Philip Hammond started his speech at 3.33pm and finished at 4.43pm. He open by saying he will deliver a Budget for “hard-working families … who live their lives far from this place … and care little for the twists and turns of Westminster politics”.  Chancellor says the era...

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Spate of new co-working spaces earns Bristol title of best city to start a business

October 26, 2018
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Spate of new co-working spaces earns Bristol title of best city to start a business

Bristol out-ranks London as the UK’s best place for start-ups with great opportunities for freelancers and a huge number of co-working space options, according to the results of a new survey released this week. The research carried out by price comparison website MoneySuperMarket analysed factors such as the number of...

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PR agency and coach operator stage show of support for new theatre studio

October 26, 2018
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PR agency and coach operator stage show of support for new theatre studio

Coach tour operator Bakers Dolphin and Empica, its PR agency for the past 20 years, have teamed up to support the creation of a new studio theatre at Bristol’s Tobacco Factory. The two firms are sponsoring seats at the multi-purpose, 86-seat performance space, which was launched this week and...

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Bristol Business News photo gallery: Smith & Williamson host reception for Royal West of England Academy’s Annual Open Exhibition

October 26, 2018
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Bristol Business News photo gallery: Smith & Williamson host reception for Royal West of England Academy’s Annual Open Exhibition

The Bristol office of accountancy, tax and investment management group Smith & Williamson welcomed hundreds of art lovers to a reception to mark the opening of the Royal West of England Academy’s Annual Open Exhibition. Now in its 166th year, the exhibition takes submissions from artists at any stage of their...

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Impartial guide to life after Brexit launched by Business West as departure day draws near

October 26, 2018
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Impartial guide to life after Brexit launched by Business West as departure day draws near

Business West, the region’s largest business support group, has launched a free up-to-the minute advice and guidance service to help firms get ready for life after Brexit. Called Trading Through Brexit, it aims to help businesses start planning for the period up to and after the UK leaves the...

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BrandSoup: Beyoncé in Feyoncé melée

October 25, 2018
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BrandSoup: Beyoncé in Feyoncé melée

A trade mark registration gives its proprietor a measure of control over how third parties can describe their wares. In the case of an identical mark used on identical goods and services, it’s a reasonably straightforward proposition. But, as the marks and their respective goods/service begin to differ, you...

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Doors open on Bristol’s housing innovation festival as global mayors arrive in city for summit

October 19, 2018
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Doors open on Bristol’s housing innovation festival as global mayors arrive in city for summit

Bristol is to become a global ‘living exhibition’ for innovation in housing as a new festival gets under way and the mayors of more than 80 cities worldwide arrive for a major conference. The Bristol Housing Festival, which kicked off today in Waterfront Square near Millennium Square, brings together manufacturers,...

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Bristol bids to become home to Netflix’s multi-million pound UK production studio

October 19, 2018
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Bristol bids to become home to Netflix’s multi-million pound UK production studio

Bristol is aiming to become the home of Netflix’s new UK production base as the US TV giant starts a nationwide search for a suitable site. Netflix will make about 40 productions in the UK this year. But due to a shortage of production space in the UK –...

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Mayor joins business leaders on Tbilisi trip to boost trade links between twin cities

October 19, 2018
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Mayor joins business leaders on Tbilisi trip to boost trade links between twin cities

Trade and economic links between Bristol and its Georgian twin city of Tbilisi have been strengthened through a visit by Mayor Marvin Rees and a group of regional business leaders. The visit was part of a series of commercial, cultural and educational events taking place throughout the year to...

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Up to £5m on offer to pitchers at this year’s Silicon Gorge Investor Showcase

October 19, 2018
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Up to £5m on offer to pitchers at this year’s Silicon Gorge Investor Showcase

Applications are being invited for an investor pitching competition that will put Bristol’s best tech start-ups in front of key investors. Firms will be vying for investment of between £100,000 and £5m at the Silicon Gorge Investor Showcase – part of this year’s Bristech event – when 10 start-ups...

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Bristol disruptors in running for top UK tech innovation awards

October 19, 2018
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Bristol disruptors in running for top UK tech innovation awards

Two of Bristol’s top tech disruptors will line up against some of the world’s most innovative businesses in a major new award scheme. YellowDog and Blu Wireless Technology are competing in the inaugural 2018 UK Business Tech Awards, which will be presented in London next month.  YellowDog, which has...

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