A University of Wolverhampton member of staff has retired after more than 40 years of service for the institution.
The Greater Birmingham and Solihull region is one of the most successful in the UK at attracting foreign investment
Innovation Birmingham Campus-based Ventive is seeking a local company to manufacture its award-winning low carbon ventilation product.
Unemployed people with skills and experience in a range of industries and who have recent work experience, are being urged to take up a free course leading to new careers and jobs in training.
The University of Wolverhampton has launched a new faculty in order to respond to industry calls to tackle the shortage of graduates with skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Innovation Birmingham appoints three Entrepreneurs in Residence to drive tech and low carbon start-ups
Financial advisers from across the West Midlands attended a course on auto enrolment yesterday – the new regime for workplace pensions that has begun to roll out.
Birmingham Airport, together with a coalition of business leaders and local councils, will today unveil a vision that would enable the Airport to grow in line with future demand
As Birmingham’s most valuable overseas market, the US was responsible for nearly a third (27%) of all foreign direct investments into Birmingham during 2012/13.
Making plans for a Director’s wedding, locating 300 mink fur teddy bears and buying thermal underwear for the boss are just some of the more bizarre requests being carried out by Personal and Executive Assistants across the West Midlands.
Carillion and Jaguar Land Rover have been recognised with the highest ranking in Business in the Community’s annual benchmark of responsible business management
Hundreds of teenagers flocked to a Walsall careers roadshow where they got the chance to sign up for apprenticeships.
A leading Birmingham training company has secured a £250,000 grant to help unemployed teenagers get a foot on the jobs ladder.
Teenagers across the Black Country are being urged to visit a series of free road shows promoting apprenticeships where they can sign up for work with good quality training.
The number of workers who are self-employed in their main job rose 367,000 between 2008 – the start of the economic downturn – and 2012, a new report from ONS shows today.
Budding entrepreneurs will find the perfect opportunity to research and develop new careers at The National Franchise Exhibition.
A unique manufacturing collaboration is embarking on a major expansion drive that could secure £7.5m of new work and create in excess of 150 jobs.
Recycled UK Ltd unveiled one of the country’s largest secure destruction facilities yesterday as part of ambitious expansion plans for the year.
A new study is set to investigate the fate of the 850 workers who lost their jobs when Midlands-based van manufacturer LDV went into administration in June 2009.
A £200,000 investment drive has seen a Warwick-based PCB assembly specialist secure its best ever year, with sales up 35% and five new jobs created.
Midlands Co-operative Society, one of the region’s largest employers, has announced strong trading over the Christmas period.
In the week that saw British Airways lose a case over someone wishing to wear a crucifix at work, Gordon Harley takes issue with external emblems of belief.
New Association representing UK travel to work schemes is launched at major London conference attended by Ministers.
The University of Wolverhampton is making a ground-breaking change to raise the pay levels of the lowest earners among its staff.
Birmingham Science Park Aston-based Droplet’s city-wide trial of its mobile money app that digitises cash has already attracted over 1,000 users.
Ten influential advisers to global investors toured Birmingham last week to see the city’s increasingly compelling offer for themselves.
Birmingham has been ranked as having the highest quality of life of any UK city outside of the capital in a new study by Mercer, a global HR firm.
A new graduate led programme run by the University of Wolverhampton is looking for skilled graduates to work for forward thinking businesses in the region.
Leading Birmingham-based building services provider J S Wright has welcomed a House of Commons report suggesting that quality and not just quantity should be the focus for apprenticeships.
A specialist body that helps West Midlands companies access training solutions is celebrating its 1st birthday in style by announcing a major influx of new members.