A white young woman with short dark hair sits in a class room at a desk wearing a white shirt and a blue tie. Her hand is raised and she has headphones in.

Torchbox launches new accessible and inclusive website for leading sight loss charity

Torchbox, a leading digital agency for the not-for-profit/third sectors and…


Babbasa is creating lasting change for young talent in Bristol

“We believe that although talent is distributed evenly across the globe,…


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We need you to join the SHIFT Speaker Database today!

It’s been a year since we officially launched the SHIFT Speaker Database…


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MotherBoard: Building fairer workplaces for working mums

MotherBoard is a Charter, community and event series that has been created to…


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Guest blog: Diverse founders are worth investing in

Thanks to Paul Forster, Community Manager at SETsquared Bristol, for this…


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iO Academy launches Coding Quick Start course for beginners

Award-winning Bath-based coding bootcamp and tech training provider, iO Academy…


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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…


A woman with down's syndrome sitting on a beige chair without arm rests. She has brown hair which is tied up in a high ponytail, she is wearing airpods and a light blue long sleeve three quarter length top, beige loose trousers and has a laptop on her lap. There is a wooden table with wavy edges and thin black metal legs to the right of her. There is a selection of clear glasses and a white vase with pinky dried flowers in on the table. Behind the entire shot is a window with white panels in a cross shape, to create four windows, that is emitting bright light.

Guest blog: Diversity training isn’t just a box ticking exercise

Thanks to Harry Picken founder and director of Wave Marketing for this…