More than 40 per cent of job seekers attending the latest Wolverhampton Hospitality Jobs Fair have landed interviews with city employers.
The launch of Include Me West Midlands (IMWM) – a pioneering pledge to deliver more inclusive physical activity - heard from key national figures in the field that the region is the ideal place to lead the way on this work.
A young West Midlands woman who has had a lived experience of anorexia nervosa is calling for specialist training to help gym staff recognise potential problems, as Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 focuses on body image.
The latest edition of the Black Country LEP newsletter is available now, featuring the most up-to-date information about business initiatives, events and successes in the region.
Two students who won an award for setting up a mental health peer support group at Birmingham City University are calling on people to mark Mental Health Awareness Week by asking others how they are feeling.
Businesses are requested to sign the Inclusive Leadership Pledge and commit to actions to deliver enhanced diversity and inclusion of their workforce.
As the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and a global player in the development of green technology, the region has a moral responsibility to lead the fight against climate change, West Midlands Mayor Andy Street said today.
Work has started on delivering more than 240,000 sq ft of industrial units in Wolverhampton, which could pave the way for 250 jobs.
West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is celebrating the diversity of the region’s communities in the lead up to Birmingham Pride 2019.
Traffic changes will come into force in the westside of Birmingham city centre in an effort to ease congestion during the next phase of the Metro extension to Edgbaston.
Plans for 135 homes to be built in Cradley Heath have been approved.
Companies from across the Black Country are being invited to attend free events in the forthcoming Business Festival from 13 -24 May.
City of Wolverhampton's fourth annual Housing Fair will take place on Saturday, May 11.
Wolves at Work employment programme has secured a new £100,000 sub-regional construction training hub in the city to help hundreds of unemployed residents get into work.
A Black Country-based environmental management and materials recycling business has secured a £1.5m debt funding package from the Midlands Engine Investment Fund through Maven Capital Partners.
The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Organising Committee has appointed Martin Green CBE as its Chief Creative Officer, a role that will give him ultimate responsibility for the official opening and closing ceremonies and the wider cultural programme for the Games.