The preparations for the Bath Business Expo on the 21st March at The Assembly Rooms, Bath are continuing at a pace, with new seminars announced.
The event, which is about helping small & medium sized established businesses and locally-based corporates, Start-ups and Pre-Start-ups to get networked and better known in the regional business community (Bristol, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Somerset), also aims to inspire business growth with a comprehensive free business seminar programme.
Thinking of starting a business and want some free support to help make it a success?
This one-day workshop is a must for those individuals who are close to, or who have recently started their business. This forms part of our Starting in Business programme and is a follow on from our 3 hour Starting in Business workshop.
This is a practical workshop which will provide you with the essential tools and information you need to set up and run your new business.
During the day, Cool Ventures will explore key topics such as:
The South West welcomes the Export Forum Breakfasts in February and March as the perfect environment to prepare your local businesses for the EU Exit and ensure that they are in the best position to take advantage of future international sales opportunities.
Market research is fundamental to helping businesses understand how to do business in overseas markets, and avoid costly mistakes. This workshop will help business owners understand the benefits of market research, and how it informs strategic decision making. From prioritising the right country, through to undertaking a research field trip, all aspects of a comprehensive research programme are covered.
Bath Digital Festival kicks off next week, and one event we are very excited about is Innovate UK's special talk about the support available for digital businesses in the West of England. Come and see how you can access support and finance to help your idea or business grow.
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.