Business & IP Centre Bristol

The Business & IP Centre Bristol supports entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses from that first spark of inspiration to successfully launching and developing a business.

Libraries aren’t just full of books. They’re full of ideas. Bright ideas that change the world. Bright ideas imagined by inspiring people. Inspiring people like you and Bristol Libraries , in partnership with the British Library and other libraries across the UK are leading a revolution by inspiring a thriving community of new and existing business owners. It’s free and open to everyone and it’s transforming the way ideas grow into successful businesses.

Bristol BIPC is based at Bristol Central Library and offers a wide range of business information, resources, events and workshops as well as spaces for you to work, meet and research, including free Wi-Fi and places to plug in your devices.

Our trained BIPC staff can support you on your business journey, whether your at the start of an idea or your small business is already up and running. We work with a range of expert partners who offer free clinics, workshops and advice .

Covering the the City of Bristol, BIPC Bristol is part of Bristol Libraries, working in partnership with The British Library.

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  • After you have attended one of our events we ask that you complete a short feedback form. We will use the information you provide to improve the services we offer in line with our legitimate interests. This information is collected and transferred to us by our third-party processor, Impact Reporting using their Impact Assessment Tool. Impact Reporting will retain your data to save time when completing any future feedback forms we may send you. For more information about how they use personal information, please see their privacy policy online at https://impactreporting.co.uk/legal/privacy-policy/
  • For information about how the British Library will use your personal data, you can view our Privacy Policy at https://www.bl.uk/about-us/privacy-policy
  • For information about how Bristol Libraries will use your personal data, you can view Bristol City Council Privacy Statement. https://www.bristol.gov.uk/about-our-website/privacy

The Business & IP Centre Bristol supports entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses from that first spark of inspiration to successfully launching and developing a business.

Libraries aren’t just full of books. They’re full of ideas. Bright ideas that change the world. Bright ideas imagined by inspiring people. Inspiring people like you and Bristol Libraries , in partnership with the British Library and other libraries across the UK are leading a revolution by inspiring a thriving community of new and existing business owners. It’s free and open to everyone and it’s transforming the way ideas grow into successful businesses.

Bristol BIPC is based at Bristol Central Library and offers a wide range of business information, resources, events and workshops as well as spaces for you to work, meet and research, including free Wi-Fi and places to plug in your devices.

Our trained BIPC staff can support you on your business journey, whether your at the start of an idea or your small business is already up and running. We work with a range of expert partners who offer free clinics, workshops and advice .

Covering the the City of Bristol, BIPC Bristol is part of Bristol Libraries, working in partnership with The British Library.

Remember to follow our page to receive the latest events and workshop invitations straight to your inbox.

Contact us

Follow us to keep up to date.

  • After you have attended one of our events we ask that you complete a short feedback form. We will use the information you provide to improve the services we offer in line with our legitimate interests. This information is collected and transferred to us by our third-party processor, Impact Reporting using their Impact Assessment Tool. Impact Reporting will retain your data to save time when completing any future feedback forms we may send you. For more information about how they use personal information, please see their privacy policy online at https://impactreporting.co.uk/legal/privacy-policy/
  • For information about how the British Library will use your personal data, you can view our Privacy Policy at https://www.bl.uk/about-us/privacy-policy
  • For information about how Bristol Libraries will use your personal data, you can view Bristol City Council Privacy Statement. https://www.bristol.gov.uk/about-our-website/privacy

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