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5th January 2017
In January 2017, as Insider Media celebrates a decade in the South West, The Growth Hub is co-sponsoring an event looking at the past, present and future
15th August 2016
Congratulations to the 36 businesses through to the final round of the Gloucestershire Business Awards 2016.
This year there are 13 categories, ranging from Business Innovation to Best Pl
9th July 2016
Goodflex Rubber recently unveiled its new factory extension, more than doubling its floor space, thanks to a University of Gloucestershire Regional Growth Fund.
The Honeybourne-based manu
7th July 2016
Gloucestershire organisations are being invited to submit their interest as the Growth Hub expands across the county.
2nd July 2016
The Growth Hub is supporting Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses, a programme designed to provide high-quality, practical education and business support to leaders of high-growth small businesses
16th June 2016
We are excited to announce the launch of the 2016 Top 100 Businesses,
15th June 2016
A new international school is set to open in Gloucester later this year, thanks to business support from The Growth Hub and financial backing from HSBC.
8th June 2016
A record number of tickets have been sold with less than 20 days to go until this year’s Growing Gloucestershire Conference which is taking place on 29 June at The Growth Hub at the University of G
6th June 2016
The University of Gloucestershire is sponsoring the Gloucestershire Business Award for “Business Innovation.”
This award will go to a business that has introduced a new product, process,
3rd June 2016
‘Make It’ with Gloucester Services
When the new M6 cut through the Lune Gorge in 1972, Cumbrian farmers John and Barbara Dunning set up Tebay Services, in partnership with local bakers.