Archive - Month: May 2018

The latest news, events and social media
from Invest Bristol & Bath

Bristol shortlisted for Channel 4 base

- posted by Sam Snow

Bristol has been shortlisted for both National HQ and Creative Hub in the latest round of pitching to encourage Channel 4 to relocate to the region. The first round pitch process was launched by Chief Executive, Alex Mahon in April where cities and regions were asked to provide… Read more »

Tech Nation Report 2018

- posted by Sam Snow

This year’s Tech Nation report has once again crowned Bristol as the UK’s #1 digital tech productivity powerhouse at £320k turnover per worker. Other key facts that came out of the report were that Bristol has: a £7.9bn digital tech turnover a balanced economy with a… Read more »

Bristol and Bath companies shortlisted in South West Digital Awards

- posted by Sam Snow

A range of companies from the Bristol and Bath region have been shortlisted in the South West Digital Awards 2018. Of the 10 nomination categories, local companies feature in six. App of the Year Software Solved – Paediatric Care Online Best Digital Campaign Fat Media – BeGambleAware… Read more »

A giant leap for Bristol’s green future

- posted by Sam Snow

Bristol is leading by example in taking action on climate change and Bristol Mayor, Marvin Rees has recently committed the city to being carbon neutral by 2050. Bristol Council’s Energy Service will be at the forefront of this work through the continuation of a programme of energy efficiency and renewable… Read more »

The SPARKies are back! Join us and them in June ’18.

- posted by Sam Snow

The SPARKies are returning to Bristol on 21st June 2018. Now in its sixth year, the SPARKies celebrate the very best people, products and companies that make up the tech sector in Bristol, Bath and the wider West of England Region. The SPARKies pride themselves on… Read more »

West of England Robotics Network

- posted by Sam Snow

Invest Bristol & Bath is proud to have supported the creation of the West of England Robotics Network alongside our partners South Gloucestershire Council. The network is an open access, community network of roboticists in the West of England – for everyone interested in researching, developing or… Read more »