Thermal Recycling Limited and the University of Wolverhampton's Brownfield Research and Innovation Centre (BRIC) have announced a collaboration
Ladder for the Black Country supporting Careers Expo
The West Midlands Combined Authority is kicking off a new campaign to highlight the measures local businesses are taking to make their premises Covid-secure.
Apprenticeships for school leavers
The Ladder mature apprenticeships programme
The latest edition of the Black Country LEP newsletter is available now
The Black Country Consortium are seeking assistance of an experienced Peer 2 Peer Network Facilitator to deliver peer network sessions and 1-2-1 sessions.
There's never been a more important time to invest in the future of your business by working with people who know business best. Other business leaders. Join forces to find your strength in 2021 with the Peer Networks Programme.
The Black Country Chamber of Commerce is reaching out to Walsall businesses, and their employees, to help them understand and shape a regional response to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Applications to the Government’s Business Restart Grants scheme will go live to City of Wolverhampton businesses on Thursday (April 1).
The University of Wolverhampton is one of the top institutions in the country for local regeneration and engaging with the public and community, according to new data released today.
£100 million has been invested in the region’s small businesses through the Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF).
If you’re an employer who would like to recruit a redundant apprentice, you may be eligible for the incentive payment for hiring a new apprentice.
Ladder for the Black Country
Businesses planning to reopen in the City of Wolverhampton from April 12 are being reminded to check the maintenance of their premises, including the safety of water systems to prevent Legionella risks.