In their first weeks of trading, the Bristol team have already secured eight new projects in the region. Business Manager, Andy King explained, "Despite all our communications technology, business people prefer to deal with local suppliers. We are seeing enquiries from our Bristol neighbours for work across the whole of the South West and into the Midlands."
Chief Executive Chris Brayne said, “We were attracted to Bristol by the city's prospects for growth and the availability of local skills and expertise. By opening an office here we made a commitment to invest in business development and staff training and have been delighted by the response from staff and local businesses. We are very grateful the West of England LEP for their support and hope to continue working with them as we grow."
It served as a major commercial centre for the Roman Empire until its abandonment during the 5th century.
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