Bristol To Be Top Event Venue Location For 2012

Bristol is looking forward to a prosperous year in 2012 and events are set to be one of the main driving factors for the local economy.

Event venues such as Brunelís Old Station hold various conferences and meetings throughout the year and that is only set to increase as the demand caused by the Olympics means that more people will host their events outside of the capital.

Furthermore the news that Bristol could be in line for a massive investment to launch super speed broadband across the city is only set to boost Bristolís reputation as a business destination.
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This is all part of the drive for Bristol to be recognised as a green capital city with a range of energy saving measures which are designed to boost, rather than hold back, productivity.

Part of this is a 60 million pound drive to make transport even better in the city (Brunelís Old Station is already very convenient as it is located next to Bristol Temple Meads train station). At the same time Bristol is also aiming to be the home of the government's Green Investment Bank.

Bristol City Council leader Barbara Janke told the Insider : "Bristol is recognised across the UK as one of the most economically strong and resilient cities in the country.

"Together with our business partners we shall continue to make the case for Bristol to be the home of the new Green Investment Bank, and to unlock multimillion-pound government investment for super-fast broadband roll out in cities.Ē

The next Bristol event to be held at Brunelís is the cider festival held on the weekend of January 27 and 28.

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