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Australian high commissioner Alexander Downer has said that Australia would push for better access to the UK market. Of special interest are agricultural produce, banks and making the visa process for Australians moving to Britain easier. Theresa May highlighted a potential deal with Australia in […]
The Centre for Brexit Studies (CBS) has the purpose to further enhance the consequences of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union. The launch will take place on Thursday January 26th and will be accessible to the general public. It will host conferences, workshops and […]
Regional economic development in question Aston Centre for Europe Thursday 21 July 2016 Venue: Aston Business School, Aston University Conference Room 1 1.30 pm: arrival and coffee 2.00 pm: Panel 1: Brexit and Britain’s economic development: what can we expect for […]
Why is the Urban M project of interest to you/ to your organisation? In my role as Interim Head of Employment and Skills, I am always keen to support projects which address one of our city’s most important challenges: the low skill level in […]
The Birmingham Commonwealth Association (BCA) was founded in March 2014 by Birmingham City Council to promote the city’s global competitiveness and influence. The BCA, now a registered company, are pleased to announce the appointment of Tony Shergill, CEO of Brit Asia TV, Broad St, Birmingham […]
The BCC‘s European and International Office, in co-operation with the Goethe Institut London and the Library of Birmingham, organised a number of events in the LoB during the German week (17th to 24th November). Brummies of all ages had the opportunity to engage in educational and […]
The Midlands chapter of the British-American Business Council (part of Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce) has named Professor Julian Beer as its new president. The deputy vice chancellor of Birmingham City University is succeeding Harry Reilly who is now honorary chairman of BABC Midlands. Professor […]
With Prime Minister Theresa May visiting China this week for the G20 summit, the spotlight has fallen on the big potential for Chinese investment in major UK projects. Council leader Cllr John Clancy is on a week-long trade mission to China and Hong Kong, where […]
Calling all lovers of German culture and German language! Several German themed events are coming to Birmingham to celebrate 50 years of partnership between Birmingham and Frankfurt cities: 17 November 9am Exporting to Frankfurt event for small and medium sized enterprises Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce and […]