Revive & Thrive is proud to announce and welcome Tammy Sleet to the team as the Company’s BID Development Manager. Tammy will be joining us in early January. It’s a very exciting time for Revive & Thrive, and Tammy is … click here to read on
We are incredibly proud to announce that in the last month, Revive & Thrive, has been awarded contracts to carry out feasibility studies and potential subsequent BID developments in three areas of Wales: Newtown and Brecon in Powys and the … click here to read on
Around 100 Swansea City Centre businesses have signed up to a fantastic Golden Ticket competition this year, giving shoppers the chance to ‘win Christmas’, while encouraging people to shop locally.
Swansea Bid (Business Improvement District) is behind the Golden Ticket … click here to read on
LoyalFree, a multi award winning loyalty app, is encouraging the general public to shop local this Christmas, by offering a huge array of rewards and deals when they decide to purchase from businesses within their local area. The key message … click here to read on
As we pass ten years of BIDs in Scotland it is fitting that Enterprising Bathgate, the very first BID in Scotland should recently have held its renewal ballot, achieving a successful renewal on the 23 August 2018.
This was Enterprising … click here to read on
Based in Poole, Active Research has grown over the last 21 years from humble beginnings into a market leading manufacturer of intelligent marine electronic products. Celebrating its anniversary, the company has achieved global success and now works with over 70 … click here to read on
Invisible Networks and How to Use Them in Your Place
Places are defined by the physical network of buildings and roads that they cover. So it is relatively easy to map the physical area a place occupies from individual streets … click here to read on
Let’s do something radical to boost town centres
By Simon Quin, Director Institute of Place Management
The Daily Mirror on Saturday 3rd March ran a story headlined “Britain’s high streets becoming ‘ghost towns’ due to brutal closures” … click here to read on
A new commercial waste and recycling collection service to be introduced in Leeds city centre aims to help save businesses money while enhancing street aesthetics.
Leeds Business Improvement District (LeedsBID), working in partnership with Leeds-based Forge Recycling, is to deliver … click here to read on