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October Investment Update: £113 million in the bank

With October over, and Halloween filled with spooky celebrations, it’s time for…


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Guest blog: Making sustainability more accessible to Disabled People

Green Tech South West caught up with Jon Gibbins, Managing Director at As It…


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Success for inaugural Bristol and Bath Screen Summit

The importance of nurturing the region’s exceptional creative talent,…


An image of a panel discussion. On the far left there is a box stand with a picture of the Engine Shed logo on written in black. There are five people in the frame with a large black curtain behind them, which has two large screens held up by metal poles, on the screen is a purple background, a QR quote and some blurred out text, at the top is a logo that reads BaseKit - all of this is written in white, underneath them is a grey floor. From left to right, there is a white woman with brunette hair tied in a claw clip. She is wearing a beige long sleeve jumper with the sleeves pushed up to her elbows and blue denim jeans with a clipboard on her lap. To her right is a white man who has blonde short hair, wearing a bright green hoody and jeans, holding a mic and looking at the audience. To his right is another white man with short brunette hair and black glasses, wearing a beige crew neck jumper and jeans. Next to him is a white man with grey hair, jeans, a grey top and a khaki shirt/jacket, and next to him is a bald white man wearing a black t-shirt, jeans and his legs are crossed

How can we champion tech democracy for the small business economy?

Last month, Bristol Tech Festival kicked off in style at 9:30am on Purpose Day…


Auroch Digital raises over £3.5k for Bristol Children’s Hospital

Bristol-based game developer Auroch Digital has successfully raised £3,825 for…


One Big Circle takes home prestigious award for second year

Bristol-based startup One Big Circle is celebrating success after this…


Image of the Canute Dock - a Braille gaming device developed by Bristol Braille Technology. The device has a screen with a black boarder and a braille touchpad, a pair of white hands are interacting with the device.

Bristol tech startup creates first braille gaming device

Bristol Braille Technology has developed the Canute Gaming Dock, a…


Bristol Temple Meads set to become testbed for passenger tech

Connected Places Catapult, the UK’s innovation accelerator for cities,…