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USE IT Project PROJECT UPDATE FOR PUBLIC RELEASE Dated: 18th January 2018 WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT The Social Enterprise support offered through USE IT! in the last 12 months focused on growing the social enterprise sector, linking local organisations to new markets, linking them to […]

Welcome to USE-IT! page ! What is USE-IT? Urban Innovation Actions (UIA) is a new programme of the European Commission providing urban areas throughout Europe with resources to test new and unproven solutions to address urban challenges. Birmingham is one of the first cities to […]

Birmingham City Council welcomed two delegates from the Catalan capital, Mr Alex Masllorens, the Deputy General Manager of Social Services, and Mrs Angels Canals, the Director of the Municipal Institute of Social Services. The purpose of their visit was to find out more about how […]

We’re delighted to announce that Birmingham City Council’s Enterprise Catalyst Business Support Initiative will be hosting EnterpriseGen 2014, a one day free event taking place at the Library of Birmingham on Thursday 17th July, to support the next generation of young entrepreneurial talent to start […]

The GEP is a provincial government agency and was established in 2005 to provide financial support and advice to grow small, medium and micro-enterprises in the province and to co-ordinate relevant stakeholders. Comprising a twelve-person delegation from Gauteng province in South Africa the visitors came […]

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 […]

Regional economic development in question   Aston Centre for Europe Thursday 21 July 2016 Venue: Aston Business School, Aston University Conference Room 1     1.30 pm: arrival and coffee   2.00 pm: Panel 1: Brexit and Britain’s economic development: what can we expect for […]

On Tuesday 8th April young people are invited to come to the Library of Birmingham to have their say on issues which affect them and the community they live in. Discussions will mainly focus on the impact of the European Union on young people’s life […]

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 […]

Birmingham City Council is participating in an exciting new project aimed at boosting innovation in the city.  Funded by Interreg Europe, the Urban Manufacturing project aims to better connect the old industrial economy with the new, including digital technology and creative industries.  This will be achieved by […]