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Anne Marie Simpson (Homes and Communities Agency), Cllr John Clancy (Leader of Birmingham City Council), Charlie Spicer (Savills), Bob Tattrie (Trebor Developments)

Work starts on £8.5m Advanced Manufacturing Hub in Birmingham

City leaders say investment shows Birmingham's confidence amid post-Brexit uncertainty

John Lewis boss hints at post-Brexit price rise

Andy Street said fluctuations in the exchange rate of sterling was a big issue for the chain which buys a third of its goods in dollars

Andy Street was given the president's award by Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce

Selfridges and Andy Street take home chamber awards

Department store, law firm and recruitment consultancy among the winners at the Greater Birmingham Chamber ceremony

Birmingham City Council's new chief executive Mark Rogers

Birmingham Post Power 250: Public Sector

The ten people listed as the most influential in the West Midlands from the Public Sector

£14bn funding bid as Midlands Engine clicks into gear

For the first time ever, the Midlands has come together to showcase investment opportunities to key markets such as China and the US at the MIPIM property conference in Cannes

Rosie Ginday of Miss Macaroon, which has secured a deal with John Lewis

Birmingham start-up Miss Macaroon secures John Lewis deal

The former patisserie chef backed herself in business when she set up Miss Macaroon in 2011 – now she is on course to turn over £200,000 this year

Greg Lowson, Pinsent Masons' Birmingham head of office

Birmingham firms sign up to schools scheme to plug skills gap

Balfour Beatty, Birmingham Airport, Pinsent Masons and Royal Bank of Scotland sign up to scheme

Birmingham City Centre Enterprise Zone

£750m boost for Greater Birmingham with enterprise zone expanded

The devolution deal signed yesterday commits to funding the Curzon Street Enterprise Zone extension, which will be a major money-spinner for the region

SR City partners (from left): Julian Buttery, development director of Ahead Partnership Birmingham; Paul Faulkner, chief executive of Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce; Andy Street, chairman of GBS LEP; Coun Penny Holbrook, city council cabinet member for learning and Greg Lowson, partner at Pinsent Masons

Top businesses back scheme to boost pupils' career opportunities

Firms including Balfour Beatty, Birmingham Airport, Pinsent Masons and Royal Bank of Scotland hope scheme will plug city's skills shortage

From the Alpha Tower.

Business backing for £1bn West Midlands devolution deal

The long-awaited deal means the “Greater Birmingham” region will get cash to improve transport and skills

Anita Champaneri, Mike Ward, Gavin Wade and Glyn Pitchford celebrate Gateley's £20,000 donation to the Birmingham Big Art Project

Birmingham Big Art project gets £80,000 contribution from Arts Council England

This latest contribution means the funding pot for the project has now passed the £100,000 mark

Greater Birmingham combined authority calls win Black Country support

The chair of the Black Country Chamber of Commerce Devolution Group says the region would be better served under the Greater Birmingham banner

From left: David Hardman, chief executive of Innovation Birmingham, Karle Burford, director of AHR Architects and Ian Hirst, bid manager with Thomas Vale Construction

Innovation Birmingham launches new business centre plan

City campus to house dedicated hub aimed at helping SMEs and growing companies interact better with city's universities

Birmingham and the wider local region remains an attractive destination for foreign investment

Greater Birmingham leads the way for foreign investment

More than 6,000 jobs created or safeguarded in the region on the back of 73 investment from overseas firms

Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls pictured with Birmingham Airport's chief executive Paul Kehoe

Ed Balls promises city centre enterprise zone will extend to Curzon HS2 Station

Business leaders welcomed an earlier vow from George Osborne to extend the enterprise zone which would open up the door to borrowing millions needed to regenerate and create thousands of jobs

An 3d aerial view of the areas designated for regeneration immediately surrounding Curzon Street HS2 Station, from the Birmingham Curzon HS2 Masterplan updated

Conservatives vow to extend Birmingham enterprise zone to Curzon Street

George Osborne has announced an expansion of the city centre enterprise zone to take in the regeneration area around Curzon HS2 Station

Liz Peace who is the new chair of The Curzon Urban Regeneration Company

Interview with Liz Peace: from Cadbury, to BPF and back

Liz Peace has been named as the chairman of the Curzon Urban Regeneration Company, overseeing the regeneration around Birmingham's proposed HS2 station

CGI of the proposed redevelopment of Birmingham's Wholesale Markets

Plans to turn Wholesale Markets into Birmingham's family quarter

New 'Birmingham Smithfield' vision unveiled today in France at international property conference MIPIM

Andy Street

BPS Birmingham and Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP launch SME funding portal

The website has been launched jointly by BPS Birmingham, the organisation representing the region’s business professional and financial services sector, and the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership

View from The Cube by Reuben Colley

Birmingham artist Reuben Colley opens Colmore Row gallery

City artist's paintings of Birmingham will sit next to work from the likes of Warhol and Damien Hirst

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