Sara Da Silva Brazilian Sportswear, based in Gloucester, launched their first ever pre-order capsule collection in the UK.
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Introducing Innovation Accelerator: New Pilot Programme for Gloucestershire’s SMEs
22nd February 2022
New pilot scheme launched to help Gloucestershire businesses innovate
How d 5 mins
The benefits of Peer Networks: Interview with Facilitator, David Chapman
3rd November 2021
David Chapman, Managing Partner at Scott Hillam Associates, is a business development professional, with 30 years exper 5 mins
Award-winning Gloucestershire granola is taking over the breakfast table
18th August 2021
Deborah Lamplugh, founder and co-owner of Forthay Bed & Breakfast in Gloucestershire, who has a love for nutritio 6 mins
Light at the end of the tunnel for Food & Drink
18th February 2021
The food and drink industry has been hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Future of Food and Drink; New Normal in a post-COVID World
10th June 2020
This post was written by John Taylerson. John is a former Director of several food and drink companies including DairyStix, coffee syrups and coffee / drinks.
Moving your small business from the physical to the digital
20th May 2020
The National Cyber Security Centre have realised guidance for small businesses on how to keep secure in the new ways of working created by Covid-19.
Managing Remote HR: Top Tips for Conducting Virtual Interviews
19th May 2020
This post was written by Liz Collins of Corinium Language Associates.
Working safely during coronavirus (COVID-19)
12th May 2020
Guidance to help employers, employees and the self-employed understand how to work safely during the coronavirus pandemic. 6 mins
Protecting businesses from COVID-19 scams
1st May 2020
Malicious email attachments, false government grant phone calls and CEO impersonation scams are among a raft of scams undermining businesses as a result of the COVID-19 pand 6 mins
How accounting will change in 2021
29th April 2020
The global outbreak of COVID-19 has put most business plans on hold. Recruitment drives, training programmes, office expansions and new market entrances have become difficult, if not impossible.