1 - 2 of 2 businesses for sale

Hair Extension Supplier - Wholesale and Distribution - Bristol

Asking Price: £1,000,000
Turnover:  £549,000
Location: South West

Relocatable ecommerce business. Well-established with trade and retail customers. Over 5,000 registered customers with good levels of repeat custom. Scope for further development. One stop shop for all client requirements. Rent £395 pcm including business rates. Lease expiring in 2020. Leasehold. ...

Temporary Works Engineering - Engineering - Bristol

Asking Price: £450,000
Turnover:  £1,356,544
Location: South West

Long-established temporary works engineering company in Bristol, enviable client base within the construction, civil engineering and TV/ media industries. Excellent shareholders return, excellent reputation, experienced loyal staff and management, extensive premises. GP £550k. ...

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Local information: Bristol, South West

Bristol is a city, unitary authority area and ceremonial county in south west England, with an estimated population of 416,400 for the unitary authority and a surrounding urban area with an estimated 561,500 residents, making it the UKs eighth most populous city. It received a Royal Charter in 1155, was granted County status in 1373, and from the 13th century ranked among the top three English cities after London, alongside York and Norwich, until the rise of Liverpool, Birmingham and Manchester during the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century.

In more recent years the economy has depended on the aerospace industry, and the city centre docks have been regenerated as a centre of heritage and culture.

The city borders the counties of Somerset and Gloucestershire and is built around the River Avon, also boasting a short coastline on the estuary of the River Severn where it flows into the Bristol Channel.