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The kick off meeting for the Urban Manufacturing project was a fantastic initial opportunity to meet project managers and policy representatives from the seven other partnerships.  As host city we wanted to give partners a flavour of what Birmingham has to offer in terms of […]

The Birmingham Commonwealth Association Trade and Business meeting at Mills and Reeves offices in Colmore Row had three principal foci: – Receive an update on the High Speed 2 (HS2) rail connection between London and Birmingham and the future of Birmingham Curzon Street International Station. […]

The inaugural meeting of the Birmingham Commonwealth Association trade and business group met at Mills and Reeve law firm on 16.07.2014. The group, chaired by Peter McClintock, partner and Head of the firm’s Africa desk, welcomed local business people; professional services; the Federation of Small […]

Attendees of the China Association meeting 9th July 2014
Agenda of the China Association meeting 9th July 2014

The Greater Birmingham and West Midlands Brussels office currently has a vacancy for a European Policy and Funding Advisor. Full details of the position and how to apply are available here. The deadline for applications is Monday 21 July.

The Association discussed the city’s involvement in North America as well as current and future projects concerning the four areas of education, culture and sport, public service and business and trade. The Association also discussed the forthcoming visit from the Chicago Consul General. More details about […]

The second board meeting of the China & the Far East Area Association takes place on the 22nd April at 2pm at Wragge & Co’s office. This meeting is for invited board members only.

Birmingham hosted a joint meeting of the EUROCITIES Environment and Mobility Forum on 19-20 March. Councillor James McKay, Birmingham City Council Cabinet Member for a Green, Safe and Smart City, is currently Chair of the EUROCITIES Environment forum. The topic of the meeting was “Sustainable […]