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Our vision is to be: A key Commonwealth Trading House for our funders, partners, businesses and the community. We aim to accelerate significant trading with the Commonwealth and inclusive growth. We recognise that profits are essential in order to create capital for relentless growth, prosperity, […]
The Igbo Community Association in the Midlands are finalising preparations to stage the largest African event in the Midlands the IWAJI 2016. This years’ event will combine the IWAJI 2016 and the fundraising event for the Igbo House in Birmingham. The Iwaji (New Yam Festival) is […]
The Association of Jamaican Nationals (Birmingham) UK in Collaboration with Jamaica Diaspora UK and Birmingham Commonwealth Association present the Commonwealth Cultural Extravaganza, to take place on the 25 June 2016 in honour of HM the Queen’s 90th birthday. The event will feature Steve Higgins, Town […]
The State of Ohio is one of the US’s leaders in Manufacturing, Automotive production, Aerospace, Lifescience technologies, Polymers and plastics, Defence, Equipment & Machinery, Advanced Energy, Chemicals and much else besides. Located within a 500 m The State of Ohio is one of the US’s […]
With the recent election giving a clear mandate to the Narendra Modi–led, BJP party, India is expected to undergo a major transformation in business policy, with a slew of business friendly measures and a longer term view of economic and investment decisions. India’s economy continues […]
DATE: Wednesday 11th November 2015 TIME: 09.00—14.00 LOCATION: Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co, Two Snowhill—Birmingham B4 6WR COST: Free Who should attend? -Companies looking for a dynamic & prosperous country in which to invest, innovate, grow or expand on the world stage -Companies looking to […]
Climate change is a global issue we cannot afford to ignore. Birmingham City Council has set itself an ambitious aim of reducing CO2 emissions by 60% by 2027 compared against levels from 1990. The Council has set out a Green Commission outlining clear priorities for […]
Birmingham City Council held a wreath laying service to mark Anzac and St George’s Day at the Hall of Memory this Saturday 25th April 2015. The ceremony marked the 100 years since the ill-fated military campaign in Gallipoli during World War 1.
With the recent launch of the new Erasmus+ programme, the EU aims to realise the goals set by its new ET2020 strategy and boost skills and employability, as well as modernise education, training, and youth work for its citizens. The seven year programme will have […]
We are very proud to have the youngest-ever recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in our city. Malala Yousafzai won the award in recognition of her “heroic struggle” for girls’ rights to education. In her speech delivered at the Library of Birmingham on the day she […]