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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 […]
A number of delegates from Canadian companies in the automotive sector are coming to the UK to explore possible business relationships. As part of the itinerary an evening reception will be hosted in Birmingham on the 8th of September which will be an opportunity for […]
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 project partners Co-operative Futures, along with iSE and Smethwick CAN, hosted an open workshop to talk about food within our local communities. This week Co-operative Futures, along with iSE and Smethwick CAN, hosted an open workshop to talk about food within our local communities. Some […]
EVENT UPDATE FOR PUBLIC RELEASE City Drive Celebrating 5 years of Capacity-building the Social Enterprise Sector Social enterprise infrastructure organisation iSE are hosting their annual week-long event ‘City Drive’ with 2018 being the 5th anniversary of Digbeth as an accredited Social Enterprise Place. City Drive […]
USE-IT! Project news – Community Research begins The first free OCN (Open College Network) accredited research training took place between 6th and 7th July at the Edgbaston Watersports Centre and kick-started the training of the first cohort of USE-IT! Community Researchers. The University of Birmingham animated […]
As the USE-IT! project gains its momentum, activities in the community intensify. On 14 June, the first USE-IT! Community meeting gathered over 40 residents and representatives of organisations that are already working on the ground. We shared our thoughts and ideas around greater engagement with […]
The award wining South African Thribhangi Dance Theatre will be performing in several venues in the Midlands from the the 6th to the 13th of May 2016. Their Sukuma (“Stand Up” in Zulu language) show combines the grace of Indian classical Bharatanatyam with the string physicality of […]