north east bristol business support Success Stories

Fairbite is a mobile fresh fruit and vegetable business which aims to bring fresh, affordable vegetables to communities and promote a sustainable and healthy lifestyle, run by Hielen Tekeste

Lucy Willoughby, owner of Good Things spoke to us about plans to open her new pop-up shop in The Galleries, Bristol, supported by North & East Bristol Enterprise Support (NEBES)

Sue Weeks, who goes under the stage name Suzanne Stewart, is a Bristol based author and lyricist who has worked in performance poetry, short plays and songs for local festivals

Nigel Smith is the Director and Animator at the non-profit CIC, Stop Mo Studios. From their studio in Eastville, Bristol, Stop Mo Studios create craft stop motion films about a variety of topics like health and sustainability, using traditional methods in a very creative way

The Improv Theatre is the UK’s first full-time dedicated improv theatre company. With a team of 14, the theatre operates in a four-story building in Clifton, Bristol, where they put on regular shows, as well as teach Improv classes, workshops and function as a venue hire

Barbara Evripidou is a freelance photographer and owner of First Avenue Photography, with over 30 years of experience in corporate and PR photography

Ben East is the founder and sole director of Earthwise Construction, a sustainable construction and ventilation company based in Bristol

The Famous Company – a Bristol based business helping unsigned global music artists, is broadening its services thanks support from North and East Bristol Enterprise Support (NEBES) and grant funding from the West of England Combined Authority

Rosie Reiter is a Bristol based artist who has started her own business creating vibrant nature themed art, prints, greeting cards and bespoke murals

MojaKid is an innovative and conscious kids clothing company that seeks to communicate the values of respect, unity and freedom, which was founded by Meera Pandya out of her base in Redland, Bristol

KC Concepts Pop Up Shop – the first to be black owned, launches at The Galleries shopping mall in Bristol thanks to support from NEBES.

Nom Wholefoods is a plastic free wholefoods delivery service, which delivers throughout East Bristol and parts of South Gloucestershire, an online gift store for fitness enthusiasts, was set up by Stephen Taggart to sell clothing, drinkware and accessories.

Giulia Danielis is a self-professed dog lover and is “passionate about helping people understand, communicate, train and thrive with their dogs.’’ Today she runs My Kinda Dog, a premium dog training and people coaching business

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