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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 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 first ever trade and business mission for the Birmingham Commonwealth Association’s mission to Jamaica was a great success with several trade and business deals completed, higher education collaboration undertaken and further engagement between Birmingham and Kingston Councils agreed. The delegation comprised of 12 people, with representation from […]
In December 2015, the Birmingham Commonwealth Association became a branch of the Royal Commonwealth Society. This new achievement opens up a whole new range of opportunities for the BCA, as it is now able to access a wide network of organisations. In fact, the RCS is […]
The Birmingham Commonwealth Association is planning a trade mission to Jamaica to coincide with the Jamaica Expo in Kingston April 14-17 2016. The mission has a strong life science/health care focus as well as promotion of the catering sector in Birmingham. The visit is being […]
On 9th September, The Birmingham Commonwealth Association (BCA) held a special dinner to celebrate the day the Head of the Commonwealth, HM Queen Elizabeth II, became the longest reigning monarch in British history. The dinner, hosted at Aston University Business School, had approximately 150 people in attendance with […]
The North and South America Association’s Group is meeting on 14 July at Birmingham City Council House at 04.30 pm.
The Europe Association’s Group is meeting on 23 June at Birmingham City Council House at 09.15 am.