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Local people are being urged to join an online careers fair to find out more about gaining new jobs in health and social care.
Andy Street, the Mayor of the West Midlands has urged the Government to ‘get behind Housing First’ and roll it out across the country.
The challenge is being run to attract and support start-ups and other small businesses to develop, prove and scale major new green innovations using 5G technology.
A new report looking at the health of the West Midlands is to be discussed by political leaders next week
Businesses in Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton will be able to apply for a COVID19 Small Business Grant from Tuesday 10 th November at 9am.
The latest edition of the Black Country LEP newsletter is available now
A West Midlands chief executive who openly discussed her clinical depression with staff says company leaders need to be more open about mental health to support workers during the pandemic.
City of Wolverhampton Council has joined forces with city partners on a pilot scheme to help residents get online and improve their digital skills.
Following on from the recent announcement of a second national lockdown, non-essential businesses have been told to close to help combat rising levels of Coronavirus cases.
Following the recent announcement from Prime Minister Boris Johnson detailing new lockdown restrictions we’ve put together 6 points of advice for local businesses.
Thousands of children from low-income households across Wolverhampton benefitted from free school meals over half-term last week after the city council stepped in to provide support.
A Wolverhampton-based digital media agency has secured a £100,000 funding boost.
Businesses across the West Midlands were today urged to join a new £2 billion initiative to get the region’s young people into work
A Walsall Council programme that has drawn in millions of pounds in external funding to support economic growth and job creation is to be extended into 2023.
City of Wolverhampton Council has awarded more than 1,000 ‘Covid Compliant’ green ticks to businesses which are following the rules to keep customers and staff safe.
Employment advice and support is available for young people in the borough worried about the future due to the coronavirus pandemic.