The new West Midlands mayor has welcomed investment by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) for two Coventry city centre projects.
The Department for International Trade is looking to lead a market visit to this year’s TRAKO International Railway Fair, with a bespoke programme designed to turn your export aspirations into a reality.
Up to £10 million is now available for small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Black Country for training. The Skills Support for the Workforce project offers fully funded training to help SMEs fill skill gaps, raise productivity and boost business growth.
The name has been revealed for the new Marston’s family-friendly pub restaurant on the Bilston Urban Village development – as well as the number of jobs it will create.
Can your business provide goods or services in the build of the new University of Wolverhampton School of Architecture & Built Environment project on the site of the old Springfield Brewery?
City of Wolverhampton Council is set to make the first official step in designating the Wyrley & Essington Canal as a new Local Nature Reserve (LNR).
Highways England have been undertaking some preparatory work ahead of the main scheme starting on the M5 Oldbury Viaduct, between junctions 1 and 2.
Andy McDarmaid, Director of Arden Business Solutions, will be providing free one-to-one specialist advice to SMEs in the Black Country, with the aim to improve energy efficiency for commercial businesses.
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.
SIMCO External Framing Solutions (SIMCO EFS) specialises in the design, manufacture and installation of rainscreen and façade cladding solutions.
Join RSM for a financing growth event, in conjunction with the Black Country LEP. Hear from expert speakers who will discuss various funding options and alternative finance sources.
World-leading Swedish engineering group Atlas Copco has started the build of a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at i54 South Staffordshire.
Work will start early this summer to demolish an eyesore building as part of City of Wolverhampton Interchange’s development plans.
To date the project has engaged 1647 customers and produced 202 job outcomes
The next phase of improvement works to a kilometre of the Bradley Arm of the Main Line Canal towpath will start this week.
The Black Country Passport to Employment was recognised as the West Midlands best practice project at The Careers & Enterprise Company’s national Join the Dots Conference on 10 May 2017 in Sheffield.