Bournemouths landscape is rapidly changing, with new architecture, leisure venues and businesses arriving and calling Bournemouth home. With so much to offer it’s no surprise so many are taking to Bournemouth to expand their business, lets see why so many are now choosing Bournemouth for business.
A changing business landscape says Bournemouth For Business
As we get to enjoy a beach of a summer, and the Air Festival delivers another awesome aerobatic show.
The urban side of our landscape has completely changed over the past year or so. Tired, seaside architecture has given way to shiny, glass-fronted edifices, smart beachfront apartments, trendy little bars, and new eateries opening to serve world class, world food.
Traditional landmarks like the Royal Exeter Hotel, Bournemouth’s oldest building, stand proudly alongside its newest, a towering new Hilton and 10-screen cineplex that only a year ago, was just a car park.
In hotels, we’ve everything from grand, elegant and traditional, to quirky, bijou and boutique. Next year, the cranes will be moving in next to Bournemouth Pavilion to create a £25 million cultural quarter, with architects Zaha Hadid.
Where better to launch the next big idea, or to debate and plan the future of your organisation?
Last year, almost 120,000 delegates attended events in Bournemouth, stayed in our hotels, strolled along our prom, and ate, drank and chilled out in our many eateries, pubs, clubs and bars. Bright start-up businesses are making Bournemouth a hub of creative and digital talent. Big ones like J P Morgan, LV and Vitality provide employment for thousands of young people.
No question. Bournemouth is riding the crest of a wave right now and it feels very good.
Look around you and see what else is going on – you’ll be pleasantly surprised.