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Paul Faulkner, chief executive of Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce

Business leaders call for action after employment falls

Chamber of commerce says it is vital improving trends in the West Midlands don't stall

Paul Faulkner, chief executive of Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce

'Quiet confidence' among Birmingham firms - report

But Greater Birmingham's business leaders call for the Government to create better economic conditions following triggering of Article 50

Children's hospital chief and wine merchant scoop top business awards

Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce names Loki Wines shop as business of the year

West Midland Finance Awards

Entries open for 2017 West Midlands Finance Awards

See how you can enter the awards celebrating the success of finance professionals and organisations

Mike Hibbert is retiring from the chamber after 22 years

Birmingham chamber finance chief to retire

Mike Hibbert is bowing out after a 22-year spell with city's chamber of commerce

The Trinity Road stand and the statue of William McGregor at Villa Park.

Final Villa pay day for ex-chief exec Tom Fox

Former Aston Villa chief sees salary package more than double in same season club is relegated from Premier League to Championship

Top 50 most wealthy in Midlands are almost £8 billion better off than last year

There is an interesting reason why the combined wealth of this year's most wealthy in the Midlands is almost £8 billion higher than 2016

West Midland Finance Awards

West Midlands Finance Awards: See who won

Region's top finance professionals and businesses honoured in ceremony hosted in partnership with Robert Walters, Great Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and ICAEW

Prime Minister urged to support regional airport expansion

Business and political leaders from across West Midlands signed letter to Theresa May ahead of landmark decision on whether to expand airport capacity in the South East

Mike Chamberlain, chief executive of Sport Birmingham (left), with chairman Paul Faulkner

Chamber chief joins Sport Birmingham

Paul Faulkner will use his experience leading Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest to help charity increase participation in grassroots sport across the city

Sharp drop in Birmingham's youth unemployment

New report suggests claimant numbers are falling across the city but levels remain higher than average compared with other 'core' cities

The British Union Flag and the European Flag

Businesses back Remain in Birmingham Chamber survey

More than half of firms polled in a major survey have come out against a Brexit

Paul Faulkner, chief executive of the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce

Birmingham Post Power 250: Business Lobby

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

George Osborne will deliver his latest Budget next week

Business leaders call for same Budget support in Midlands as Northern Powerhouse

Chamber wish list includes a new investment hub to support infrastructure and a plan for the visitor economy

West Midlands businesses are divided over the UK's future in Europe

Around 40pc of Birmingham businesses want a Brexit

Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce says it will now remain neutral in the debate after survey showed opinion over EU referendum is reasonably even

Schools have been urged to embrace vocational qualifications

Schools told to end 'snobbery' over vocational qualifications

Schools will be ordered to encourage pupils to apply for apprenticeships and vocational qualifications such as engineering courses

Chamber chief Paul Faulkner says work is needed to kick-start a 'two-speed economy'

Chamber chief urges government to rebalance 'two-speed economy'

Region's struggling manufacturers need help from government says Faulkner as GDP growth sits at 0.5 per cent

John Mortimer, Angela Mortimer; Paul Faulkner, Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce; Richard Parker, PwC; Paul Swinney, Centre for Cities

Birmingham Chamber hosts breakfast event

The Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce held its latest Quarterly Economic Survey breakfast event

West Midlands set back years as skills crisis deepens

'Exceptionally worrying trend' as industry struggles to recruit in key manufacturing sector

Aston Martin was urged to consider Longbridge for a new factory in April

Review of 2015 - April: Aston Martin factory, John Lewis recruits and 'Shakespeare's Airport'

Luxury car-maker was reported to be eyeing a site in Longbridge for a new factory, John Lewis started massive recruitment drive and Birmingham Airport said it could adopt a new moniker for the US


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