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Boarded up shops in Lichfield Road, Mere Green, which are set to be redeveloped

Developers lining up for stalled Mere Green scheme

Progress finally being made on long-awaited retail development in upmarket city suburb

New man at helm of Brandauer

David Spears (left) and Rowan Crozier from Brandauer
David Spears brings an end to 13-year tenure but will stay on in non-executive position

City firms step in to save Birmingham Baccalaureate

Paul Kehoe, chief executive of Birmingham Airport, one of three companies to save the city's baccalaureate
The Birmingham Baccalaureate is designed to give youngsters the skills demanded by a 21st century economy and was key part council manifesto

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Boarded up shops in Lichfield Road, Mere Green, which are set to be redeveloped

Developers lining up for stalled Mere Green scheme

Progress finally being made on long-awaited retail development in upmarket city suburb

David Spears (left) and Rowan Crozier from Brandauer

New man at helm of Brandauer

David Spears brings an end to 13-year tenure but will stay on in non-executive position

Paul Kehoe, chief executive of Birmingham Airport, one of three companies to save the city's baccalaureate

City firms step in to save Birmingham Baccalaureate

The Birmingham Baccalaureate is designed to give youngsters the skills demanded by a 21st century economy and was key part council manifesto

New £3.2m funding deal from Santander for MSS Lasers

Warwickshire laser cutting machine outfit set to hire six new staff and bolster operations in UK and Spain

One Colmore Square, the former home of law firm Cobbetts

Legal action halts final repayments from Cobbetts

Lloyds Bank waiting on final payment of almost £337,000 following collapse of law firm last summer

Adrian Cartwright, Wakemans

Wakemans wins brief to lead Midshire Business Systems redevelopment

Property and construction consultancy will project manage £2.2m revamp of West Bromwich head office

Geoff Childs, managing director of Extraenergy which is now looking to hire 1,000 staff for a new base in Birmingham

Extraenergy to create 1,000 city jobs to take on 'big six'

Company which has signed up two million German customers since 2010 now eyeing UK market and a new large base in Birmingham

An artist's impression of the type of building now being planned at the V Building site

New plans drawn up for V Building site at Arena Central

Less extravagant proposals are being mooted for the site once expected to house 51-storey mega tower

Shadow chancellor Ed Balls

West Midlands success 'disguises export failure', Shadow Chancellor claims

Speaking to the Post, the Shadow Chancellor said the Government was falling “way below” George Osborne’s 2012 goal of doubling exports by the end of the decade

Sir Peter Rigby whose company has made it second aviation acquisition of the summer

Latest deal for Rigby Group as it buys Capital Air Charter

Coventry Airport owner continues acquisition trail with deal for air ambulance and private flight operator

Russell Walker, managing director of Atwell International which has secured a new £600,000 funding package from Santander

Santander backs Atwell International with £600,000 funding deal

Worcestershire manufacturing group will use new capital to expand in Asia, Europe and North American markets

Gemma Butler, Lambert Smith Hampton

Lakeside Industrial Estate fully let

Lambert Smith Hampton secures quartet of leases to bring Worcestershire estate up to capacity

Burrito Kitchen is one of five West Midlands businesses named in the Lloyds Bank Enterprise Awards shortlist

Five Midland businesses make Lloyds Bank Enterprise Awards shortlist

Three categories open to entrepreneurs currently studying or who graduated within the past five years and have been trading for more than one year

Liz Newton, who is joining Colmore Business District BID next month as its new events and communications manager

Colmore Business District appoints new event manager

Liz Newton joins from Northfield where she led the successful set-up ballot

130 Colmore Row which is set to be transformed into a restaurant

Restaurant plans lodged for 130 Colmore Row

Chinese investors show their hand for Grade II building following landmark investment deal earlier this year

AceOn Group managing director Mark Thompson, left, with some of the firm's products

The Birmingham Post Growth Fund returns

Businesses from across the region now able to bid for grants to help create jobs after the Post secured Regional Growth Fund cash

Pictured are Mark Abrol, Leenamari Aantaa-Collier and John Hughes from the Wilkes Partnership

Wilkes Partnership strengthens planning team

Aantaa-Collier has extensive legal experience in planning and law and litigation after working for Stratford-on-Avon District Council, The Law Society and in private practice

MG Rover MG6

MG on right road with special edition sales

Brand's range launched for 90th anniversary proving very popular as car are almost sold out

Professor Nick Morton, Birmingham City University

Birmingham City University launches bid to address skills shortage

University teams up with Mott MacDonald to offer work experience opportunities with engineering consultancy

Mid-sized businesses 'too conservative' to export

Lloyds Bank research says companies not considering overseas markets despite being aware of the benefits

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Boarded up shops in Lichfield Road, Mere Green, which are set to be redeveloped

Developers lining up for stalled Mere Green scheme

City of Colours Wall by N4T4, Philth, Mila K and AsOne

Birmingham to become City of Colours

An artist's impression of the type of building now being planned at the V Building site

New plans drawn up for V Building site at Arena Central

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