The West of England Combined Authority and Be the Business are launching a new Mentoring for Growth programme in the region. It is designed to connect business leaders from large, multinational companies with key decision makers and owners from small to medium enterprises (SMEs).
The Cattlemarket site is placed in the upper part of the city, at the bottom of Walcot Street Artisan Quarter.
The riverside site can in future accommodate 50 - 80,000sq.ft. mixed use development and would be suitable for a range of uses including leisure, culture and office.
The adjacent Cornmarket grade 2 listed building has recently been sold by the Council for redevelopment. This will provide up to 8,000sq.ft. office workspace and will protect the future of the historic buildings.
SWCTN Data Fellowship Call, open until 5pm, 9 December 2019
The South West Creative Technology Network (SWCTN) is a £6.6m government funded project to promote creative tech across the south west. They are looking to recruit 24 research fellows in the area of data: 8 from industry, 8 from academia and 8 new talent.
Ralph Allen School is repeating the very successful careers event that it has run for the last few years, and they want business owners and employees to come to their schoool and explain what work is available to them. The aim is for students in years 10-13 to hear about a variety of different jobs in a relaxed and informal way from volunteer employers and employees who do these jobs. Do teenagers know enough about the huge variety of possible careers? Would you be prepared to join other employers at an Informal Careers Event? Come & talk to the Ralph Allen School students about your jo
Bristol+Bath Creative R+D has just launched its first funding round and are looking to invest £235,000 in Research & Development prototypes that demonstrate the potential of new technologies and the future internet to expand and shape our understanding of Digital Placemaking. They are expecting to make two or three awards that could be up to £100k with some smaller investments in response to ideas.
Time is running out for small and medium-sized businesses to apply for a Green Business Grant from the West of England Combined Authority (WECA).
The £1m fund from WECA aims to help businesses improve their energy efficiency – reducing their energy bills and protecting them from future energy price rises. The deadline to apply for a Green Business Grant is Friday 1 November 2019.
Green Business Grants are open to eligible applicants across Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.