Business West in the White House

As the world watches events in the US today, following his visit to the White House in November, Matt Griffith looks back at the experience…
Matt Griffith
Matt Griffith
Posted on: 20.01.17
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Food and drink producers bite back at Brexit uncertainty and meet with Euro buyers in Bristol

South West cider, cheese, tea, fudge, luxury chocolate and a huge range of ales were just a handful of the products attracting strong interest from the international buyers at FoodEx.
Andre Ofomah
Andre Ofomah
Posted on: 19.01.17
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New year, new service - better connectivity in Bath and North East Somerset

Virtually every kind of business is becoming ever more reliant on good connectivity to ensure they can access the internet, emails and phone calls wherever they operate. So it is great to hear the...
Ian Bell
Ian Bell
Posted on: 19.01.17
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How can start-ups attract enough customers to make money?

You’ve got a great business idea and you’re ready to take on the world – woohoo! Maybe you’ve jumped straight in at the deep end and quit your job in order to get your venture off the ground? Perhaps...
Kye Parkin
Kye Parkin
Posted on: 18.01.17
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3 questions businesses needed answering from Theresa May's 12 point Brexit plan

Business had three big questions that needed answering from May's Brexit speech today: some answers were given, but plenty more were raised. Firstly, what is the UK government’s position on remaining...
Matt Griffith
Matt Griffith
Posted on: 17.01.17
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How will I export after Brexit?

One of the most common questions that our export advisers are getting asked is ‘What documentation will I need and how will I comply with the regulations post Brexit?’. Now as anyone that has been...
James Monk
James Monk
Posted on: 16.01.17
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Let’s be bold and build on green belt land to tackle the housing crisis

Building on the green belt is not something any self-respecting local councillor wanting to be re-elected would support. But those same councillors are now thinking that they are almost going to have...
Ian Mean
Ian Mean
Posted on: 16.01.17
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Will Bath be the first UK city to introduce a tourist tax?

Tourism is a vital part of the local economy in Bath - will the tourist tax ever come to fruition?
Ian Bell
Ian Bell
Posted on: 13.01.17
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Small businesses are an easier target for cybercriminals than larger businesses

Numerous reports confirm that it is SMEs, not larger firms, who are disproportionately targeted by cybercriminals.
Kye Parkin
Kye Parkin
Posted on: 12.01.17
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