A new website has been created to promote the go-two cities, Bath and Bristol.
gobathbristol.com has been launched to provide an insider guide to culture, arts and heritage in Bath, Bristol and beyond.
The site connects the cities through suggested itineraries, tailored guides and attractions, designed to encourage the cultural explorer, whether local or international, to navigate more of the region, both geographically and culturally.
Bath & North East Somerset Council’s Public Health Team is recruiting new workplace health champions in businesses across Bath and North East Somerset. The team have a limited number of places on a one day free accredited training for employees wishing to become health champions (worth up to £250 per place) on Monday 21st January 2019, alongisde free ongoing support.
Health champions are a great way to raise the profile of health and wellbeing in your business and to raise the profile of your business locally.
Bath-based MoveGB, app membership provider for 1000s of fitness activities, are on a mission to be the largest active community in the world – and the Bath-based firm is certainly heading on this trajectory, with 350,000 users and over 6,000 gyms and activity providers on thier network.
A new city centre gift card has been introduced in Bath.
Bath remains a popular destination for a perfect day out, combining high quality restaurants (Marco Pierre White and Pierre Koffman have just opened in the city) and wonderfully diverse shopping where famous names rub shoulders with niche independents. And of course, with the whole city set against a stunning 18th century architectural backdrop with some ancient Roman monuments to add interest, Bath provides an unbeatable cultural offer.
Bath-based software company Mayden has just moved from One Widcombe Crescent to new offices at The Old Dairy in Oldfield Park, Bath.
The move comes as a result of the company’s sustained growth from its inception in 2006 to a team of 68 people today, including developers, product experts, account managers, administrators and communications specialists.
A new digital travel top-up service has been launched in Bath and Bristol. Payzone and First West of England have teamed up to provide a convenient and accessible retail channel to support off-bus cash payments across its services.
Using the latest ITSO Smart Ticketing technology provided by our partners, Rambus, the new initiative allows customers to pay for their bus tickets at any Payzone outlet in the region. Their ticket is loaded onto their smartcard at our Payzone tablet and is then ready for use on First WoE bus services across the region.
Rocketmakers moved into Manvers Street in June and their new workspace, created by Bath-based office design and build company Interaction, features the team’s very own rocket! See it for yourself thanks to a virtual tour, created by fast-growing firm Go Virtually.
The FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards recognise the best small businesses and the self-employed from right across the UK – from every sector and industry and from businesses of all ages and in sizebands up to 250 employees. Organised on a regional basis they are free to enter and are open to all small businesses, whether current FSB members, or not. A handy PDF containing hints and tips for entrants is attached at the foot of this webpage.
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.