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Did you know Bristol used to have its own timezone, which was around ten minutes slower than the time in London? Until railroads connected the two cities and telegraph communications were introduced, the standardisation we’re now used to simply wasn’t required. Time was based on the highest point of the sun in a given location (natural noon) and as this took place at different times in Bristol and London, we had a local time difference up until 1880 when we ditched solar time for Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). 

Do millennials care about saving money?

It pains me to admit that I’m a stereotype. A millennial who likes avocado on toast. Yes, I used...

Understand and reduce card fees. A buyer's guide for merchants

The Merchant Service Charge (MSC) is both the largest and most commonly overcharged card...

The darker side of contactless

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Community engagement: the key to survival for Bristol’s high street

4 ways to rally your community’s support and keep the high street on its feet.

How your business can bounce back better from Covid19

We won’t argue that business is business-as-usual, or that adapting to the “new normal” is as...

Keep business moving during the pandemic: 5 queue management hacks

Us Brits are well-known for our dedication to queues. If reputation is to be believed, we’re the...

Rolling Italy: on turning passion into profession

Ahead of our Bristol launch, we caught up with James and Chloe, the owners of Rolling Italy...

The cashless habit that’s changing your business

Going Cashless: How to make the move and what are the benefits for your business?