NCR Corporation, a global enterprise technology company for the retail, hospitality and banking industries has announced the acquisition of Bath-based Zynstra, a retail tech firm that provides edge virtualization technology.
The West of England Combined Authority (WECA) is looking to understand employers' views on the availability, quality and impact of Careers Education, Advice and Guidance services for both young people and adults. Effective careers guidance is an essential part of an integrated employment, skills and education system and ensures local residents can be connected and responsive to the local labour market. WECA currently delivers support services for adults through Future Bright and for young people through the careers hub.
Innovate UK is looking for innovative SMEs in Mobility, Sustainability or Housing to collaborate with UK Local Authorities.
About this Event
Innovate UK is looking for innovative SMEs in Mobility, Sustainability or Housing to start conversations with UK Local Authorities about the part innovative tech can play in addressing these challenges. These events will take place across 5 cities in the UK, namely - Bristol, Nottingham, Exeter, Cardiff and Derry.
The Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub offers bespoke business support and coaching to help innovative companies in the West of England achieve their potential. The support is FREE and funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
The Sustainable Technologies Entrepreneur’s Programme is open to Founders or Directors of growth businesses who are developing products or services in the low carbon or sustainable technology sector.
Bath-based digital technology agency Storm Consultancy has announced its ambitious pledge to plant a brand new forest within a 15 mile radius of Bath, and is now seeking collaboration with the local business community to deliver the project on a larger scale.
As one of the company’s philanthropic schemes to celebrate its 10 year anniversary, Storm’s founders David Kelly and Adam Pope announced this campaign last week at their anniversary party at The Ivy.
Dry January is a great opportunity for employers to boost productivity, improve employee wellbeing and bring teams together. There are many benefits to going dry for a month including improved sleep, weight loss and having more energy. Benefits in the workplace include better performance, reduced sick days and lost productivity from alcohol – estimated to cost business £7.3bn each year – and the formation of social ties within teams that aren’t based just around drinking.