Well it’s been quiet externally for jbsh the last couple of months but there’s been plenty going on. This post is a cross-post from Open Coffee Bristol where we welcomed in the New Year this morning. Well 2010 kicked off in the UK with snow, ice, sub-zero temperatures and general chaos as public services ground… Continue reading Fresh coffee & Opportunities
This is a re-post from the Open Coffee Bristol blog. This morning’s Open Coffee Club meeting took place in the very pleasant surroundings of The Boston Tea Party‘s garden. A lovely summer’s morning complemented the positive ideas being discussed in the light of HP Lab’s partial pull out of their Bristol facility. Stephen Maudsley was… Continue reading Entrepreneur Gardening
In my earlier post, I revealed some analysis that I’d asked Nigel to undertake and my interpretation of that analysis. Here I offer some thoughts on what actions businesses might take away from this. The first thing to note is that unless you’re a Bank or car company, Government support for you probably won’t change… Continue reading Show me the Money – BSSP
<this is a cross-post from http://www.opencoffeebristol.org/> That was the experience reported from this morning’s OpenCoffee and another reported positive feedback that more would follow. Of course this is bank lending so low risk, but at least it is funding to underwrite growth and expansion needs. Both reports were of the positive impact that the Enterprise… Continue reading Banks lending again!
<This is a cross post from OpenCoffee Bristol, Bristol companies demo to packed room> Change of venue and format brought out the regulars and new faces for this morning’s OpenCoffee Club meeting. Mariama Njie welcomed us all with fresh coffee, tea and chocolate cookies to UWE Ventures’ new business incubation space in Bush House right… Continue reading OpenCoffee Bristol demo sessions