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Retailers at the Custard Factory

Search for face of Custard Factory as it launches YouTube channel

Custard Factory is looking for two presenters who will have the opportunity to work alongside a number of production companies based in Birmingham

Adaptable co-founders Olly Sorsby (left) and Dan Cooper

Adaptable's helping hand for Style Birmingham Live

Retail BID recruits Digbeth-based digital agency to create communications material to promote annual celebration of Birmingham's retail and fashion offering

Home Secretary Theresa May meets anti-extremism campaigners in Birmingham

Home Secretary is talking to the right people as she draws up new anti-extremism strategy

Efforts to tackle extremism recognised, the ongoing green belt saga and what will national politicians will make of our combined authority chief.

Home Secretary Theresa May meets community groups at Custard Factory

Community group praised by Theresa May

Upstanding Neighbourhoods group told Theresa May about its work challenging extremism and meeting young Muslims in Sparkbrook

Piers Read, managing director of the Custard Factory (left), and Alastair Cory, head of the new Birmingham office of architecture practice Gensler exclusive

Shanghai Tower architect Gensler to launch Custard Factory base

Global firm which has worked on vision for Birmingham Wholesale Markets will open its second UK practice in Digbeth later this year

Piers Read has been named the first managing director of the Custard Factory and Fazeley Studios

Custard Factory appoints first managing director

Founder of Wimbledon Film and TV Studios named new chief at Digbeth creative hub with remit to drive expansion of the estate

Channel 4 HQ in Westminster

Channel 4 to Birmingham: An idea so out there it might just work

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Birmingham should be making television that the world wants to see, says Graeme Brown

Grand Gallery Reception at Fazeley Studios

Creative Industries Federation roadshow comes to Birmingham

Roadshow will be at Fazeley Studios next week for event focusing business opportunities in the creative sector

Performers at Birmingham's International Dance Festival

Good things can happen in the arts

Arts Council England's chief executive Darren Henley discusses the sector at a time of huge funding pressure

Cravendale's Barry the biscuit boy is one of several recent projects by Yamination

New Digbeth home for Yamination

Digbeth-based animation studio has just moved out of the Custard Factory so it can grow and start working on multiple projects at the same time

Lucan Gray and Richard Northall of Rock & Co at Fazeley Studios

Rocks & Co moves to Birmingham with new Digbeth studio

The biggest e-commerce jewellery company in Europe, which has broadcast to 19.5 million viewers in the past seven years, is moving to Fazeley Studios 

Raj Mack, head of Digital Birmingham

Digital Academy to host summer school

Companies urged to sign up to free two-day seminar run by Greater Birmingham Digital Academy which will focus on themes of data, marketing and growth

Bareface Media's account director PJ Ellis (checked shirt) with some of the agency's team doing the 2015 Great Birmingham 10k Business Challenge

Bareface Media supports LoveBrum in Great Birmingham 10k Business Challenge

Marketing agency signs up mixed team for 10k race next month and is aiming to raise £1,000 for city charity

Co-founders of Adaptable Dan Cooper (left) and Olly Sorsby

Adaptable wins design brief from Retail Birmingham

Business improvement district appoints Custard Factory agency to help with refreshing brand identity and creating new website

CGI of how the Metro trams would look in High Street Deritend

Midland Metro route through Digbeth chosen

Public picks tramline which will take in High Street Deritend and service Custard Factory and coach station

Edwardian Horror Show, BMAG, Friday, March 20

All you need to know about Flatpack Film Festival 2015

The city's annual festival of quirky film, workshops and installations takes place from March 19-29 at various venues across the city

Fighting a losing battle for Birmingham's tech sector

Despite Birmingham's prominence as a thriving tech and digital city, there's still a job to do convincing those in the capital, argues David Hardman

Young people on the BBC Make it Digital Traineeship pilot programme in Birmingham

Birmingham chosen to pilot BBC Make it Digital Traineeship programme

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The BBC Make it Digital Traineeship programme is a partnership between the broadcaster, the Department for Work and the Pensions and Skills Funding Agency, supported by a range of other organisations

Lara Ratnaraja, freelance creative industries consultant; Dave Peebles, The Custard Factory; Chris Bryant, MP and John Kampfner, Creative Industries Federation

Chris Bryant MP outlines Labour's arts and culture pledges during Fazeley Studios speech

MPs tells delegates he cannot promise the same doubling and trebling of budgets because society lives in a different world at the moment

BBC's studios and shop in The Mailbox in Birmingham

Outrage as 91% of Midland BBC licence fees spent elsewhere

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MPs, civic and business leaders join Birmingham Post's call for broadcaster to stop ignoring the Midlands with investment rising in all UK regions but here


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