City of Wolverhampton Council’s ‘Empowering Women’ skills programme has seen 90 per cent of participants progress into further learning, training, volunteering or jobs.
Thirty per cent of people wrongly believe that only workers in permanent roles are entitled to the National Living Wage/ Minimum Wage, a poll has revealed.
WV Living has appointed a contractor to develop new homes at one of its largest sites in the City of Wolverhampton.
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.
Five Ways underpass will close to all traffic from Monday 3 June as works by the Midland Metro Alliance to bring West Midlands Metro services to Edgbaston gather pace.
A new employer-led City of Wolverhampton Apprenticeship Group has been launched.
More than 40 city residents of all ages recently took advantage of the opportunity to speak with current and former apprentices during the recent ‘Ask an Apprentice’ event at City of Wolverhampton Civic Centre.
The number of new homes built last year in the West Midlands has bucked the national trend to show strong growth.
The annual 2019 Black Country Business Festival starts on Monday 13 May.
Katherine Birch, Communications & Marketing Manager at Black Country Consortium Ltd, has joined the steering group of the Black Country Women in Business forum.
Planning permission has been granted to demolish the former Faces nightclub building as part of the ambitious City Learning Quarter scheme.
What your business needs to know
From April 2019 Black Country Growth Hub will have an all-new dedicated Business Development team, who will be able to help you through your business journey with a variety of support options
An expert in finance and real estate will be driving major investment programmes in the West Midlands.
A planning application for a third access to Birmingham’s Snow Hill Railway Station has been submitted by the West Midlands Rail Executive (WMRE).
The Black Country LEP has launched a new campaign to encourage small employers to make a difference to the futures of young people in the Black Country. The Give an Hour campaign is targeting SMEs to offer an hour of their time to help young people prepare for the fast-changing world of work.