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Cycle Republic will launch its latest store in Birmingham city centre next month

Cycle Republic to open new Birmingham city centre store

Growing chain owned by Halfords picks The Grand in Colmore Row to launch its 12th outlet and first in the West Midlands

Birmingham City Council director Waheed Nazir

Connectivity and demographics are key drivers for investors

City Council director Waheed Nazir looks at the potential Birmingham has to offer as a destination for foreign investors

Birmingham and the West Midlands continue to enjoy large volumes of foreign investment

West Midlands booming for international investment

Region records best foreign direct investment performance in over a decade as nearly 100 new projects were launched during 2015

London Midland has been shortlied to run the West Midlands franchise

London Midland joins Far East firms on rail franchise shortlist

Government unveils final three bidders vying to operate crucial West Midlands franchise which runs trains journeys across the city region

Technical director Simon Turner (left) and managing director Alan Sampson, Solid Solutions

Business Growth Fund invests £8m in Midland software firm

Major backing for Leamington Spa-based Solid Solutions which will use capital to support acquisition and expand product offering

Birmingham Post Business Awards

More top firms and a business school sign up to sponsor BPBA 2016

See why IKEA, Janine Edwards and Birmingham City Business School are backing this year's Birmingham Post Business Awards

Sponsors L-R Tugba Ozsoy (Turkish Airlines), Michael Hulse (Mattioli Woods Plc), Ashleigh Kerr (Champions The Brand Agency), Editor in chief Marc Reeves.

Businesses encouraged to celebrate achievements at the Birmingham Post Business Awards 2016

Guests and sponsors of the Birmingham Post Business Awards 2016 came together at a breakfast launch event held at The Belfry

Guests at the Birmingham Post Business Awards 2016 sponsors' breakfast at The Belfry (from left) Michael Hulse, Louisa Hayes, Richard Thompson, Birmingham Post editor-in-chief Marc Reeves, Roxanna Hayes and Belfry sales director Katie Niland

Sponsors come together for Birmingham Post Business Awards breakfast

Supporters of our 2016 business awards meet at The Belfry five weeks ahead of the deadline for entries to this year's competition

Speaking at the Birmingham Post Business Awards 2014 is Selim Ozturk, from main sponsor Turkish Airlines

How doing business in Birmingham can be better than London - according to Turkish Airlines' regional boss

Turkish Airlines' General Manager Selim Ozburk reveals passion for city ahead of sponsoring BPBA 2016

Laurie Berryman Head of Emirates in the UK and Chief executive Paul Kehoe chief executive of Birmingham Airport.

Why Birmingham is a great export - according to Birmingham Airport CEO Paul Kehoe

Birmingham Airport CEO Paul Kehoe reveals advantages of doing business in second city ahead of sponsoring BPBA 2016

Birmingham Post Rich List

Global turmoil bites in 2016 Birmingham Post Rich List

Exporters hit in the pocket while property magnates cash in as we reveal the annual countdown of the region's highest earners

Post Rich List 2016

Birmingham Post Rich List 2016: The Midlands' wealthiest top 50

Photo gallery and this year's Birmingham Post Rich List

Lord Bamford has been with JCB for more than 50 years

Birmingham Post Rich List 2016: No.1 - Lord Bamford & family

Lord Bamford’s JCB – one of the world’s most famous companies – celebrated 70 years in business in October

Lord Swraj Paul of Marylebone

Birmingham Post Rich List 2016: No.2 - Lord Paul of Marylebone & family

16 companies from Lord Paul's Black Country-based steel and engineering empire, the Caparo Group, went into administration last autumn

Jacques Gaston Murray

Birmingham Post Rich List 2016: No.3 - Jacques Gaston Murray & family

Andrew Sykes is largely owned by the oldest entrant in our Rich List, 96 year-old Jacques Gaston Murray

Birmingham's Hidden Spaces

Edgbaston Waterworks (Edgbaston Pumping Station) designed by John Henry Chamberlain and William Martin around 1870. The engine house, boiler house, and chimney are Grade II listed buildings.

Hidden Spaces: Edgbaston Waterworks - an inspiration to Tolkien

The original grade II listed buildings at the Edgbaston Waterworks are intricately designed and beautiful parts of the city's skyline

Moseley Road Baths

Hidden Spaces: Moseley Road Baths' Victorian splendour

The spectacular Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath is a well-preserved snapshot of Edwardian society and a fascinating insight into the social history of this city

The Aston Webb building at the University of Birmingham.

Hidden Spaces: The University of Birmingham’s world-class architecture

The University of Birmingham is one of the citiy's greatest institutions and their expansive campus at Edgbaston holds more than a few hidden spaces

Inside the Birmingham Central Mosque

Hidden Spaces: The unique Birmingham Central Mosque

Birmingham Central Mosque remains an almost unique institution in the UK not being aligned to any single school of Islam

Caban Coch Reservoirs at Elan Valley.

Hidden Spaces: Elan Valley Aqueduct's tunnels deep underground

If the Edgbaston Waterworks were the key to the industrialisation of Birmingham then the Elan Valley Aqueduct was the lock that was opened

Paradise Birmingham

Watch demolition of Central Library from drone

New video offers a bird's eye view of how demolition of former library in Birmingham city centre is progressing

Neil Edginton at the School Yard development in Harborne

Birmingham Post Power 250: Property

The ten people listed as the most influential in the West Midlands from the world of property

One Chamberlain Square

PwC becomes first company to sign up to Paradise offices

The move marks a major boost for the £500 million, transformational Paradise development happening before our eyes with the demolition of Central Library

CPPIB has invested in phase one of Paradise which includes One and Two Chamberlain Square

Grand Central owner takes share in Paradise

Canadian pension fund which owns half of city's new shopping centre has invested in the first phase of works at £500m Paradise redevelopment

A sign of our times or a slice of Paradise that is better lost?

If we destroy the naff Paradise Forum sign are we repeating the mistakes of the past? Plus where are the women candidates for mayor and why a councillor wants to change his name to Cassandra.