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Exclusive event: A Brave New World – Leading Through Uncertainty

April 9, 2021
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Exclusive event: A Brave New World – Leading Through Uncertainty

Bristol Business News has teamed up with business development and growth consultants Tinderbox to host an exclusive virtual event aimed at helping business owners and leaders thrive during these uncertain times. A Brave New World – Leading Through Uncertainty will be a one-hour interactive and thought-provoking presentation. Expert presenters from...

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Link-up with major financial services group means Andrews can build its mortgage offering

April 8, 2021
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Link-up with major financial services group means Andrews can build its mortgage offering

Property group Andrews has substantially boosted its mortgage business by joining the Openwork Partnership, an organisation with more than 4,200 financial advisers across the UK. Under the agreement Keynsham-headquartered Andrews will be able to widen its client offering to include holistic wealth advice.  It said the move would help it deepen...

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Bristol Business Blog: West of England Combined Authority. Find new opportunities and protect growth with Intellectual Property

April 5, 2021
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Bristol Business Blog: West of England Combined Authority. Find new opportunities and protect growth with Intellectual Property

Did you know that your Intellectual Property (IP) assets can be integral to the growth and sustainability of your business? When properly managed, the value of your IP can far outweigh physical assets, accounting for over 70% of your business’s value. One of the biggest misconceptions we hear about is business owners thinking they...

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New South West CBI chair says it can “act as agent of positive change” as region emerges from pandemic

March 30, 2021
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New South West CBI chair says it can “act as agent of positive change” as region emerges from pandemic

National business group the CBI has appointed Adrian Bratt, the General Counsel of luxury motorboat manufacturer Princess Yachts, as the next chair of its South West region. Adrian, pictured, who is also a board director at the Plymouth-based firm, takes over from Pennon chief executive Susan Davy, who has...

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Bid drawn up to convert Bristol’s former nuclear power station into world’s first ‘fusion’ plant

March 26, 2021
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Bid drawn up to convert Bristol’s former nuclear power station into world’s first ‘fusion’ plant

The world’s first full-scale ‘fusion’ power plant could be built on Bristol’s doorstep under an ambitious plan backed by the city’s business leaders. The plant, which would harness the game-changing new form of clean power generation, could create thousands of jobs while also helping to tackle climate change, according...

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New office development will also be Bristol’s first carbon net zero building, promises developer

March 26, 2021
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New office development will also be Bristol’s first carbon net zero building, promises developer

The developer behind Bristol’s largest speculative office scheme has vowed it will also be the city’s first carbon net zero building. CEG’s 200,000 sq ft EQ, pictured, which is under construction on Victoria Street, will support Bristol City Council’s declaration of a climate emergency and pledge to make the city carbon neutral...

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Bristol hotels ready to take on hundreds of workers ahead of reopening for staycations

March 26, 2021
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Bristol hotels ready to take on hundreds of workers ahead of reopening for staycations

Hotels in Bristol are preparing to take on around 500 new staff – many of them jobless young people – ahead of what they predict will be a very busy summer once coronavirus restrictions are lifted. The Bristol Hoteliers Association (BHA), which represents 40 hotels in and around the...

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Double acquisition extends Bristol day nursery group’s regional footprint

March 25, 2021
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Double acquisition extends Bristol day nursery group’s regional footprint

A Bristol-headquartered pre-school education group with sites across the South West and Wales has expanded its presence in Wiltshire with the acquisition of two day nurseries. Westbury on Trym-based BBN bought the New Road Nursery in Chippenham and Little Robins in Melksham for an undisclosed sum from their longstanding...

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Leading development consultant joins Knight Frank’s Bristol office as partner

March 24, 2021
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Leading development consultant joins Knight Frank’s Bristol office as partner

Property agency Knight Frank has strengthened its Bristol office’s residential development and consultancy offering with the appointment of Daniel Harris. Daniel, pictured, arrives from rival Savills’ Bristol office, where he worked for just over seven years – most recently as an associate director – and led on some of...

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Entrepreneurs set up investment fund to help ambitious Bristol start-ups go for growth

March 23, 2021
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Entrepreneurs set up investment fund to help ambitious Bristol start-ups go for growth

A new fund to support start-ups across the South West has been launched by a group of successful Bristol-based entrepreneurs. BPEC Seed is seeking investment opportunities among early-stage, scalable and innovative firms with credible teams and clear marketing opportunity.  It has already made its first – so far unnamed...

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Sponsored editorial. New rules, new opportunities for businesses

March 19, 2021
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Sponsored editorial. New rules, new opportunities for businesses

Many businesses across the West of England are facing uncertainty and challenges that could not have been foreseen a year ago when the pandemic hit our economy and livelihoods. With our new relationship with Europe, we also know that doing business with Europe has changed. This has meant adapting...

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Developer’s ‘social value’ report shows its Soapworks scheme will give area £200m boost

March 18, 2021
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Developer’s ‘social value’ report shows its Soapworks scheme will give area £200m boost

The transformation of the landmark former Gardiner Haskins site in Old Market could generate up to £200m in long-term benefits for the area ranging from new jobs and training opportunities to improved health and education, according to a report. First Base, the developer behind the Soapworks scheme, drew up...

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Govt funding to extend Bristol’s pioneering district heating system and help decarbonise the city

March 18, 2021
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Govt funding to extend Bristol’s pioneering district heating system and help decarbonise the city

Bristol’s goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2030 has been boosted by a £6.9m grant from the government to extend the city council’s innovative heat network. The network already supplies more than 1,000 properties with low carbon heat from different sources across the city. It replaces the buildings’ own...

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