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3 questions with Arabel Bailey, Managing Director of Innovation and Consulting Services at Accenture

UWE , in partnership with Business West, runs an annual lecture series that brings top business leaders to Bristol. We caught up with Arabel Bailey before she gave her talk 'Surviving and thriving in...
Kye Parkin
Kye Parkin
Business West
Posted on: 19.11.19
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Business West sponsors Swindon’s first festival of science and technology

Business West, which promotes the interests of the business community across the South West, has announced its partnership with Swindon’s first science and technology festival . The not-for-profit...
Kye Parkin
Kye Parkin
Business West
Posted on: 12.11.19
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3 questions with Deanna Oppenheimer, Founder of Cameoworks and Chair at Hargreaves Lansdown

UWE , in partnership with Business West, runs an annual lecture series that brings top business leaders to Bristol. We caught up with Deanna Oppenheimer, Founder of Cameoworks and Chair at Hargreaves...
Kye Parkin
Kye Parkin
Business West
Posted on: 28.10.19
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Berkeley is a real business jewel in the crown for Gloucestershire

You cannot fail to be impressed by the enormous opportunities for growing business and developing our young people now on offer at SGS Berkeley on the Gloucestershire Science and Technology Park...
Ian Mean
Ian Mean
Business West
Posted on: 16.10.19
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75 per cent of EU migrants in Bristol ineligible to work under new immigration plans

The government’s proposals for ending freedom of movement after Brexit put Bristol and the West of England’s economy at risk, according to a new IPPR and Business West report . Skills and salary...
Kye Parkin
Kye Parkin
Business West
Posted on: 10.10.19
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6 reasons you should become a real living wage employer

At the Conservative party conference on 30th September, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid, announced the government’s intention to raise the national living wage to £10.50 an hour by 2025...
Kye Parkin
Kye Parkin
Business West
Posted on: 10.10.19
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Is flexible working the answer to Gloucestershire's recruitment woes?

Recruitment is one of the biggest challenges facing business in Gloucestershire. I hear that everywhere I go from the smallest engineering firm to the NHS - now our biggest employer. I have always...
Ian Mean
Ian Mean
Business West
Posted on: 03.10.19
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How flexible can working be?

A couple of months back I wrote about the growth in employment levels in the rural areas of Bath and North East Somerset, which were outstripping those in urban areas. One of the reasons for that was...
Ian Bell
Ian Bell
Business West
Posted on: 03.10.19
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Chamber Network launches campaign to support the people at the heart of local business community

Today, Business West Chambers of Commerce and the wider British Chambers Network launch a new campaign to celebrate, support and develop the most important part of any business – it’s people...
Phil Smith
Phil Smith
Business West
Posted on: 26.09.19
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