The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the UK’s most prestigious business awards and are designed to promote business excellence and drive growth. Your business could be eligible for an award in one of the four award categories.
DIGI-RAIL, a £3.1 million ERDF-funded rail innovation programme, provides long-term innovation support to eligible small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), on developing digital products and services from initial concepts through to market introduction, for the railway industry.
Sandwell Council is pressing ahead with ambitious plans to redevelop part of a Wednesbury estate.
The University of Wolverhampton’s £100 million investment in a new construction excellence campus on the site of the former Springfield brewery in Wolverhampton has reached another milestone.
Plans to invest millions of pounds in health and adult social care services are expected to be rubber-stamped next month.
A former global director at Jaguar Land Rover is the new chair of a taskforce set up by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) to drive up skills in the automotive sector.
The achievements of young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities were celebrated during a ceremony on Wednesday 12 February.
The recently-restored Smethwick Council House has been named as the winner of the West Midlands Victorian Society 2019 Conservation Award.
Canal & River Trust in conjunction with partners the European Regional Development Fund, Highways England and Sandwell MBC are part-way through a far-reaching plan to deal with a number of issues that have built up over the years at Titford Pools, Oldbury.
The region’s independent TV sector is calling on creative talent from across the West Midlands to join an innovative new skills bootcamp.
Sandwell Council is exploring plans to set up a local housing company in a bid to provide hundreds more much-needed new homes for people in the borough.
Three new projects will help to place the West Midlands as a global leader in the field of low-carbon energy.
Community and voluntary groups in Sandwell will be able to apply for grants under a two-year £311,000 funding scheme.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advise against all travel to Hubei Province due to the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak
Wolves at Work has been extended into a fourth year as it celebrates reaching another major milestone.
The derelict Pipe Hall in Bilston town centre is set to be redeveloped after being purchased by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).