Why Bath

Keynsham

A wonderful place to live and do business

Keynsham is a vibrant market town with a populaton of roughly 24,000 people, situated between Bath and Bristol.  The town is well-connected by transport links and is undergoing physical transformation in the form of new housing developments, commercial space (on the much-loved and characterful former Cadbury's factory site at Somerdale) and the redevelopment of the high street's Town Hall, completed in 2014.  The town holds a series of well-attended community events such as the Keynsham Music Festival.

Apprenticeships

Nurture a career and improve your business

Use the links below to find out about why employing an apprentice might benefit your business, and the Government initiatives and incentives on offer to support businesses in doing so.

Students and Graduates

Harness the next generation of bright sparks

The City of Bath is home to a large student population, thanks to the presence of our two Universities and Bath College. All education providers are keen to forge links with businesses in order to give their students the best learning experience possible.  Businesses in turn benefit from fresh ideas and the opportunity to build lasting relationships with talented people.

Environmental and Low Carbon

Internationally recognised activity at the cutting-edge

The Low Carbon and Environmental Goods and Services "sector" covers a range of activities spread across many sectors such as transport, construction, and energy.

The high technology and engineering skills base in Bath and Bristol is helping to keep the West of England at the forefront of a lower carbon world, and Bristol's status as European Green Capital 2015 has drawn further attention to the West of England's strengths in this field.

Retail, Leisure and Tourism

The City of Bath - still drawing the crowds

Local retail, leisure and tourism businesses benefit from the area’s international reputation as a cultural destination.  The City of Bath's World Heritage status and natural spa facilities (the contemporary Thermae Bath Spa complex was opened in 2006) help to draw some 4.5 million visitors annually.  The total value of tourism to the local economy is estimated to be around £350 million every year.

Advanced Engineering and Electronics

More robotics than Romans...

The Bath area has a particularly long and distinguished track-record in engineering design excellence, with a number of firms also manufacturing high-precision products.  This track-record is in large part thanks to historic strengths across the physical sciences and mechanical, electronic and electrical engineering at the University of Bath.

Technological advances are being driven by research on subjects such as nanotechnology at the Universities of Bath, Bristol and the University of the West of England (UWE).

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