The Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enteprise Partnership (GBSLEP) holds its an annual conference this morning, launching what it describes as new ways for businesses to influence region’s economic growth.
300 business leaders and financial experts gathered at Millennium Point yesterday for the Midlands Finance & Investment Summit in the latest stage of the roadshow to promote the Midlands Engine Investment Fund,
As you’ll have noticed, it’s the awards season. We’ve had the BAFTAs and the Brits, there’s the Oscars on March 4th, and climactically, just four days later, it’s the Birmingham
Increasing labour productivity has been the holy grail of government policy for many years. Despite a 0.9% increase to September 2017 we have so far failed to regain pre-financial crisis
The Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership (GBSLEP) has appointed Tim Pile as its new Chair today (Thursday 12th October). Mr Pile is the former Chair and Chief Executive
The Midlands Engine Strategy, published last week, has been warmly welcomed by most business leaders and politicians. As MIPIM delegates order up another bottle of champagne on the yachts, with
The ‘Booming Brum’ mantra was given a boost yesterday with news of more cranes and tourists, but economic and social challenges await the region’s first Mayor, writes Hannah Green. Chamberlain Files recently
EU trade deal must be Government’s top priority in Brexit negotiations, according to a new report which shows the EU is biggest export market for 61 of Britain’s 62 cities.
In between avoiding questions about a failed Trident missile test and preparing to visit the new President of the United States of America, Prime Minister Theresa May and her Business Secretary
From Birmingham to London’s Lancaster House; from Qatar to Davos, it seems as if some invisible force decreed it would be Economy Week. With the release of official data and