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New bulletin to support businesses

Businesses across the Dudley borough can now keep up to date with the latest news and information from the council with the launch of a new dedicated e-bulletin.

Dudley Council today launched the new communications channel as part of the launch of DY5, Dudley’s Business and Innovation Enterprise Zone.

More than 1,000 businesses have already signed up to the email which includes latest news, information and support on offer for businesses.

Councillor Patrick Harley, leader of the council, said:

“We are constantly looking for new ways to open our doors to businesses and this is just one way they can keep up to date with everything we are doing to help and support them.

“I would urge people to sign up to the bulletin and find out some of the exciting things happening at the council.”

Councillor Ian Kettle, cabinet member for planning and economic development, added:

“The launch of the DY5 enterprise zone is the ideal time for us to issue our first business bulletin because it heralds exciting times for businesses across the borough, and nationally.

“We are working hard to ensure businesses have everything they need from the council in order to thrive and good communications is an important element of that.”

The first business bulletin includes information on the DY5 project, the leader of the council’s vision for the borough, the Mayor of Dudley’s 100 businesses pledge and many more.

Sign up to the bulletin by emailing

For further information, please contact Chris Howes on 01384 815219 or e-mail

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