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15:52, 8 AUG 2013
Office space offered to investors at the heart of city’s creative quarter
Business Catalyst programme offers discounted or free services and accommodation for eligible investors in Digbeth
Birmingham business scheme offers office space to creative start-ups
Programme run by Business Birmingham aims to give small firms a leg up in the creative quarter
Custard Factory creates a stir with expansion plan
Already the largest digital creative hub outside of London, the family behind the Digbeth centre said rising demand meant they needed more studio space
Birmingham's secret society offers foodies a taste of the unknown
Fancy a dining experience with a difference? Mary Griffin meets 200 Brummies who did at Birmingham’s Secret Dining Society.
£3m fund to help start-up businesses launched in Birmingham
Hub Launchpad aims to help more than 1,500 budding entrepreneurs at the city’s first digital manufacturing hub in the Custard Factory, by turning their ideas into viable enterprises
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The Custard Factory launches summer Saturday events
The Custard Factory will host a series of summer events starting from 8 June until September.
King Kong could be heading back to Birmingham
Well-known Birmingham business figure Andy Munro is to hold talks with representatives from the Digbeth landmark in a bid to give the giant ape a well-earned holiday in Birmingham.
Birmingham City Council
Birmingham enjoys record levels of foreign investment
Foreign investment in Birmingham has soared by 52 per cent in the last year – with more than 2,200 jobs created as a result – as the city continues to buck a UK-wide fall.
Fashion chain ASOS opens first operation outside London in Birmingham
New highly-skilled jobs have been created after online fashion giant ASOS chose Birmingham to set up its first operation outside London.
Moseley Folk Festival
Moseley Folk Festival continues to grow
Organiser Carl Gervis looks ahead to the 2010 event in Moseley Park
Birmingham 'risks becoming another Detroit'
Birmingham must embrace the spirit of entrepreneurialism the city was built upon or face “Detroitification,” the founder of the Custard Factory has warned.
Birmingham's big chance to show what it can do
Bennie Gray, entrepreneur champion and founder of the organisation which runs the Custard Factory in Birmingham, outlines his manifesto for saving the city's economy.