Technology

Engine Shed’s latest departure is platform for creativity as it connects art with innovation

April 17, 2014
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Engine Shed’s latest departure is platform for creativity as it connects art with innovation

The Engine Shed, Bristol’s focal point for innovation, has officially opened its latest initiative – public art space Platform 14. Named after nearby Bristol Temple Meads railway station’s ‘missing’ platform, Platform 14 aims to highlight the diversity of opportunity within the hi- tech, low carbon and creative sectors within...

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European weather satellite contract win lifts SciSys shares

April 14, 2014
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European weather satellite contract win lifts SciSys shares

Shares in SciSys, the specialist software and IT group SciSys with a base in Bristol, climbed by nearly 3% this morning after it announced it had secured a €1.8m (£1.48m), six-year contract to work on Europe’s most advanced geostationary weather satellite. The firm, whose roots are in the European...

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Tickets still available for tomorrow’s unique showcase of Bristol’s innovation and creativity

April 7, 2014
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Tickets still available for tomorrow’s unique showcase of Bristol’s innovation and creativity

Tickets are still available for The Business Showcase South West 2014, the region’s newest and most-exciting business event, which takes place in Bristol tomorrow. The unique showcase at Bristol’s historic Colston Hall celebrates the best of the region’s innovation, creativity and sustainability through speeches, discussions, exhibitors and networking opportunities....

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Overseas trade expertise on tap for West firms during Export Week

April 4, 2014
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Overseas trade expertise on tap for West firms during Export Week

  Exporting in the digital age and advice for female entrepreneurs considering growing their business overseas are among the topics to be covered in the West as part of Export Week. Starting on Monday, the week aims to encourage firms to consider trading internationally or, for existing exporters, to...

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Twitter acquires fast-growing Bristol social TV analytics pioneer SecondSync

April 1, 2014
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Twitter acquires fast-growing Bristol social TV analytics pioneer SecondSync

Small Bristol-based tech firm SecondSync has been snapped up by social media giant Twitter in a deal that will elevate it into a major international player in the fast-growing TV analytics industry. SecondSync has grown rapidly since its launch less than two years ago in Bristol where it has...

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Back our plan to create 25,000 jobs, LEP tells Government as it sets out blueprint for growth

March 31, 2014
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Back our plan to create 25,000 jobs, LEP tells Government as it sets out blueprint for growth

The blueprint for job creation and economic growth in Bristol and the West of England was unveiled this morning with a clear message to the Government – come and back our vision for success. The Strategic Economic Plan identifies the city-region’s key growth sectors and sets out 122 ways...

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Investors flock to find out more about Bristol’s fledgling tech firms at first Silicon Gorge event

March 28, 2014
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Investors flock to find out more about Bristol’s fledgling tech firms at first Silicon Gorge event

Investors from London, Cardiff and the North East travelled to Bristol to find out more about some of the city’s most-exciting early stage businesses at the first Silicon Gorge event. The firms included the first ‘graduates’ of the WebStart Bristol internet accelerator, 10 companies from the SETsquared incubators in...

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Temple Bright supports Twitter analytics tech deal with S4C

March 28, 2014
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Temple Bright supports Twitter analytics tech deal with S4C

Bristol law firm Temple Bright has provided legal support on an investment in Twitter analytics start-up Blurrt by Welsh language broadcaster S4C’s commercial arm. The investment gives S4C Commercial the chance to develop a more sophisticated understanding of audience behaviours while access to Blurrt’s data will help it shape...

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Cutting-edge physics academic centre will boost Bristol’s standing as science city

March 28, 2014
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A major new academic centre to develop the next generation of scientists specialising in condensed matter physics is to open at the University of Bristol. The Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) is among 22 across the UK aimed at boosting postgraduate training in a wide range of engineering and...

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Innovative social media project aims to put Park Street at forefront of retail e-revolution

March 27, 2014
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Innovative social media project aims to put Park Street at forefront of retail e-revolution

Bristol’s Park Street is to be a test bed for a pioneering digital marketing project that aims to boost business for its stores by harnessing the power of social media. The trailblazing initiative – only the second of its kind in the UK – will enable the iconic street’s shops,...

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New innovation director to head the successful SETsquared incubator network

March 27, 2014
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New innovation director to head the successful SETsquared incubator network

The SETsquared network, the UK’s top university business incubator with a base in Bristol, has appointed Simon Bond as its new head. As innovation director, Simon, pictured, the former director of the SETsquared innovation centre at the University of Bath, will oversee the way the partnership incubates hi- tech...

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Tech services firm Kainos to create up to 50 jobs as it opens Bristol office

March 25, 2014
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Tech services firm Kainos to create up to 50 jobs as it opens Bristol office

Fast-growing digital company Kainos has opened an office in Bristol, creating up to 50 jobs and strengthening the city’s reputation as a hub for ambitious firms operating in the tech sector. The Belfast-headquartered firm, which supplies a range of support services mainly to the healthcare, public sector and financial...

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BUDGET 2014: Help for Bristol’s key tech, creative and manufacturing industries

March 21, 2014
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BUDGET 2014: Help for Bristol’s key tech, creative and manufacturing industries

Bristol’s standing as a hub for the hi-tech, creative and advanced engineering sectors received some welcome boosts in this week’s Budget. There was help for businesses moving to the city’s Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone, its filmmakers through increased tax breaks, its growing cyber security industry through investment and its...

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