Danny Alexander’s Visit To The Guild

April 30, 2014

 On Friday 25th April Danny Alexander, Chief Secretary to the Treasury came to visit Bath. He had been to Bristol in the morning to announce that the city would be getting an additional £7 million in funding to support it as Europe’s green capital, on this way back to London Danny came to visit Bath. … Read More

Gingerbread Fun With Bickie-Boo

April 23, 2014

Every Wednesday at The Guild is Cake Wednesday. Last week we had a special Cake Wednesday when Julie Beale from Bickie-Boo came in to show us how she builds her special gingerbread houses. Julie’s patented design involves using laces to tie together the gingerbread house at the roof and on the corners. This saves all … Read More

Shopify Comes to Bath

April 14, 2014

The Guild isn’t simply somewhere to plonk yourself for the day with your laptop, its a community! Now we know that communities don’t just happen overnight, so we try to encourage the growth of that community through our branding, the look and feel of our space, and socials both at work and out of hours. … Read More

From Google Glass to Scrabble – Wednesdays at The Guild

April 7, 2014

It may be the Easter hols, but that doesn’t mean the hub shuts down – yesterday was a really good day for us, Wednesday’s have always been a popular day for us…the power of Cake Wednesdays! but yesterday felt different and I think it was due to the two great but very different events that … Read More

Bath: Hacked

April 2, 2014

After six months of planning Bath: Hacked was finally upon us and like the rest of the steering group I breathed a sigh of relief when the first sign-ups appeared half an hour early! Bath: Hacked was all about trying to benefit the community through use of open data and it was great to see … Read More

A Guild Member Interview – Kieran Potts – Content First Web Design

March 6, 2014

This afternoon I had a chat with Kieran Potts founder of New Vintage Media. Kieran builds websites with a content first approach that was born out of a career as a technology journalist and a coincidental encounter with programming. What first got you interested in web design? It was a total accident to be honest, … Read More

A Guild Member Interview – Alison Howell – Taking On An Apprentice

February 18, 2014

Alison runs Foot Trails, England’s only independent walking holiday company focused on rural England. She has just taken on an apprentice and I was really interested to find out more about this and her business. Hi Alison, can you tells us a little bit about Foot Trails? We are a travel company that helps to … Read More

A Guild Member Interview – Imogen Woodford – Bath’s Social Media Queen

February 11, 2014

Today I interviewed Imogen Woodford who runs Social-i. Imogen started Social-i with her business partner Catherine back in 2010 and now runs it with her husband Jason. Social-i provides social media training for business and educational institutes. So Imogen when did you start using social media? Probably about 2005 and it all started with Friends … Read More

What a year 2013 has been

December 16, 2013

#### 2013 was the year that the Guild was officially born and it’s been awesome so far! To celebrate the end of what has been a busy and exciting year for us we asked some of our members to share their highlight of 2013! #### [**Mark Wray -Mark Wray Architects – Director**](http://markwray.co.uk/ “Mark Wray”) Jacking … Read More

Our Green Room has had a new arrival

November 25, 2013

Here at the Guild we have some awesome meeting rooms one of our meeting rooms that’s been a bit quiet up to now is our Green Room: The Green Room has been designed with interviews, recording and filming in mind: The room comes with podcast equipment, an SLR camera, lights and a green screen kit, … Read More

Yoga, WordPress, Film and hacks…a week in the life of The Guild

November 21, 2013

Whenever I show people around the Guild they always ask what the place is…it is a work space? a networking space? or a meeting space? and the answer is that its all three. One of the biggest differences between business centres/hot desking and coworking is that we are trying to build a community space where … Read More

The Guild Launch

September 24, 2013

As many of you may know we first opened our doors at the end of July, however we chose to wait until September to officially launch to allow ourselves time to settle in. Fast forward to last Wednesday, when we welcomed over 110 people through our doors, to see how we had transformed the former … Read More

Books, Bookcases and Blanks

July 16, 2013

Last week The Guild finally opened its doors (phew!) and we’ve had some great feedback, the best being people already setting up office here. One or two comments from people seeing the space for the first time was that in some rooms the space looked a bit blank, in some cases that’s been a design … Read More