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It's ladies thirst as Purity targets women beer drinkers

Warwickshire-based Purity has set itself a target of producing seven million pints a year so is targeting more female drinkers by making glasses aimed at more feminine hands

300 guests attend KPMG's annual event in Birmingham

Steven Fifer; Jeffrey Knight; Councillor Shafique Shah, Lord Mayor of Birmingham; Sophie Ash, KPMG; and Paul Gerrard attend KPMG's annual event held at the firm's Birmingham office.
KPMG's annual event at the firm's Birmingham office attracted 300 attendees.

New £40m Birmingham Conservatoire plans set for approval

Planning officers say brick design, previously compared to an Oxo cube, is 'high standard'

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It's ladies thirst as Purity targets women beer drinkers

Warwickshire-based Purity has set itself a target of producing seven million pints a year so is targeting more female drinkers by making glasses aimed at more feminine hands

Steven Fifer; Jeffrey Knight; Councillor Shafique Shah, Lord Mayor of Birmingham; Sophie Ash, KPMG; and Paul Gerrard attend KPMG's annual event held at the firm's Birmingham office.

300 guests attend KPMG's annual event in Birmingham

KPMG's annual event at the firm's Birmingham office attracted 300 attendees.

New £40m Birmingham Conservatoire plans set for approval

Planning officers say brick design, previously compared to an Oxo cube, is 'high standard'

Richard Canner, President, Birmingham and Edgbaston Debating Society; with Ken Wilkinson, President 60 years ago, attending the Birmingham and Edgbaston Debating Society's monthly meeting at Edgbaston Golf Club.

Birmingham and Edgbaston Debating Society meeting goes with a swing at golf club

Birmingham and Edgbaston Debating Society held its monthly meeting at Edgbaston Golf Club.

Covpress' £300m Chinese venture launches to Far East fanfare

Engineering company aims to create 'best press-shop in the world' as it targets expansion following 2013 takeover

Jemma Bird, one of this year's candidates on BBC programme The Apprentice

Fired Apprentice candidate Jemma Bird vows to prove Lord Sugar wrong

A self-confessed workaholic, Ms Bird says she works seven days a week

Kirsty promoted to new role at intellectual property specialists Forresters

Ms Gallagher will be leading firm’s business development activity

£45m boost to region in latest Growth Deals

Birmingham, Black Country and Solihull all benefit in latest round of funding from government scheme to boost infrastructure, education and housing

Jodie Cook, founder of JC Social Media, will be among the guest speakers at Rethink Media 2015

Former Google director and BYPY winner to speak at RethinkMedia 2015

Birmingham City University's third annual digital media conference will focus on emerging trends in the sector

£300m Covpress China factory is blueprint for future - Lord Whitby

A West Midlands trade delegation is in China forging links and laying the groundwork for greater co-operation with the economic powerhouse. Business writer Jon Griffin reports from Dongying

Lauro Rodi, Lloyds Bank Commercial Finance, Roy Langford, West Midlands Hire & Haulage and Philip Hyde, Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking

Lloyds funding deal enables West Midlands Hire & Haulage to expand vehicle fleet

Through the financial package provided by Lloyds Bank, the firm’s owner, JB Langford and Co, has invested in several modern vehicles

Harrison Drape in Digbeth is being regenerated as an apartment complex updated

Pictures: Work starts on Harrison Drape regeneration

Former curtain factory in Digbeth is being brought back to life as an apartment complex which is due to finished by the end of 2016

Kahn Design's Flying Huntsman 105 Longnose

The ultimate Land Rover Defender... yours for a staggering £150,000

Leeds-based Kahn Design, which specialises in modifying a wide range of cars, has launched what many are calling the ultimate Defender

Pictures: Jaguars and Range Rovers driven off stricken Hoegh Osaka

Cargo includes 1,200 Jaguars and Land Rovers, 65 Minis and 105 JCBs

Birmingham is set to benefit from a new regeneration pot backed by Legal & General

Greater Birmingham boost as Legal & General launches £15bn regen vehicle

Region is poised to tap into new cash pot which will benefit projects such as housing and infrastructure

Andrew Preston, industrial property manager with London & Cambridge Properties

London & Cambridge Properties signs up latest tenant

Armorduct Systems consolidates four bases into a single space on Pensnett Estate in Kingswinford

Joe Breeden, managing director at Crystal Mortgages

Crystal Mortgages celebrates record-breaking performance

Representing the first time it has surpassed the half-a-billion mark in issued terms, the growth has been further complemented with a 33 per cent rise in completions against last year

Ian Hyde, from Pinsent Masons, who has been appointed as a Judge of the First-tier Tribunal

Pinsent Masons' partner Ian Hyde to become tribunal judge

Ian Hyde will be a ‘fee-paid’ judge, meaning he will sit on a part time basis, and will take up the position later this year

John Madin's St James's House has been awarded Grade II listed status by English Heritage

John Madin building handed listed status

Office block designed by renowned architect granted Grade II status by English Heritage as other examples of his work in the city perish

New recruits at Gough Bailey Wright, Simmie Korotane (left) and Sarah Taylor

New faces at Gough Bailey Wright

Worcestershire PR and marketing agency grows team to work on clients such as Drayton Manor and Bovis

Videos & Photos

Steven Fifer; Jeffrey Knight; Councillor Shafique Shah, Lord Mayor of Birmingham; Sophie Ash, KPMG; and Paul Gerrard attend KPMG's annual event held at the firm's Birmingham office.

300 guests attend KPMG's annual event in Birmingham

Leyland Industries Belgium sign that survives outside the former British Leyland plant in Seneffe

When British Leyland drove the car industry drove into Europe

NatWest Tower, which has peered over Birmingham's roof tops since the 1970s, looks set to be demolished

John Madin's NatWest Tower could finally go

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