Business Profile: The Bristol Magazine


Since launching back in 2004, The Bristol Magazine has gone on to reach a circulation of 24,000 affluent households and businesses in the region. Now, 10 years to the month that the first edition...
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Enterprise Zone firm’s CycleEye technology could help to reduce injuries to cyclists


A company based in Temple Quarter’s Engine Shed workspace has begun roadtesting its cyclist safety technology on three of Bristol’s Gloucester Road buses this week. Fusion Processing, who you can read more about here,...
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Business Profile: Wriggle


Wriggle is a mobile app that has been offering exclusive on-the-day deals to users since officially launching last month. Part of SETsquared in the Engine Shed, it is the brainchild of lawyer-turned-entrepreneur Rob Hall....
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This Week’s Enterprise Zone News: Another boost for Bristol’s economy + Success for EZ companies


There has been yet more cheer for Enterprise Zone companies this week, along with another welcome boost for Bristol’s burgeoning economy. The latest report from the Bristol Research Network has revealed that Bristol is...
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Academy of Urbanism Conference rolls into Bristol


Architects, urban designers and city planners from as far reaching as Brazil, Germany and Bulgaria have arrived in Bristol for the 9th annual Academy of Urbanism Congress, where they are here to discuss the...
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