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28/03/2019
Black Country Growth Hub is hitting refresh on its free business support signposting service!

From April 2019 Black Country Growth Hub will have an all-new dedicated Business Development team, who will be able to help you through your business journey with a variety of support options, regardless of your business size. They will also be sporting a brand new logo AND a newly redesigned and simplified website.

The organisation are streamlining their entire structure in order to improve the overall experience for local businesses. BCGH will still be located at their usual base at the Wolverhampton Business Solutions Centre. This Wolverhampton based office space boasts some great meeting room facilities where workshops will take place for Black Country businesses, and they can also be hired out.


What exactly is a Growth Hub?

The sole purpose of a Growth Hub is to simplify access to national and local business support and opportunities.

Supported by Government, Growth Hubs ensure that no matter the size, sector or maturity of a business, they provide locally tailored business support and advice to direct businesses to the most appropriate organisations to assist with their specific requests.

Keep your eyes peeled for these exciting changes!


The website www.bcgrowthhub.com and the enquiries@bcgrowthhub.com email address will remain the same. However, the phone number will be changing to: 01902 322 995.


You can also find the Black Country Growth Hub across social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Linkedin.

In the meantime, if you have any questions or queries please feel free to contact them at the details listed above.

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