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Top Bath companies by revenue

The Roman city of Bath has a wide range of businesses working across an incredibly diverse set of industries. The city contributed £3.2 billion in gross value added (GVA) to the UK's economy during 2012. There are currently around 8,500 businesses based in the city, employing 92,000 people. High value added commercial sectors account for around 30% of the overall employment in the area.

The city is particularly strong in sectors such as creative, digital, IT and technology, with above-average levels of employment being enjoyed by each of them. There is also high levels of employment in retail, health, and leisure and tourism. The latter is fuelled by Bath's thriving tourism scene; in 2016 there were 4,783,000 day visitors and 1,161,900 overnight trips.

The leading companies in the Bath area cover a number of different industries. To take a closer look at who the current top performers in the area are, see our list below. We've used our Bath company database to compile the results based on who is generating the most revenue - how many do you recognise?


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The city's vibrant creative industries, coupled with a large number of engineers and technologists, also puts it in prime position for great potential in knowledge-based sectors. There are also renowned research centres located at the University of Bath, and Bath Spa University, helping to generate further development across a range of sectors. The University of Bath's Innovation Centre specifically has generated 65 enterprises and created £250 million in venture capital.

The local government authority for Bath has stated that their aims for the near future will be to increase employment in the creative and ICT sectors by 20%, to create 11,500 new jobs by 2030 and to grow the value of the economy by £1 billion by the year 2026.


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