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Jaguar's director of design, Ian Callum

Jaguar's Ian Callum lands top design accolade

The judges declared Jaguar’s director of design this year’s most influential UK designer finishing ahead of Waitrose’s Maggie Hodgetts and Burberry’s Christopher Bailey

Birmingham 'left out of loop' by the BBC, former Doctor Who star says

Actor Peter Davison
The BBC spent £12.40 for every licence fee-payer in the Midlands last year – compared to £80 in the North, £122 in Wales and £757 in London

PwC's work on gender equality recognised

Katie Warrington, director and head of diversity at PwC in the Midlands
The firm has again been named in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2015, published in partnership with Opportunity Now, the workplace gender campaign from Business in the Community

Apprentice finalist Nick Holzherr finds recipe for more success

Nick Holzherr runs Whisk.com
TV contestant in huge deal to expand food app internationally.

Black Country care home built with Barclays' backing

Barclays' Mark Mumford with Jim Lovell from Veronica House care home in Tipton
Veronica House, based on Leabrook Road in Tipton, is owned by James and Veronica Lovell, directors of Hunstone, and is managed by their daughter in-law Elaine with support of their sons David and Andrew

Business In Pictures

Katie Kershaw, Node Urban Design

BYPY 2015: Katie Kershaw, Node Urban Design

Design and heritage consultant concludes our Q&As with property nominees at BYPY 2015

From left: Ed Hill and John Baldwin of Baldwins Accountants with senior partner at Cox Jerome Philip Abraham

Baldwins and Cox Jerome announce merger deal

Black Country accountancy firms combine teams to create 35-strong team in Walsall as they now seek to grow client base

Lloyds Bank backs Formrite to buy factory

Geoff Neale, owner of Formrite Precision (left), and Oliver Dallaway, relationship manager at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking
Black Country engineering firm purchases premises it was renting to expand company and create new jobs
The BBC in the Mailbox, Birmingham

The BBC should invest however it chooses... in the Midlands

The Post is campaigning for a fair share of funding from the state broadcaster - but, despite what its executives seem to think, we aren't telling them how to spend

We must champion diversity in Birmingham's boardrooms together

The membership had changed significantly given the three board members who had retired at the last AGM.
Halesowen Cricket Club chairman Richard Evans, with Neil Mocroft, Kevin Drew and Omar Sadique of Clark Brookes Turner Cary

Clark Brookes Turner Cary to sponsor Halesowen Cricket Club

As well as injecting a “significant sum” to help support the Birmingham & District League Division Two side, the law firm will also be utilising the club’s facilities to target a part of the Black Country where it has previously had only a minimal presence

Actor Peter Davison

Birmingham 'left out of loop' by the BBC, former Doctor Who star says

The BBC spent £12.40 for every licence fee-payer in the Midlands last year – compared to £80 in the North, £122 in Wales and £757 in London

Katie Warrington, director and head of diversity at PwC in the Midlands

PwC's work on gender equality recognised

The firm has again been named in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2015, published in partnership with Opportunity Now, the workplace gender campaign from Business in the Community

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Jaguar's director of design, Ian Callum

Jaguar's Ian Callum lands top design accolade

Dr David Hardman, Charlotte Crossley and Brian Donnelly.

Silicon Valley entrepreneur at Innovation Birmingham event

Actor Peter Davison

Birmingham 'left out of loop' by the BBC, former Doctor Who star says

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