The Business Exchange celebrates Bath’s Top 100 businesses

By Nick Batten on 26 September, 2019

The spectacular Roof Garden at Bath Racecourse recently hosted a champagne reception to celebrate the Top 100 Businesses in Bath as rated in the autumn edition of The Business Exchange.

In partnership with S&P Global Marketing Intelligence –The Business Exchange has published Bath’s Top 100 businesses ranked by turnover each year since 2016 when the magazine was launched in Bath.

The list provides a unique insight into the diversity of Bath’s business landscape and aims to encourage growth, healthy competition and pride in the local business community.

Guests at the event included attendees from various local firms including Wessex Water, Altran Praxis, BuroHappold, Curo, Interaction, M J Church, Novia Financial and Rotork.

The evening saw presentations from Anita Jaynes, Owner of The Business Exchange and Jo Hall from Bath Racecourse. The Business Exchange was also delighted that The Right Worshipful Mayor of Bath, Councillor Gerry Curran and Mayoress Ms Caroline Haworth MBE were also able to attend.

Speaking at the event, Anita said, “In Bath, we should be so very proud of the industry and talent we have on our doorstep and as a collective champion it. We need to raise the city’s profile and ensure that it’s known not just nationally, but internationally as a great place to do business, as well as live, work and visit.

“Each edition of The Business Exchange aims to give businesses that otherwise go unnoticed a voice. We are proud to be Bath’s only dedicated business to business magazine.”

Anita added, “Through our magazines, online offering, awards and events we help businesses connect and form meaningful relationships. A huge thanks to Jo Hall, Executive Director of Bath Racecourse and Maria Fairbarn, Business Development Manager for hosting us this evening.”

To work with The Business Exchange call Sian Swift on 07710 566145 or email and to enquire about corporate packages at Bath Racecourse email

Pictured above: Councillor Gerry Curran, Mayor of Bath, and other guests at the event which took place on 19th September