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Stock Exchange listing planned by Loungers as it looks to open on every high street

April 1, 2019
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Stock Exchange listing planned by Loungers as it looks to open on every high street

Bristol-based neighbourhood café-bar operator Loungers is to float on the London Stock Exchange as it steps up its ambitious plan to grow to 500 outlets across the UK. The firm, which opened its first bar in Bristol in 2002, has expanded rapidly in recent years and now has a...

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UK’s first Women in Business Charter launched in Bristol to improve workplace gender equality

March 29, 2019
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UK’s first Women in Business Charter launched in Bristol to improve workplace gender equality

Bristol businesswomen are calling for greater gender equality – from pay to representation on boards – after launching the UK’s first Women in Business Charter in the city this week. The move came from the city’s Women in Business Task Group, which was set up to champion and advance...

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National wellbeing at work seminar to hear from Bristol firm behind Happiest Workplace contest

March 29, 2019
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National wellbeing at work seminar to hear from Bristol firm behind Happiest Workplace contest

A competition that champions the West of England’s happiest workplaces has gained national recognition for the Bristol firm that launched it five years ago. Workplace design company Wylde has been invited to talk about the competition at a seminar in London next week staged by the Institution of Occupational...

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Construction equipment group builds its UK coverage further with Scottish acquisition

March 28, 2019
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Construction equipment group builds its UK coverage further with Scottish acquisition

An acquisition in Scotland supported by long-term legal advisers TLT has continued Bristol-based Molson Construction Equipment’s fast-paced expansion. Molson, the UK’s largest independent construction equipment supplier, has taken over Finlay Scotland in a move that gives it the distribution rights for Terex Finlay mobile crushing, screening and conveying equipment...

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Deadline looming for Bristol directors to enter region’s top boardroom awards

March 27, 2019
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Deadline looming for Bristol directors to enter region’s top boardroom awards

Bristol’s best business leaders have just a few days left to enter the South West’s most prestigious awards for boardroom excellence and enterprise. The deadline for entries to the prestigious Institute of Directors’ (IoD) South West Director of the Year Awards is midnight this Sunday.  With two new categories...

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Gregg Latchams licensing team help keep St Pauls community pub open

March 26, 2019
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Gregg Latchams licensing team help keep St Pauls community pub open

The last remaining community pub in an inner-city area of Bristol has been saved from closure by the licensing team of city-based law firm Gregg Latchams Solicitors. The police had recommended that The Criterion in St Pauls, which was plagued last year by a series of violent incidents, have...

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Temple Bright grows professionals practice as ‘adviser to the advisers’

March 22, 2019
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Temple Bright grows professionals practice as ‘adviser to the advisers’

Bristol and London law firm Temple Bright has continued to grow its South West construction practice through a raft of new appointments by architects, interior designers and planning consultants in Bristol. The moves reflect a wider and developing focus of the firm as an adviser to other professional firms. ...

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Popular charity TRYathlon on lookout for debutants as it limbers up for seventh year

March 22, 2019
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Popular charity TRYathlon on lookout for debutants as it limbers up for seventh year

First-timers are being encouraged to take part in this year’s Colliers Bristol TRYathlon during which scores of professionals swim, cycle and run for charity. The event, now in its seventh year, includes a 400m indoor swim, 16km cycle and 5km run, with competitors entering either as individuals or in teams of...

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Back and bigger than before – Business Showcase South West returns to Bristol in June

March 21, 2019
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Back and bigger than before – Business Showcase South West returns to Bristol in June

Business Showcase South West – the region’s largest event of its kind – returns in June with the promise of an unparalleled range of seminars, workshops, speeches and networking opportunities. The event, the ninth since it launched in 2014, again takes place in Bristol’s Ashton Gate Stadium and will...

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Channel 4 puts diversity at the heart of its new Bristol creative hub

March 21, 2019
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Channel 4 puts diversity at the heart of its new Bristol creative hub

The location of Channel 4’s new Bristol creative hub will be revealed in the next few weeks, the broadcaster said this week as it revealed more details of the operations to be based there. Channel 4, which announced it would employ around 50 staff in Bristol last October, said...

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Senior chartered building surveyor joins Malcolm Hollis in Bristol

March 18, 2019
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Senior chartered building surveyor joins Malcolm Hollis in Bristol

Independent commercial building consultancy Malcolm Hollis has appointed Ross Uren as a senior chartered building surveyor in its Bristol office. Ross, pictured, has 20 years’ experience in the surveying industry and specialises in project and programme management.  He joins the Malcolm Hollis team from the Bristol office of international...

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Bristol developer Cubex sets out vision for two major housing and workspace schemes in city

March 15, 2019
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Bristol developer Cubex sets out vision for two major housing and workspace schemes in city

More than 1,800 homes, a major new speculative office building and a hotel are planned for two separate schemes that could change the face of two areas of Bristol. Both are being proposed by city-based developer Cubex, which this week formed a strategic partnership with investor PfP Capital on...

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Students get creative as £5m city centre college campus goes live

March 15, 2019
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Students get creative as £5m city centre college campus goes live

The first phase of Bristol’s £5m city centre Access Creative College games and media campus has opened with an action-packed launch party. Students, parents and members of the city’s education and business communities celebrated the opening with a host of live performances and student showcases.  Those attending experienced the...

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