Emmy-award winning Bristol firm to share sound expertise with aspiring music creatives

September 7, 2018
Emmy-award winning Bristol firm to share sound expertise with aspiring music creatives

Professional workshops focused on developing the early careers of Bristol’s aspiring freelance sound and music creators are being launched this month by city-based Emmy award-winning firm Radium. The Sonic Data and Sonic Motion workshops will take place at the company’s 3,600 sq ft production hub in Bristol’s Bottle Yard...

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Multi-million pound project to power-up Bristol’s creative tech sector to international status

September 7, 2018
Multi-million pound project to power-up Bristol’s creative tech sector to international status

Bristol and the West of England’s reputation as a centre of excellence in the creative technology sector is to get a multi-million pound boost from a collaborative programme that involves the city’s two universities. The project will support and build on the world-class work already taking place in the...

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Mental health in the workplace takes centre stage at charity concert and business symposium

September 7, 2018
Mental health in the workplace takes centre stage at charity concert and business symposium

Bristol businesses are being urged to support an employers’ symposium to raise awareness of mental health issues in the workplace followed by a special night of music and entertainment. The Music for the Mind Charity Concert takes place at Cedars Hall, Wells, on Saturday, September 15, when actor, director...

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Bishop Fleming expands Bristol office with audit team appointments

September 6, 2018
Bishop Fleming expands Bristol office with audit team appointments

The Bristol office of regional accountancy group Bishop Fleming has appointed two new managers to audit team as it continues to expand into one of the largest in the region, having grown substantially in the past few years.  Michael Pallot joins as a senior manager having previously worked in...

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Chance for Bristol firms to influence post-Brexit support for exporters

September 6, 2018
Chance for Bristol firms to influence post-Brexit support for exporters

Bristol firms have just a week left to take part in a major survey, the results of which will shape support for exporters in the post-Brexit age.  The Business West International Trade Survey takes the pulse of firms across the region at a time when exports are on the...

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UK’s top beauty influencer agency sale handled from Bristol by Meade King and Haines Watts

September 5, 2018
UK’s top beauty influencer agency sale handled from Bristol by Meade King and Haines Watts

Bristol-based law firm Meade King and the city office of accountants Haines Watts have advised on the sale of a leading social media influencer agency to advertising giant M&C Saatchi Group. The deal – regarded by commentators as significant in the burgeoning specialist influencer market – involved M&C Saatchi...

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Client co-ordinator joins firm behind successful business support programmes as uptake grows

September 5, 2018
Client co-ordinator joins firm behind successful business support programmes as uptake grows

Cool Ventures, the business growth consultancy behind a number of successful small business support programmes, has appointed a new client co-ordinator as demand for them soars. Lithuanian-born Laura Lewis, pictured, joins the Yate-based firm to help promote the programmes, which offer free expert business advice to growing firms.  The...

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Partner promotion strengthens Mazars’ Bristol office’s focus on entrepreneurial businesses

September 5, 2018
Partner promotion strengthens Mazars’ Bristol office’s focus on entrepreneurial businesses

Mazars, the top 10 accounting and advisory firm, has promoted director Jon Marchant to partner in its Bristol office. Since joining Mazars in 2014 from Gloucestershire accountants Hazlewoods, Jon, pictured, has been instrumental in growing the firm’s presence across the South West, focusing on entrepreneurial businesses. Bristol Office managing...

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Arena won’t be built at Temple Meads, Mayor Rees announces

September 4, 2018
Arena won’t be built at Temple Meads, Mayor Rees announces

Mayor of Bristol Marvin Rees this week confirmed that Bristol’s much-delayed arena will not be built on its original planned site near Temple Meads – ending months of speculation but unleashing a political and social media firestorm. Mayor Rees had been widely expected to ditch the previously preferred Temple...

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