The next Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub (“STBAH”) networking event will be held on Thursday 19th March 2020 at the Famous Royal Navy Volunteer in Bristol, near Queen Square.
STBAH is a business support programme, fully funded through the European Regional Development Fund and partnered with the University of Bath and SETsquared Bath. The programme supports start-ups and SMEs across the West of England, innovating in sustainable tech and low carbon products or services.
Join Bath Digital Festival each month for BDF Third Thursday - a monthly gathering to connect, to think, to drink and to build a better city.
Following the success of BDF2019's "Third Thursday" event, Bath Digita Festival is super-excited to let you know that they will be carrying on their Third Thursday get-togethers every month ... all the way up to BDF2020. If you would like to come along, please add yourself to the list - so they can keep you informed.
The Department for International Trade in the South West are hosting the Southern Europe meets Southern England Roadshow on the 25th February – 26th February in Exeter and Bristol.
These events will be showcasing export opportunities in key Southern European markets to export ready companies in the Southern UK regions. Companies will have the opportunity to book 1-2-1 meetings with a delegation of DIT Commercial Officers.
The Commercial Officers are interested in meeting Southern England companies from the following sectors and sub-sectors:
As of 2020 1 in 3 British workers are over the age of 50. Employers are reporting skills shortages across a wide range of roles and sectors ranging from hospitality to business services. Our council partner Achieve B&NES is organising a new business event called the Midlife MOT in order to help them tackle issues relating to an ageing workforce, increase productivity and close skills gaps.
The Enterprising West of England ‘Ones to Watch’ 2020 Awards is a celebration of the West of England’s most exciting and inspirational entrepreneurs, start-ups and SMEs who have received support from the Enterprising West of England Programme and are set for great things as we head into the 2020's.
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