How can fast-growth businesses find space to grow in the West of England?
Bath and Bristol have recently been ranked highly as places to start a business; now an event at The Engine Shed will ask whether the West of England is also a great place to grow a business - and whether we have the office/workshop space needed to keep our economy growing.
After discussing the changing landscape of Bath's creative and tech workspace, Creative Bath is meeting one year on to see what has changed and how businesses are rising to the challenges set by a competitive commercial property market.
The wide-ranging Venturefest 2017 series, which this year has focused on the theme of Smart Cities, will come to a close with a thought leadership conference on Tuesday 17th October at Bristol's Watershed.
Since February, a diverse set of events covering robotics, AI, communication networks and cyber security among other themes has created a conversation about the opportunities and barriers in creating truly "smart" cities.
After the huge success of VR World Congress 2016 and the Southwest VR conference, Opposable VR have organised VRWC2017, an unmissable 3 day, 2000 capacity occasion showcasing the top of the VR industry. Jam packed with world-class speakers, conferences and panels, exhibitors and enthusiasts, the event itself is headline sponsored by global tech giant AMD for the second year in a row.
Bath Business Expo is returning this year after last year’s sold-out event attracted 102 exhibitors. This year’s Expo is set to attract more than 500 visitors, making it a perfect networking opportunity for businesses and job-hunters alike.
When and Where?
The Expo will be held at the beautiful Bath Assembly Rooms, on Thursday 16th March 2017 from 10am - 3pm.
The West of England Food Procurement Group would like to invite relevant representatives to “Doing Things Differently”. This event is aimed at all those involved either directly or indirectly with public sector food and catering procurement.
The disability employment gap is one of the biggest inequalities in the UK. Only 48% of disabled individuals are in employment, compared to the 80% of employed non-disabled people; but what can be done to close this gap?