Interaction are workplace design and build experts based in Bath. Since 1992, Interaction has been creating inspirational workplaces that positively enhance a business’ culture, values, employee wellbeing and profitability. Firm in the belief that every business is different, Interaction is extremely successful at understanding the needs and aspirations of its clients to create unique spaces.
Anna Bowes and Susan Hannums founded Savings Champion in 2011. Since then the company has established itself as one of the UK’s leading independent experts on cash-based savings, providing savers with free unbiased, personalised guidance.
BuroHappold Engineering is one of the biggest employers in Bath and the city is home to its Head Office. Founded in Bath in 1976, with just eight employees based in a small townhouse on Gay Street, the company has thrived in the city, growing into a global engineering business with over 1,700 employees in 21 offices worldwide. BuroHappold’s ethos is to deliver elegant engineering solutions for buildings and cities and its portfolio of internationally renowned projects has attracted some of the world’s leading engineering talent to Bath.
Rocketmakers was founded in Bath in 2007. Focusing exclusively on cutting edge technologyand disruptive innovation, the company has designed software for various national and international companies including the BBC, UK Sport and Zendesk and has helped to launch several successful start-ups. Rocketmakers was awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2018.
Headquartered in Bath, Royds Withy King is a Sunday Times 100 Best Company to Work for with commercial, private client, personal injury and clinical negligence practices. The company is Bath’s largest law firm with 245 lawyers and staff across two offices in the city.
TrueSpeed and The Somer Valley Chamber of Commerce, a dynamic group of local businesses and retailers networking together to promote commerce, are delighted to be partnering to host a business and networking breakfast on how to ‘Grow Your Business with Better Broadband’. The first of its kind, the event is designed for professionals and business owners to discuss how connectivity can positively influence company growth.
The University of Bath held the city’s first networking event for the automotive industry and the launch of AEBAH. The Automotive Industry Network event took place on Wednesday 13th March at the Apex City of Bath Hotel.
The event – organised by the University of Bath’s Research and Innovation Services (RIS) - was well attended by a range of individuals, businesses and organisations operating both regionally and nationally in the automotive sector and brought together industry and academia to address the latest challenges in the sector.
A new multi-billion-pound business lending facility has been set up by Barclays in order to pilot SME businesses through the Brexit uncertainty.
Barclays Bank has announced it is establishing a new £14 billion lending fund which forms part of an overarching initiative designed to help small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) ‘flourish’ after Brexit.
Focused on building SME resilience during uncertain times, the package of support includes:
From 01 April 2019 the Energy Saving Trust is encouraging applications for a new £2million fund set up by the Department of Transport to help companies invest in electric cargo bikes to fulfil last mile deliveries.
The eCargo Bike Grant Fund is now live and available to limited companies, sole traders, partnerships, charities and not-for-profit organisations operating across England. It comes as there is increasing interest in electric bikes to facilitate short-distance deliveries, with supermarkets among those already embracing the technology.