The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) continues to build its leadership team by appointing Dr Julie Nugent as its new director of productivity and skills.
The Environmental Technology and Resource Efficiency Support Service (EnTRESS) in collaboration with the University of Wolverhampton’s Doctoral College is very pleased to invite you to its inaugural workshop on Bioplastics.
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Bus passengers across the West Midlands can look forward to even higher standards of service and reliability thanks to a landmark agreement being renewed.
‘People, place and connectivity’ are the focus of a new East Midlands HS2 Growth Strategy, revealing how the planned high speed rail network could add thousands of jobs and billions of pounds to the region’s economy.
Over 500 businesses in the Black Country have benefited from free skills training this year through Black Country LEP initiatives to help businesses in the region raise productivity and boost business growth, by upskilling their staff.
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.
Work to create the world’s leading research and innovation centre for very light rail is set to go ahead after a multi million funding bid is approved.
Birmingham is to be the UK’s official candidate city for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has announced.
Wolverhampton Interchange project has been hailed at Business Week as a unique selling point for investment and development in the city.
Economic analysis by Urban&Civic’s planning consultant, Lichfields, shows the Westside development first phase could deliver almost 1,000 jobs to the City of Wolverhampton.
Drive Midlands has assembled a group of senior people from within the automotive industry to share their insights on the latest automotive opportunities and how to get into better shape to capitalise on them.
New industrial buildings are springing up in Wolverhampton thanks to £3.7m backing from the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
The University of Wolverhampton is to play host to flagship BBC1 topical debate programme Question Time.
Businesses turning over between £50,000 and £500,000 can enter for free by filling in a single form
Work on site has commenced for a new build, 55,000 sq ft, industrial development in Aldridge, Walsall, that will see completion of the unit for occupation in April 2018.