Bristol City Council's Cabinet has decided to build on the zone's successes to date by approving plans for its further development. Meanwhile, young people have been learning about media production at Engine Shed and we have been meeting another of the businesses who have recently moved into the area - Arcadis. You can also scroll to the bottom of this email for a round-up of news and feature from the past month.
Proposals for the expansion of Engine Shed and the Enterprise Zone approved
Proposals to expand the Enterprise Zone and redevelop the derelict George and Railway site for an expanded Engine Shed have been approved by Bristol City Council's Cabinet. More information is available on our website, and an interactive timeline has been produced to summarise the zone's successes to date.
Young people get stuck in at boomsatsuma’s first day of media production
Creative and media agency boomsatsuma, which is based at Engine Shed, has welcomed the first students to its media production course, which offers young people entry level pathways into creative and high tech industries. Find out more about boomsatsuma and the course on our blog.
Invest Bristol & Bath to host Baltic States delegation
A delegation of high tech businesses, software and game developers and fintech companies from the Baltic States will be visiting the region as part of a trade mission to London and Bristol organised by the Latvian-British Chamber of Commerce. Invest Bristol & Bath will host a day of round table discussions and networking opportunities where the delegation will have the opportunity to explore the region and hear why Bristol & Bath is the largest cluster for tech and digital companies outside of London.