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Where to Live?

Whether it’s the incredible music scene, street art, green spaces, harbourside eateries, regular food, literature or balloon festivals, not to mention 90-metre waterslides occasionally taking over major city streets, Bristol & South West is a great place to live, which is why it's been named the 'coolest place' in the UK

Who to work for?

Home to global giants and some hugely innovative startups, Bristol & South West is a world leading digital tech cluster.

Take a look at some of the most innovative companies already here who are looking for great talent like you to join them

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Are you looking for a new opportunity? Here's some of the coolest jobs bang in the middle of the best places to live.

None of these take your fancy? No worries, we've got lots of others available!

Useful Articles

Blu Wireless raises £12m for global 5G tech rollout

Bristol 5G technology designer Blu Wireless has raised £12.7m ($16.6m) to boost the rollout of its processor for 5G chips. This doubles the investment so…

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New Auroch Digital game places you at the centre of iconic Games Workshop IP

    Bristol-based Auroch Digital has announced the release date for their long-awaited action strategy game, Dark Future: Blood Red States, as the 16th May 2019. The…

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MekaMon takes the stage with ThoughtWorks Arts collaboration

ThoughtWorks Arts and Reach Robotics announce the preview of Adrianne Wortzel’s The Sentient Thespian – a unique film exploring the potential, and limitations of human/robotic…

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Mayden Academy in new funding scheme to help more women into tech

Coding bootcamp Mayden Academy has announced a new funding scheme to encourage more women to embark on careers in coding. The scheme will offer female…

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Pixel Pioneers Bristol returns to the M Shed in June

On 7 June, a couple of hundred web developers and designers will once again descend on Bristol’s harbourside for the third annual Pixel Pioneers conference….

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Robotics startup reaches crowdfunding target

Bristol start-up Service Robotics Ltd, based at tech and innovation hub Future Space, has exceeded its crowdfunding target for its first product, GenieConnect®. GenieConnect® is a…

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Social Media Week Bristol Returning in June

Global conference, Social Media Week has announced its return to Bristol from 10 – 14 June 2019. One of 25 cities worldwide to host a…

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Spotlight on: The inaugural Black Girl Convention DigiTech Retreat

On Friday 15 March 2019, black women immersed themselves in the first ever Black Girl Convention DigiTech retreat funded and supported by: WECA, KWMC, Reach Robotics,…

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School for diverse founders open for applications

A new programme, SPARK School, from TechSPARK, SETsquared and Engine Shed opens applications today. Some of the biggest barriers to starting a business is knowing…

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Kids’ code beamed to International Space Station

Seventeen young people from Bristol could have code they developed beamed to the International Space Station where it will be run on a specially modified…

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SW sees demand for AI & blockchain

The region will need skills in artificial intelligence, machine learning and blockchain as well as quantum computing in the next few years, according to a…

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Tech Tours: Framework

“Welcome to Framework” booms Gavin Eddy as he invites us into one of Bristol’s latest coworking hubs. The Forward Space founder and CEO takes centre…

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