The West of England Combined Authority (WECA) is holding a briefing session in Keynsham to talk about the development of a Local Industrial Strategy on Friday 21 September.
The West of England is an economically successful region where businesses start, grow and thrive.
WECA and the Local Enterprise Partnership are working with the Government to develop a Local Industrial Strategy which will help deliver the region’s ambition to be a driving force for clean and inclusive growth.
The West of England Rural Development Programme (LEADER) is now OPEN for new expressions of interest until 4 October 2018. The programme has a limited amount of funding available and grants will be awarded on a competitive basis.
Owners of small businesses and sole traders from Bath and North East Somerset are being invited to a special health seminar tackling stress at work and how to best manage it. The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has teamed up with Bath and North East Somerset Council’s public health and business growth teams as well as local mental health charity Bath Mind to hold the workshop.
An outline planning application has been granted consent by Bath & North East Somerset Council for the development of Bath Quays North.
The site, near Churchill Bridge, is a major part of the Bath Quays redevelopment which spans both sides of the River Avon in the centre of Bath. It is the Council’s flagship regeneration project to create a new and vibrant quarter for Bath’s flourishing businesses in the heart of the city and is the most significant development opportunity in a generation.
With the number of South West exports on the rise, Business West's commitment to the exporters of the region is stronger than ever. To continue to deliver the best quality international trade advice and support Business West would like businesses to take a few minutes to tell them about their current trade status, what skills and aspects of exporting are most important to their business, and where in the world they'd like to sell to next.