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Book now for 2014 Black Country Economic Review

The very latest economic information about the Black Country will be presented at a special event later this month, and local businesses can book free places to attend online now.

The 2014 Black Country Economic Review will take place at the Copthorne Hotel, Brierley Hill, on Thursday 27 February from 8.30am to 10.30am.

The event will present the latest in a series of annual reports produced by the Black Country Consortium Economic Intelligence team, including an overview of the Black Country’s current position and relative performance against national economic indicators.

Councillor David Sparks, Black Country Consortium CEO Sarah Middleton and Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership Chair Stewart Towe will all address the delegates.

There will also be a question and answer session for attendees to quiz the experts and pose any questions that affect their businesses.

Free places to attend the 2014 Black Country Economic Review can be booked online today:

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