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Coach company tackles driver shortage head-on

One of the country’s leading coach tour operators is beginning to benefit from investing time and money towards tackling a nationwide driver shortage head-on. A dozen new drivers have graduated from the Bakers Dolphin Driving School and are now taking to the roads in the firm’s fleet of modern vehicles. Bakers Dolphin, which celebrated its …

Cbi Director General in Bristol: time to power up the South West

In her first speech of the year in Bristol this month the CBI Director General Dame Carolyn Fairbairn will say it is time to ‘power up the South West’ and ensure the 2020’s is a ‘decade of delivery for the region and the wider UK. In her speech she will also call for a Cabinet …

Take your corporate events to the wild side with Longleat

If you’re on the lookout for a unique and refreshing change to your corporate event venues for 2020, look no further than Longleat. Nestled in the rural countryside on the border of Somerset and Wiltshire, Longleat is an astonishing kingdom ready to impress. Within Longleat’s historic House itself, choose from the intimate Green Library, the …

Setting up a Legal Structure for Your Business?

The legal structure of your business will have a profound effect on the financial and legal realities of its day-to-day maintenance and administration. It will affect everything from the records you need to keep to the type and amount of tax you pay. Crucially, the legal structure of your business will also determine how much …

Beating holiday stress and blues

You’ve waited a long time for this – a wonderful two weeks or more in the sunshine, relaxing by the pool, beach parties or just basking in the sun, but there is always some nagging doubt at the back of your mind, whether it’s a seemingly endless list of things that need to be done …

Bristol Clean Air Zone – What businesses need to do now

Bristol’s controversial clean air plans are one step closer to becoming a reality after they were approved by the city’s ruling Labour administration on November 5. If the plans are adopted unchanged, all privately owned diesel vehicles will be banned from the city centre between 7am and 3pm from March 2021. And commercial vehicles, such …