In the weeks before Christmas, chocolate producers work flat out to meet delivery deadlines. But for Sheilagh Matheson, packing chocolates means life has come full circle.
The Birmingham-based City TV franchise has gone into financial administration without broadcasting a programme. Richard Lutz with the story…
Sir Albert Bore tells Committee that he wanted to see the contract published: “Sooner rather than later.”
Southside businesses are being invited to dust off their watering cans and get expressive as part of the Southside ‘In Bloom’ competition which aims to beautify the area.
A Worcestershire-based business is celebrating its 18th birthday by giving away £18,000 in a Willy Wonka-style golden key competition.
Birmingham Airport welcomed Air India’s Boeing 787-8 ‘Dreamliner’ into Birmingham last night as it operated its inaugural service from Amritsar and Delhi.
A West Midlands security specialist is celebrating its 5th anniversary in style by creating up to 60 jobs and achieving 100% year-on-year growth.
A Midlands-based polar explorer is encouraging local businesses to take advantage of a new high-tech facility in the region.
The search to find the region’s tourism superstars begins in earnest this month
Innovation Birmingham Campus-based Ventive is seeking a local company to manufacture its award-winning low carbon ventilation product.
A majority of voters would prefer the UK to be a member of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) as opposed to the EU, according to a new survey published today by the Bruges Group.
The European Commission has announced a plan to team up with the private sector and national governments to invest 22 billion euros in research over the next seven years.
A Birmingham-based direct mail and printing company has made a significant investment in plant and technology to allow it to expand
One of Coventry’s fastest growing automotive suppliers has received its third ‘Gold’ award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).
Since the launch of the New Square Shopping Centre on Thursday 11 July, visitors to The Public have dramatically increased – up 55% on the same period the previous week.
A Telford-based manufacturer, whose first order was to supply its revolutionary products for Middle Eastern VIPs, is setting its sights on changing the way people board aeroplanes all over the world.
Aviation chief tells Airports Commission that UK aviation needs “flexibility and resilience” to respond to a changing industry
A Midlands insolvency business takes pole position in the local community this month as staff travel over 152 miles in various sporting events whilst raising funds for charity.
Helping social enterprises make the most out of new directives on local government procurement was the aim of one of the biggest social enterprises event ever held outside London.
An apprentice with Birmingham-based building services provider J S Wright has been recognised as the best in the business after winning a top national award.
Companies across the West Midlands have received a major boost this week with the merger of two of the region’s leading business support providers.
Helping people with disabilities to live more independently is ensuring one Malvern company is celebrating its milestone birthday in style.
A new digital lab based at Coventry University’s Technology Park is offering help to West Midlands SMEs to integrate the latest technologies into their business and boost productivity.
Innovation Birmingham appoints three Entrepreneurs in Residence to drive tech and low carbon start-ups
Two social media experts and a PR professional have joined leading integrated agency, Cogent Elliott
Jo Cameron’s Academy of Achieving Women (AAW) introduced a series of new leaders at a networking event
For the fourth year in succession the Stoford sponsored Midlands Property Rugby Team has retained the title in the annual Tri Region Charity Rugby Festival.
Birmingham Airport unveils five new fire fighting vehicles.
Top names from across Birmingham’s business community are set to fight it out at the Brindleyplace Dragonboat Festival this Saturday, 22 June.
The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning is offering budding entrepreneurs and creative minds the chance to practise real alchemy during a high-octane start-up weekend at Cambridge Judge Business School