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I Love Local

Staying safe and supporting local shopping streets is a message set to spread across Bath and North East Somerset. I Love Local has been devised by Bath & North East Somerset Council together with partners Visit Bath, Bath BID and Invest in Bath to support retail businesses and promote the message that it’s safe to go back to our high streets.

Stay Safe, Support Local

I Love Local

GET CONNECTED AT ONE OF THE REGION’S LARGEST ANNUAL BUSINESS EVENTS

4 Mar 2020

The 2020 Bath Business Expo is a one day event, aimed at bringing the regional business community together.  Now in its seventh year, the event is one of the largest general business exhibitions and networking opportunities in the South West region, connecting 500+ corporate, medium and small businesses of all types.

FREE for pre-registered visitors and with excellent rates for exhibitors (£75-£500), the Expo offers the opportunity to:

Creative Scale Up reopens for applications

4 Feb 2020

The West of England Combined Authority (WECA) has opened up a new round of applications for businesses to join their Creative Scale Up Programme with a deadline of 31 March 2020. This is a £1.3 million Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) funded pilot programme which will explore how best to support businesses in the creative industries sector to grow whilst encouraging investment into the sector.

Creative Scale Up open to applications

20 Nov 2019

Creative Scale Up is a new programme designed to support creative businesses in the West of England to grow and access finance. This is a £1.3 million Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) funded pilot programme which will explore how best to support businesses in the creative industries sector to grow whilst encouraging investment into the sector.

Silver Fox Entrepreneurs

1 Nov 2019

Mature man with enterprise, but don't know how to start your own business? Silver Fox Entrepreneurs peer group is for you.

The average age of entrepreneurs at the time they founded their companies is 42, and the number of self-employed people aged 65 and over has more than doubled in the past five years. But starting a business is risky and lonely.

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