Jun 23 2020 11:33AM
Finance Business News - An award-winning author who has published her third book is calling for people to try new things and embrace failure after overcoming challenges to take up writing. Accountant and business advisor Della Hudson, who has been named among 20 businesswomen to watch, had found writing difficult at school.
Jun 01 2020 12:53PM
Finance Business News - Student nurse Nicole Stanfield Caile flew back to the United States to care for her estranged father in his dying days. But she was unable to grieve for him immediately after he died because he had not written a will and she had to make difficult decisions on his behalf.
Apr 01 2020 12:00AM
Finance Business News - Business owners and their team often put years of hard work into creating a viable firm. They may prepare for many eventualities - but the coronavirus crisis is undoubtedly unprecedented. The government has advised us to work from home where possible and practice social distancing.
Mar 26 2020 12:00AM
Marketing Business News - A digital marketing agency started by a son and his father have shared their tips for working from home as more people work remotely during the shutdown. David Graves of GWS Media in Bristol, set up the firm 20 years ago and was later joined by his father, Richard.
Mar 18 2020 12:00AM
Finance Business News - Three businessmen who met while playing table football competitively have set up a firm to help protect our loved ones after we are gone. Richard Thomson, Ben Mason and Tom King have combined their skills to create end-of-life planning firm kinherit to ensure final wishes are carried out.
Mar 17 2020 12:00AM
Marketing Business News - It was 145 years ago that the Anglo-Irish poet Alfred Perceval Graves APG penned the famous ballad of Father O Flynn. The author, who was 29 at the time and working as a clerk for the Home Office in London, would later be credited with stirring up fresh public interest in the old folk-songs of Ireland.
Mar 05 2020 12:00AM
Technology Business News - A businessman who happens to share a name with a murderer in his home country of South Africa can no longer leave the UK - after changing his name by deed poll. Martin Vines, who lives in Brislington, Bristol, changed his name over 10 years ago after he was held up by airport security and separated from his young daughter for hours.
Mar 03 2020 12:00AM
Technology Business News - Humans FEAR robots which look like them, according to professionals working in the field of robotics. People prefer robots which do not have highly realistic human-like facial features and movement. But they tend to like robots with more human sounding voices, research has found.
Feb 20 2020 12:00AM
Health Business News - OVER half of millennials would shun a friend if they learned they had the HIV virus, a survey has found. People aged between 25 to 34 years-of-age are also least worried about catching HIV - and campaigners fear a lack of awareness is putting young people at risk of infection.
Feb 10 2020 12:00AM
Finance Business News - An end of life planning firm has received a surge in calls from concerned partners and kids after an 80-year-old woman revealed she planned to marry her toy boy. Iris Jones, from Weston, said her 35-year-old Egyptian boyfriend does not want her for her money and has agreed to write a prenuptial.
Feb 03 2020 12:00AM
Health Business News - A man from Surbiton who defied the odds to recover from a late diagnosis of HIV has spent an evening mixing with a host of activists and campaigners. Roland Chesters was among 124 people nominated for the National Diversity Awards to celebrate their achievements at the finals.
Dec 19 2019 12:00AM
Construction Business News - A MAN who has had two near death misses was inspired to set up his own business a health and safety consultancy. Martyn Weeks, 52, of FRS in St Anne s in Bristol, is now celebrating the firm s 15th anniversary and knows first-hand the dangers of undue care and attention.
Dec 12 2019 12:00AM
Leisure Business News - An avid researcher has spent over two decades collecting thousands of books on astrology - and has converted his home to create a downstairs library. Philip Graves, an astrological historical and cultural researcher, has set up a library to store more than 7,000 books and around 11,000 issues of over 300 journals on the topic.
Dec 04 2019 12:00AM
Health Business News - HIV is on the rise among older women as they remain sexually active but without using protection. There has been a five-fold increase of women aged between 45 and 56 receiving care for HIV in the UK in the last ten years, a study has found.
Dec 04 2019 12:00AM
Health Business News - A woman has spoken out agains the stigma of living with HIV, after a study found the virus is on the rise among older women. As previously reported on Entirely, there has been a five-fold increase of women aged between 45 and 56 receiving care for HIV in the UK in the last ten years.
Nov 19 2019 12:00AM
Food Business News - An Indian take-away in Downend hosted a free community event with family, friends and customers to celebrate the famous Eid festival. Rajastan amp Royal in Westbourne Road invited people to join them for a feast of colourful curries and sweets.
Aug 06 2019 12:00AM
Charity Business News - A man who has campaigned for disability rights after beating the odds to recover from a late diagnosis of HIV has been shortlisted for the UK s largest diversity awards.
Jun 06 2019 12:00AM
Technology Business News - Early adopters of Artificial Intelligence could gain a competitive edge and boost their bottom line, according to a professional working in the field of robotics. Philip Graves of GWS Robotics in Queen Charlotte Street, Bristol, believes the key benefit of AI for business is saving time and money on intelligent data analysis.
May 21 2019 12:00AM
Health Business News - A man from Accrington who defied the odds to recover from a late diagnosis of HIV and go on to fight for disability rights has been nominated for a national award.
Apr 26 2019 12:00AM
Health Business News - A man who was given just two weeks to live after being diagnosed with HIV is urging others to get tested early - and protect their long term health. Roland Chesters, from Accrington, had symptoms for over two years but doctors did not know was wrong with him.