The 70th innovative tech start-up has enrolled at the Entrepreneurs for the Future centre
Coventry and Warwickshire Aerospace Forum now boasts a turnover in excess of £100m and saw turnover grow by 15% last year and creating more jobs
Birmingham Airport, together with a coalition of business leaders and local councils, will today unveil a vision that would enable the Airport to grow in line with future demand
The achievements of some of the best young apprentices and adult learners in the West Midlands were in the spotlight last week as the In-Comm Training Annual Awards came to a glittering finale.
Heritage Collection has added a touch of class and luxury to afternoon teas at the prestigious Close House Hotel and Golf in Newcastle.
The need for businesses to develop their international marketing capabilities will be the focus of an event held at the University of Wolverhampton this June.
Birmingham Airport welcomed bmi regional’s inaugural flight to Billund, Denmark – the home of Lego.
A £1.4m University of Wolverhampton scheme funded by the Government to help economic growth and job creation is now inviting grant bids from regional businesses.
Barometer reveals 12-month high in West Midlands manufacturing SME confidence
Birmingham-based building services provider J S Wright has taken a lead within the industry by launching its own Foremen’s Academy
British exports best served by a network of airports, not a London hub, says aviation chief
20 new jobs are being created for local people as a result.
New analysis shows that Birmingham Airport is Britain’s most accessible airport and should be used to alleviate pressure on overheated South East
More jobs are being created at one of the country’s biggest gay nightclubs thanks to this year’s Birmingham Pride.
Making plans for a Director’s wedding, locating 300 mink fur teddy bears and buying thermal underwear for the boss are just some of the more bizarre requests being carried out by Personal and Executive Assistants across the West Midlands.
The number of foreign investments into Birmingham has risen by more than half in the last 12 months as a result of the city’s continued drive to attract more inward investment
Walsall’s Labour group claim that after, what they describe as, three years of failed promises and unsuccessful negotiations, Walsall Council has committed £8 million to a flagship retail project with less than 24 hours notice.
Leaders from some of Europe’s largest companies will be gathering in Birmingham to discuss the role that open innovation and collaboration can play in boosting the economy
Work experience with a twist was showcased to city leaders thanks to four Wolverhampton apprentices who took part in a cultural exchange.
The construction of its new 110,000 sq. ft state-of-the-art maintenance facility, at Birmingham Airport in the UK