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Jensen marque set to hit the road again with all-new GT

Clay model of the proposed Jensen GT

Jensen International Automotive (JIA) has unveiled its stunning Jensen GT, designed by Jonathan Gould, which it plans to put into production if it gets enough interest

Birmingham finally bouncing back after 70 years says Centre for Cities

Birmingham is now starting to thrive after overcoming a deliberate policy to undermine the city following the Second World War
City is now finally overturning a deliberate policy to stifle economic growth lasting seven decades as influential thinktank reveals Birmingham is finally becoming a boom town again

Petition calls on Sajid Javid to oppose BBC Charter unless Midlands gets fair share

BBC has come under fire over its spending in the region following the launch of the Post's campaign
New online bid from the Campaign for Regional Broadcasting Midlands urges Culture Secretary to stand against charter unless corporation invests in the region

City council could be 'at vanguard' of 21st century change

Birmingham City Council leader Sir Albert Bore says the authority could be at the vanguard of change
Leader Sir Albert Bore has argued the focus on dealing with city's shortcomings has given local authority the push to implement changes

General Election 2015 survey: Help us produce a Manifesto for Birmingham

The Birmingham Post is today launching a survey to find out what our readers want.

Poundland founder's home on market for £5.75m

Poundland founder Steve Smith has put his house up for sale.
Steve Smith's home near Kidderminster has seven bedrooms in 28 acres but the asking price has been slashed by £750,000
Clay model of the proposed Jensen GT

Jensen marque set to hit the road again with all-new GT

Jensen International Automotive has unveiled its stunning Jensen GT, designed by Jonathan Gould, which it plans to put into production if it gets enough interest

Birmingham finally bouncing back after 70 years says Centre for Cities

Birmingham is now starting to thrive after overcoming a deliberate policy to undermine the city following the Second World War
City is now finally overturning a deliberate policy to stifle economic growth lasting seven decades as influential thinktank reveals Birmingham is finally becoming a boom town again

General Election 2015 survey: Help us produce a Manifesto for Birmingham

The Birmingham Post is today launching a survey to find out what our readers want.

Birmingham finally bouncing back after 70 years says Centre for Cities

Birmingham is now starting to thrive after overcoming a deliberate policy to undermine the city following the Second World War
City is now finally overturning a deliberate policy to stifle economic growth lasting seven decades as influential thinktank reveals Birmingham is finally becoming a boom town again

Review: Chorus by Welsh National Opera at Birmingham Hippodrome

Lesley Garrett flew aboard a giant pair of lips in this evening of choruses by Welsh National Opera

Birmingham artist Reuben Colley opens Colmore Row gallery

View from The Cube by Reuben Colley
City artist's paintings of Birmingham will sit next to work from the likes of Warhol and Damien Hirst

CBSO's Andris Nelsons bows out with final series of concerts

Conductor Andris Nelsons
The CBSO has announced its final series of concerts with Andris Nelsons at the helm
Professor Adrian Furnham, Juliette Summerfield, Kirsty Davies-Chinnock and Jamil Qureshi at the Aston Business School Transformation For Growth Positive Psychology in SME's event at Birmingham's Botanical Gardens.

West Midlands SMEs urged to change mindset

Aston Business School's free "Positive Psychology in SMEs" event was hosted at Birmingham Botanical Gardens.

International flavour to Mazars' meet-up

Lee Cartwright, David Preston, Mazars; Paul Turk and Gary Riley, HSBC, at Mazars' annual drinks reception in Birmingham.
International connections was the theme of Mazars' annual drinks reception for intermediaries and professional contacts in the Birmingham and West Midlands office in Church Street.

Launch of Aston Business Network

Peter Shearer, Aston Business School; Leigh Purnell, Petalite; and Laurence Handley, Aston University, at the launch of Aston Business Network.
Aston Business School launched its new monthly networking event, Aston Business Network.
Professor Adrian Furnham, Juliette Summerfield, Kirsty Davies-Chinnock and Jamil Qureshi at the Aston Business School Transformation For Growth Positive Psychology in SME's event at Birmingham's Botanical Gardens.

West Midlands SMEs urged to change mindset

Aston Business School's free "Positive Psychology in SMEs" event was hosted at Birmingham Botanical Gardens.

Emma Shipp, managing partner at SGH Martineau

Shakespeares and SGH Martineau in merger talks

A combined firm would employ around 900 staff, including 150 partners, and see a fee income of more than £75 million

Goodfish acquires Powell & Harber thanks to Finance Birmingham funding deal

Ian Fairclough (Finance Birmingham), Nigel Tipple (Goodfish), Greg McDonald (Goodfish)
Based in Cannock, Goodfish employs 30 people and has clients in markets including the USA, Ireland, Portugal, Hungary and Poland as well as the UK

Catalyst Corporate Finance advises Aspen Pumps' shareholders on sale to 3i Group

Andy Currie, managing partner at Catalyst Corporate Finance
The business was previously backed by Inflexion Private Equity. Under Inflexion’s ownership Aspen has seen sustained growth, focusing on product innovation

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Clay model of the proposed Jensen GT

Jensen marque set to hit the road again with all-new GT

Birmingham is now starting to thrive after overcoming a deliberate policy to undermine the city following the Second World War

Birmingham finally bouncing back after 70 years says Centre for Cities

BBC has come under fire over its spending in the region following the launch of the Post's campaign

Petition calls on Sajid Javid to oppose BBC Charter unless Midlands gets fair share

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