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Mother’s Day is fast approaching this year, and if you are left floundering for gift ideas, then keep reading, as we reveal some of the best events taking place in Bristol to treat dear old mam–after all, experiencing fun-days out to recall for years to come with your mother is the best gift you can possibly give, and Bristol is full to the brim of memorable activities.

The Matthew Harbour Trip

Visit Bristol’s harbour on the day for an hour-long ferry trip to enjoy a staggering view of the city water-side. This charming old-school ship combined with breathtaking views is sure to wow her.

The American Museum

If you don’t fancy braving the cold of harbourside, why not visit the American Museum Mother’s Day weekend, for a fun family-friendly time? With sprawling lawns and gardens and American-themed music, it’s sure to spirit you away.

No1 Harbourside

Nothing can quite beat a tasty meal out–especially if someone else is paying! The delicious European restaurant is offering a special Mother’s Day 3-course menu, but only for one day early. Book a table now to avoid disappointment.

Clevedon Hall

If you’re looking to dine with a bit more class, Clevedon Hall are hosting a special lunch lunch cooked by Michelin chef Alan Jones. This gorgeous Jacobean mansion overlooks a breathtaking garden and river, ensuring it’s a Mothers Day to remember.

The Forge

If you are in the mood for something a bit more rustic, The Forge have invited the A Tavalo team to prepare a rustic Italian menu for this years Mother’s Day. What’s more, you can choose to dine for lunch, late lunch or dinner, leaving you the option to fit it around other Mother’s Day activities.

Grantham Road Pampering Evening

For an evening of luxury, look no further than KMC Preschool who are hosting an evening of pampering Tuesday 6th of March. Complete with pampering treatments, stalls of goods, refreshments and a raffle it’s the perfect way to treat your mum early this Mothers Day.

Radnor Rooms Brunch Party

Looking for something a bit more exciting? Then head down to Radnor Rooms on the 11th for a roof-top party brunch 90’s music, champagne, canapes, a themed cocktail bar and fancy dress, for an atypical but fun Mother’s Day celebration.

This blog was brought to you by Raw Space, a coworking space based in Bristol. Find out more here

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The digital sphere is constantly evolving, along with the industries that simultaneously rely on and enrich it. If you’re a communicator, marketer, or entrepreneur looking to keep up, here is our pick of the top digital trends to watch in 2018 from Raw Space co-working.

Blockchain

2017 was the year of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, which were explored https://raw-space.co.uk/bitcoin/ a previous post here on the Raw Space blog. This fascinating array of digital forms of money landed headline after headline last year, as well as a spot in multiple investment portfolios. Taking that into account, 2018 is expected to be the year of blockchain, the technology that makes almost all cryptocurrency processes possible.

In the simplest terms, blockchain is a decentralised digital ledger system that allows the recording and verification of transactions publicly, chronologically, and immutably. https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/jan/28/blockchain-so-much-bigger-than-bitcoin Observer Tech Monthly deputy editor Ian Tucker explains that the technology eliminates risks of fraud and the need for a middleman, thereby opening up many opportunities for fields like voting systems, healthcare, and even power generation. This means that blockchain holds a valuable place in technology in 2018 and the years to come, no matter the price of Bitcoin.

Shortening the purchase funnel

Since the birth of ecommerce, the industry has come a long way in ensuring security and convenience of shopping. In 2018, however, it is bound to do even more.

Just recently, https://www.ayima.com/blog/march-digital-roundup.html Ayima shared that major online players like Facebook and Google announced new ways to bring companies’ products and services even closer to potential consumers. Facebook plans to shorten a customer’s purchase funnel by connecting advertisers with users who have shown interest in certain travel destinations. This feature, called ‘trip consideration’ should roll out later this year. Meanwhile, Google is developing a new “Where can I buy this?” service that will better connect product-based searchers with retailers like Target or Home Depot. This feature aims to leverage a recent 85% increase in product-based mobile searches and to help Google compete with Amazon.

Privacy and Security

The EU’s much-anticipated General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to impact businesses across the globe as it rolls out next month. “http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/gdpr-impact-businesses-uk/” The policy covers not just businesses in the EU, but those outside of the region that cater to customers in the Union. This means that it will most likely affect your business, regardless of the Brexit decision or your company size.

Marketers and entrepreneurs will not only do well to avoid hefty fines and privacy disasters; they can also use the current conversation on privacy and security to establish trust and credibility among potential consumers. Cybersecurity has been a major topic of concern, and rightly so, as more and more of daily living gets played out in the digital sphere. Therefore, “https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesagencycouncil/2018/02/06/digital-marketing-trends-you-can-expect-to-see-this-year/3/#12f72ee87510” Forbes recommends taking simple steps like ensuring that your contact information is up to date, securing checkout processes, and displaying security badges.

In conclusion

2018 is set to be an exciting year for digital platforms and all they have to offer. This is why it’s important to track and evaluate current trends and reports, while also enriching digital outputs with collaboration and real-life discussion.

https://raw-space.co.uk/coworking-bristol/” Here at Raw Space co-working, the emphasis is on community and collaboration, especially since Bristol is one of the most culturally diverse, modern, and buzzing cities in the UK. By combining local community insights and global trends, you and your business will have the best opportunity for growth.

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Welcome to this week’s Raw Space blog post! Today, we will be talking a little about accountability groups. You might be wondering what an accountability group is, or what they are good for, but don’t worry, as we’ll answer that question and more in this week’s blog post.

What is an Accountability Group?

An accountability group is a small group of who help keep each other motivated when working on big projects. Accountability groups share their work, or the goal they are working towards and regularly report to each other on their progress. The name for this type of group comes from the fact they hold each other accountable for setting a quota to meet for their project, and sticking to that quota, for those who need the extra nudge to get working.

The Advantages of Accountability Groups

The main advantage of accountability groups is that it helps you keep motivated. Having others hold you responsible for the work you do an a daily or weekly basis is a good way to jump-kick you into action. Being social creatures, we respond well to being around others, and receiving praise and recognition for the work we do. This is why accountability groups are a successful way to ensure you are on track with working towards whatever project you have going on. It’s also an opportunity to expand your network of connections, and broaden your horizons, see what other people work on and how they go about achieving their goals.

Tips for Creating an Accountability Group

If you are looking to establish an accountability group, the important thing to bear in mind is what you are hoping to achieve with the support the group can provide. Once you have that in mind, you can then search for like-minded individuals who might be interested in joining. It might be tempting to just stick to close friends, and while it is not an issue to have friends as members of the group, you should reach out to others you might usually not associate with.
Working with friends, you might be more tempted to “let each other off the hook” or to find yourself chatting away rather than being productive.
Don’t be disheartened if you find an accountability group isn’t for you. Not everyone will respond well to it, and you might find it isn’t motivating you. More confident and outgoing people will find it easier than those with anxiety, so remember this if you are considering creating a group.
Another important element is the location. If you are all from different countries, then a place online is more suited to your needs, such as a Facebook group, or using an online messaging app like Discord, where you can set up your own server with text and voice chat rooms. That way, weekly voice calls can be scheduled to see where everyone is up to.
For those fortunate to live in close proximity, you could look into renting a co-working space like Raw Space!

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Raw Space by Joseph Edwards - 1M ago

Raw Space is a Bristol-based co-working company that offers a place for businesses to collaborate. But what exactly is a co-working space? And what benefits does using one offer? We will explore this in this week’s blog post.

First, let’s discuss a little bit about Raw Space. Raw Space can be found at 111 Gloucester Road, just around the corner from the Hobgoblin Pub (just in case you need an extra nudge to visit yourself!) Sam Hicks, Raw Space’s manager, recognised all co-working offices were focused in the city-centre, and saw the demand for more further afield, thus the northern Bristol co-working space opened up there.
Raw Space is used by multiple people of various age demographics. You can get in contact with these people here.
But Raw Space understands that life shouldn’t be all work and no play. Along with being able to spend your work time there, Raw Space is also open for people to spend their personal time. A full list of the activities on offer are available to see here.

Now why should you use Raw Space? There are many reasons why a co-working space can be beneficial to you in regards to you work and personal life.
For working, Raw Space offers rooms with different design structures for different occupations in mind, so you can pick the right place for you, and only work around other people with similar roles and goals. This will mean you get to work in an environment without distraction. The places to choose from include a head-space for more quiet, focused work, an open space that encourages collaboration and a creative space complete with board games and a library.
What’s more, since so many people with different sets of skills use Raw Space, finding someone to collaborate with who meets your needs is almost guaranteed, and you can begin building up a network of connections; because in every business, it’s not what you know that’s most important, but who you know.
And as outlined earlier, Raw Space is for more than just working. There are always a wide variety of events taking place. For example, Friday 30th March is ‘Family Friday’, and also there is a social event taking place at Gloucester Road pub. Being a growing community, within Raw Space you are likely not only to build up a network of contacts you can rely on in a business sense, but make friends with whom you can enjoy quality time with.
And although a membership fee is required, Raw Space offers a variety of packages so you can find the perfect one that fits your schedule and budget. Check out what memberships are available here. New members can apply for a free seven-day trial, but we have no doubt you’ll love it so much you’ll want to stick around!

No doubt Raw Space has pique your interest, and if you’re eager to learn more, take the virtual tour, and see if Raw Space is the right fit for you!

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As Raw Space prides themselves in being a space for supporting businesses both new and old, so let’s tackle one of businesses toughest issues – keeping employees motivated.

Workers are the cogs that are needed to keep the machines of all companies in motion. Without them, no business could ever run, so it is imperative they remain motivated in the workplace. Let’s discuss some ideas on how you can manage this.

A Happy Worker is a Motivated One

If a worker is happy in their work, it follows that they will then be more productive in turn. In order to keep your workers feel valued, have regular meetings with staff members, just regular check-ups to see how they feel about working for you, and any changes you could make for them to feel more accommodated. Obviously you can’t make major changes to the workplace, such as promoting them to a managerial position on the spot or giving them a huge raise, just smaller things like vending machines, or ergonomic equipment if it is a office, for example. But communication is key to make sure you employees know that you acknowledge them and the work they do for the company.

Incentives might work also. For example Gleem, a Bristol-based cleaning company, offer ‘Cleaner of the Month Awards’, rewarding the most hard-working employee each month to not only boost productivity but to keep their workers feeling valued.

Train Employees

Training employees is a must. If they receive adequate training for their position, they will feel more comfortable. This also feeds into the idea of keeping your staff force happy, as trained employees will recognise you are dedicating the time and resources to train them.

And training them will maximise efficiency in the workplace regardless. There are online programs dedicated to training employees, tracking progress and offering courses to keep employee training simple.

Set an Example

Show yourself to be as hardworking as you want your staff to be. After all, if you aren’t work harding, then why should they?

And people will always pick up on others mood and replicate them unknowingly. Demonstrate that you are excited and happy to work and your workers will emulate this in return.

Give Them a Goal to Work Towards

Giving them an end-goal to work towards will no doubt help boost motivation. If they don’t have something to work towards, then they won’t really feel like giving their all to their work. So remind them of pressing deadlines to let them know they are working for something, or better yet, offer promotions or rises for employees that are performing particularly well. This will be an even more effective method of pushing them to keep motivated, as it’s offering a reward they will no doubt want.

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Raw Space by Admin - 2M ago

Raw Space prides itself in being supportive for new businesses. Previously, we have discussed the common issues that new business often come up against and how to get past these problems. We’re going to backtrack a little, and talk about what you need when starting a business.

Money

Funding was outlined as one of the issues new business owners struggle with. But it is a necessity when starting a business. Some very small online businesses, such as stores on the online site Etsy require very little money, just the fee to list items, but it is minimal on the scale of what businesses cost. If you’re aiming a bit higher than this, you need to draw up a budget for your business idea and then make sure you have sufficient funds.

You can raise funds by either taking out loans, attracting an angel investor or venture capitalist or by crowd-funding using sites such as Kickstarter, a very popular method of raising capital in this day and age.

Research

Of course all the money in the world is not going to help if you haven’t taken the time to do research. Is there a demand for your service? Is there a chance for success? Also look into existing businesses in the area you’re interested in. Once you’ve checked those boxes, you’re ready to move on, and look into getting your business up and running.

Motivation

Getting the idea down on paper is the easy part. Setting it in motion is hard. It’s too easy to be put-off the idea of lifting your business off of the ground because of the amount of work and stress it will lead to. Keep in mind why you wanted to start this business. Don’t lose sight of this goal.

If needed, look to others for help. Acquiring a partner for your business lightens the workload and can give you the pep talk you need to spur you into action. It is also a way that you could tackle funding. It’ll be easier once the business is up and running, it’s just that initial step that is the hardest/ So remember the fact that it will get easier with time.

Choose a Name

Every business needs a name, and yours is not different. Names should be simple, and give a very general idea of what your business is and what service it offers, though large businesses can get away with it’s name not really having much relevance since it’ popular enough that people know what they do, such as McDonalds.

It is imperative to make sure the business name you want isn’t already taken and trademarked otherwise that will lead to a legal debacle.

Also, with how important it is to have an online presence in this day and age, try and grab a URL matching your company name, or one as close as you can manage.

This blog post was written by Amy Cowley. For business inquiries please email me at linkslove.amy@gmail.com

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Raw Space by Admin - 2M ago

Mother’s Day is fast approaching this year, and if you are left floundering for gift ideas, then keep reading, as we reveal some of the best events taking place in Bristol to treat dear old mam–after all, experiencing fun-days out to recall for years to come with your mother is the best gift you can possibly give, and Bristol is full to the brim of memorable activities.

The Matthew Harbour Trip

Visit Bristol’s harbour on the day for an hour-long ferry trip to enjoy a staggering view of the city water-side. This charming old-school ship combined with breathtaking views is sure to wow her.

The American Museum

If you don’t fancy braving the cold of harbourside, why not visit the American Museum Mother’s Day weekend, for a fun family-friendly time? With sprawling lawns and gardens and American-themed music, it’s sure to spirit you away.

No1 Harbourside

Nothing can quite beat a tasty meal out–especially if someone else is paying! The delicious European restaurant is offering a special Mother’s Day 3-course menu, but only for one day early. Book a table now to avoid disappointment.

Clevedon Hall

If you’re looking to dine with a bit more class, Clevedon Hall are hosting a special lunch lunch cooked by Michelin chef Alan Jones. This gorgeous Jacobean mansion overlooks a breathtaking garden and river, ensuring it’s a Mothers Day to remember.

The Forge

If you are in the mood for something a bit more rustic, The Forge have invited the A Tavalo team to prepare a rustic Italian menu for this years Mother’s Day. What’s more, you can choose to dine for lunch, late lunch or dinner, leaving you the option to fit it around other Mother’s Day activities.

Grantham Road Pampering Evening

For an evening of luxury, look no further than KMC Preschool who are hosting an evening of pampering Tuesday 6th of March. Complete with pampering treatments, stalls of goods, refreshments and a raffle it’s the perfect way to treat your mum early this Mothers Day.

Radnor Rooms Brunch Party

Looking for something a bit more exciting? Then head down to Radnor Rooms on the 11th for a roof-top party brunch 90’s music, champagne, canapes, a themed cocktail bar and fancy dress, for an atypical but fun Mother’s Day celebration.

This blog was brought to you by Raw Space, a coworking space based in Bristol. Find out more here

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Raw Space is a co-working space beneficial for start-up businesses. Entrepreneurship is an attractive idea, but there are many challenges to overcome. This week we will discuss starting-up a business, the obstacles that might arise and how to solve these issues.

Common Problems

Funding: How is it you intend to fund your business idea? If you can pay for it out of pocket, you are extremely fortunate, but so many do not have that luxury. But there are multiple methods available to raise the capital needed.
Bank loan: Perhaps the most obvious form of funding would be to take a bank loan. However, this method may be the most risky as there is no guarantee the loan will be granted, and then there is the matter of repaying the loan plus interest. New businesses tend not to make a profit within the first few years, so a bank loan adds a lot of pressure and stress.
Crowd-fund: In more recent years websites such as GoFundMe, YouCaring and KickStarter have cropped up, allowing people to crowd-fund their projects. How does it work? You simply login to the website, and make a post about your project. If it is a project selling products to the public, companies often offer different pledge tiers–the more people pledge, the more additional extras they earn. This is an effective way to persuade people to donate more to your project so you can fund it quickly and ensure your project is as high quality as you envision.
Angel investor: Angel investors are rich individuals who invest money in business ventures, though they don’t invest out of the goodness of their own heart. They will often ask for a cut of the profit or even part of the business itself. In order to attract an angel investor, pitch your project in a succinct manner, and demonstrate you have the know-how, experience and passion needed to run a business

Making Profit: Every business will run into this issue at the start. As a new business competing against the thousands already established, you business won’t have much of a foothold. You need to put yourself forward, and show the world what you have to offer.

Marketing: Know your audience, and market your business towards them. Social media is a fantastic advertising platform. Social sites such as Twitter and Tumblr allow companies to purchase ad spaces on their website. Each platform has million of users, so word of your business is bound to garner interest.

Use Your Community: There is no harm in starting small and getting local folk talking. Sponsor charity runs, leave business cards or flyers in local stores. Charity shops are more often than not happy to host flyers and leaflets for small businesses and events. Though you might not notice the difference immediately, even a couple of interested people can make all the difference in the world down the line.

Network: Building up relationships is hugely beneficial especially as a start-up. Don’t be afraid to out yourself out there and shake some hands. Linkedin is a great place to start, as many other business have an account, presenting perfect opportunities to build up a network.

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Raw Space by Admin - 3M ago

Bitcoins are one category, and perhaps the most well-known of cryptocurrency that has recently been reported in the news again due to fluctuations of their value. But what exactly is cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrency is a type of currency like no other that came into existence in 2009 with the creation of Bitcoin. While it has physical value, it has no tangible existence; it exists purely in the digital world. Encryption techniques such as cryptography are used to generate, regulate and transfer the cryptocurrencies. The value of most grow from their original worth, as Bitcoin famously has, making them a worthwhile, but sometimes risky investment.  

A Brief History of Bitcoins

As of September 2017, there are thousands of different types of cryptocurrency, but it was bitcoins that were the pioneers.

Bitcoins were the first type of cryptocurrency to be developed in 2009 by the Satoshi Nakamoto. Their original base value in 2009 was worth hardly anything. Over the years it steadily increased, but would sometimes decrease in value some months.

In 2011, the worth increased to $1, then grew exponentially so that in July 2011 it was 1 bitcoin for $31, but before the end the worth dropped to 2, before growing to 13 come 2012.

The growth that occurred in the following years is astonishing, with 1 bitcoin converting to $266, and then in 2014, fluctuating between $700 and $100, ending at $700. 2015 saw a decrease with worth between $300-$500, an increase in the following year to $600, and reaching the high of $17,900 late 2017. As of February 2018, the worth unfortunately has decayed to $6,200. While still a significant amount it is an extremely sharp decline in value. With how the value of bitcoins decreases and increases sporadically, it is impossible to predict any future growth or decline.

Other Cryptocurriences

While Bitcoin inarguably has monopolized the cryptocurrency market, there are alternatives that still have importance and value.

Litecoin is one such variant. Launched in 2011, Litecoin has been referred to as “silver to b

Bitcoins gold”. It has a faster transfer rate than Bitcoins due to is faster block generation.

Ethereum was launched in 2015, and in the cryptocurrency industry it is second only to Bitcoin. However Ethereum acts more like an app than it does a currency.

Late 2016 saw the release of ZCash, an open-source cryptocurrency. While ZCash offers more security and privacy, information involved in transactions such sender, recipient and the amount are kept private.

Dash, originally founded under the name “Dark Cash” works in a similar manner, known as a more private version of Bitcoin. Because of its advanced mastercode network, transactions are practically impossible to trace.

Ripple was released in 2012, and is a network that allows instant and low-cost international payments. It is less-taxing on computers as it doesn’t require mining like Bitcoins do, thus decreasing the amount of CPU power needed, which reduces latency.

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I stroll along Gloucester Road, soaking in the local, independent attitude and checking out the local artwork and street art.

I arrive at 111 Gloucester Road, grab my swipe card and scan myself in the front door of Raw Space.

As I walk in I notice a new event has been put in the board at the bottom of the stairs…it’s yoga tonight…I think I’ll go.

As I walk up the stairs I hear people engaged in morning conversation about their businesses. At the top of the stairs I hang my coat, get my laptop out of my bag and walk through the space: I have a few key things to get done today so I think I’ll start in Head Space: it’s quieter in there, and it’ll help me get through this task list of mine.

I see 1 desk free on a 4 pod of desks by a window and put my laptop down there: the members on the other 3 seats are hard at work, but break from their work to smile and say hi. I sit down, open my mac and settle in to my to do list: having people around me that are working hard motivates me so much more…when I’m at home it’s far too easy to do random chores (or binge watch the newest series on Netflix).

I’m halfway through my task list for the day and it’s only 11am: so I treat myself to a coffee: in the kitchen I see a few people gathering around the professional coffee machine. They’re having a lesson in making latte’s, I’ve always wanted to know how to make a proper coffee so I join in on the lesson. With some assistance I make a coffee that a barista would be proud of, great, because with unlimited free tea and coffee I’ll be taking advantage of my new skill!

As I walk back to my desk I decide to change my working position so move to the standing desk to keep my posture in check. By the time I hit 1pm I’ve completed my to do list and feel proud. I look around and spot someone I met at a business networking event last week, she looks hungry too, so I invite her to lunch. We stroll along Gloucester Road and chat about what sort of food we fancy: a quick check on Wriggle and City Munch shows us a plethora of choice: we decide to eat at Eat a Pitta, my favourite falafel place in the world, it’s delicious as always. Even though she’s never tried it before I persuade her to come to yoga with me. It’s great to help people try new experiences and I know how relaxing yoga is at the end of a class (not necessarily during the class though!).

After lunch we go back to Raw Space and I move myself into open space. With my to do list for the day completed it’ll be another great opportunity to work on the business not in the business. I sit down at one of the whiteboard tables, grab some marker pens and start scribbling some ideas for how to grow my business. I naturally start talking to a few other people on the table who are using the whiteboard table too. When I’m in the space I feel supported by the other members, we’re all in this together, challenging ourselves to achieve. We all set intentions together and write them up on the whiteboard. Sometimes it’s intimidating to put your intentions out into the world. Some people don’t like it, but every time I do it I find myself much more committed to making sure I complete the actions.

I glance up at the clock, it’s 5:30pm and yoga starts at 6. What a great day, task list done, some great decisions made on how I’ll grow my business and now for some exercise and reflection.

The yoga participants filter into the room where yoga happens and we enjoy a deep stretch…lovely.

I leave Raw Space for the day feeling accomplished and refreshed, with a spring in my step as I walk back home to see my family, excited to spend the evening with them, and equally excited to get back into Raw Space and achieve some more.

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