This week we published the South West Covid-19 community resources to help people staying at home with their businesses. From mental health, cultural resources, parent guides and more, we hope to collect a living resource list to help people through these tough times.
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Some good news
The sun has been a blessing and a curse this week (hence the tropical cover image). We’ve been soaking up the rays from our bedroom floors, balconies and gardens… wherever we can! With the sun came some sunny news we wanted to share:
- Copies of the Innovate Bristol book were donated to the city of Bristol secondary schools as part of the Innovate Bristol Collaboration project.
- The owners of Psychopomp gin distillery have been busy making hand sanitiser to raise money for The Grand Appeal. They were giving it away for free in exchange for donations for the charity and raised £2,488.52! They are no longer supplying to the public but will be delivering the hand sanitiser to local emergency services and organisations helping those at high risk.
- Bristol-based LettUs Grow continues to grow during coronavirus
- We have information on our resource guide about the grant opportunities for businesses, as well as an open-source document of active investors
- 15 online pitches from student entrepreneurs from The University of Bristol were listened to last week, all of whom adapted their plans and even business models in the face of COVID-19
- Bristol named among Europe’s top cities for tech growth as it embraces Artificial Intelligence read more
- Dyson and Airbus expect green light to start making ventilators read more
- Good news for the clean energy space as the UK’s parliament pension fund is dumping fossil fuel investments read more
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Have you seen these on our resources?
- Slack group for creative freelancers by Bristol Media
- Free SEO course by Moz
- Virtual events such as online STEM conferences
- 600 free online university courses
- Free consultation calls
- Bristol media supports Bristol’s creative industries by aggregating support and news from members