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CommonwealthFirst are accepting applications for its second cohort of Export Champions. CommonwealthFirst brings together an exciting partnership between the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council and Royal Mail, with i-genius as implementation partner, which supports SMEs to trade and invest across the Commonwealth. Over three years, […]

Date and Venue: Thursday, 17th November, 2016 Birmingham Chambers of Commerce 75 Harborne Road Edgbaston Birmingham B15 3DH   Contact: E: c.biffen@birmingham-chamber.com T: 0121 455 0268 Enterprise Europe Network invites you to our event which coincides with the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the […]

On 17 February, Aston University is holding its regular networking event for local businesses. These events are aimed at providing an opportunity for companies to meet each other in a friendly and informal setting, as well as hearing from a topical guest speaker. The referendum […]

Europe Association's document on H2020 and SMEs (Agenda Item 6 from the meeting held on 13 March 2015)

On 13 October 2014, Sir Albert Bore Leader of the Birmingham City Council welcomed a number of West Midlands SMEs at the Symphony Hall gathered to celebrate their successful projects. An extensive range of grant funds from both the European Community (ERDF) and Central Government […]

European projects can make a real difference to the work of Birmingham organisations, the competitiveness of Birmingham businesses and the lives of Birmingham’s citizens. Over the last 25 years the city of Birmingham has benefitted from over £700 million of EU funding. We aim to build on […]

  An ecosystem is like a finely tuned Swiss watch.  Poetry in motion if you have all the relevant cogs and springs in place, but with one wheel out of kilter, the movement can go to pot.  Investment in people and skills is the oil […]

  Cows wearing GPS collars and food vans predicting the locations of potential customers were just some of the good practices presented at the Better project thematic event in the week of 15th June 2020.  The Better project – stimulating regional innovation through better e-government […]

The room was brimming with excitement at the launch for the Birmingham local partnership stakeholder event on 3rd October 2019 at Birmingham Council House. There was a fantastic turn out from a variety of organisations including: Birmingham City University, the Innovation Alliance, Birmingham Public Health, […]

What is it? The Better project is an ambitious project to stimulate regional innovation through better e-governance services.  Better e-governance helps councils to improve public services while cutting costs.  E-governance can also be used to stimulate the local or regional innovation chain. Birmingham City Council is […]