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Black Country Business Festival – free tickets now available

The first Business Festival in the Black Country is taking place from 23 April – 4 May.

Around 75 events - run by Black Country businesses - will make up a packed Festival programme filled with seminars, lectures, workshops and conferences.

There will be something for everyone from micro-business owners to employees in large corporate organisations. The fantastic mix different events will showcase the colourful range of businesses that proudly make up the Black Country, combining existing, traditional industries with new and emerging key areas for growth.

Anyone can go to the Black Country Business Festival and there will be loads of opportunities to learn new things, make new connections, grow supply chains, share information, network and much more!

The vast majority of events are completely free to attend, but tickets must be booked in advance – available on a first come, first served basis via the Business Festival website.

Visit for more information, to see the calendar of events and book tickets.

See more about the Black Country Business Festival here.

The Business Festival is partnered by the Black Country Chamber of Commerce and DY5 Business and Innovation Enterprise Zone.

It is sponsored by Cox & Plant, the Federation of Small Businesses and the Ramada Park Hall Hotel and supported by the University of Wolverhampton, Talbots Law, Wolverhampton Racecourse and Casino 36, as well as media partners: Express & Star; Signal 107; and Midlands In Business.

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