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Read all about it – first issue of LEP newsletter out now

A brand new e-newsletter from the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership has been published today to keep local businesses up-to-date with relevant news and local initiatives.

The first issue of eNews from the Black Country LEP can be viewed or downloaded below.

To receive a copy of future newsletters, Black Country businesses can register for updates on the Contact Us page.

Companies can also forward the newsletter to any colleagues and contacts that might not have received a copy. The first issue has been sent to more than 2,000 recipients, but the Black Country LEP is encouraging many more firms to sign up.

And don’t forget – if your Black Country business has good news to shout about, you can let the LEP know by using the Contact Us page too.


November eNews from the Black Country: View or download the first newsletter here

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