What to do if you have a suspected or confirmed case of coronavirus in your workplace
You don't need to report a possible case of coronavirus if a member of staff tells you that they might have symptoms. If they do tell you that they have symptoms, please ensure the person stays at home, self-isolates and books a test, by phone 119 or online
Trading Better Online is part of the West of England Combined Authority’s (WECA) targeted business support programme to help kick-start the regional economy following the coronavirus outbreak.
Delivered in partnership with TechSPARK, the programme is designed to help small businesses get online, enhance their online presence, or market their existing online offering by adopting new technology or new digital practices.
SME funding and support to bring new products and services to market
Research, development and innovation can help your business adapt for the future and get ahead of the competition, create new products, processes and services to reach new customers, and improve sustainability. The West of England Combined Authority’s Business Innovation Fund provides SMEs with funding and tailored support to bring new products, services and processes to market.
As part of the government’s £1.57 billion biggest ever one-off investment in UK culture, the #HereForCulture campaign has been launched to help support Britain’s globally renowned arts, culture and heritage industries.
Creative Scale Up is a two-year pilot programme funded by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport. It aims to help creative businesses in the West of England access finance through an intensive sustainable growth support programme.
Creative businesses that demonstrate a genuine ambition to grow, innovate and strengthen the local economy are eligible to apply. You can register your interest and apply by contacting CreativeScaleUp@westofengland-ca.gov.uk.
If you are you thinking of starting your own business or if you would you benefit from receiving start-up help and guidance you can sign up to the Starting in Business webinar ran by Cool Ventures business start-up expert Dr. Emma Smith.
Bentley teams up with Bath automotive experts in drive to develop luxury electric car
August 11, 2020
Researchers at the University of Bath’s Institute of Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (IAAPS) are to work with engineers from luxury automotive firm Bentley Motors on a three-year study that promises to transform electric vehicles.
Inc & Co, the Manchester-based digital collective, has acquired Bath Business Wood for Trees, a data specialist that helps charities raise more money through actionable insights, data analysis and bespoke products and services.
The company works with clients including British Red Cross, Barnardo’s and Dogs Trust to help identify the most valuable supporters through data tracking and by using insight tools to assess which fundraising activities generated the most income.
Staying safe and supporting businesses in local shopping areas is a message set to spread across Bath and North East Somerset with the launch of a new ‘I love local’ campaign.
‘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.
As lockdown begins to ease, the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) want to support your staff in helping customers in by offering some simple guidance. This will not only support your customers with sight loss but help to dramatically improve the overall customer experience.
Manchester-based digital collective Inc & Co has announced the acquisition of Bath business Insight Analysis, a sports analytics company offering data analysis to help elite athletes from the world of football, rugby, tennis and athletics improve their performance.
The move adds to the company’s growing network of sports services, which includes Skylab, a digital sports agency acquired in May, and marks the third acquisition in just seven days for Inc & Co, following the addition of data specialists MyLife Digital earlier in the week.
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.