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Premier Inn's owner Whitbread has recruited Top Banana to help with events

Top Banana secures Whitbread client win

Black Country event specialist joins a roster of clients which includes Barclaycard, Primark and Barcardi

Images of Birmingham in days gone by get blended treatment

An image taken in Ladypool Road, Sparkbrook, in 1959 gets the blended treatment
Images from Chamberlain Square, Five Ways and Sparkbrook are also among our latest batch to be blended with those taken decades apart

New Birmingham Hippodrome chief to join BBC's The Space

New Hippodrome chief executive Fiona Allan has been named chairman of The Space
Fiona Allan appointed chairman of Mailbox-based digital development programme run with Arts Council England

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Premier Inn's owner Whitbread has recruited Top Banana to help with events

Top Banana secures Whitbread client win

Black Country event specialist joins a roster of clients which includes Barclaycard, Primark and Barcardi

An image taken in Ladypool Road, Sparkbrook, in 1959 gets the blended treatment

Images of Birmingham in days gone by get blended treatment

Images from Chamberlain Square, Five Ways and Sparkbrook are also among our latest batch to be blended with those taken decades apart

New Hippodrome chief executive Fiona Allan has been named chairman of The Space

New Birmingham Hippodrome chief to join BBC's The Space

Fiona Allan appointed chairman of Mailbox-based digital development programme run with Arts Council England

Birmingham Post editor Stacey Barnfield, speaking at the 2014 Post Business Awards, is leaving the paper after 23 years

Pastures new after 23 years in city journalism

Changing times in the local press from newsroom fisticuffs to a new age of digital journalism - Post editor Stacey Barnfield reflects on his time in local press as he prepares to move on to a new chapter in his life

Thomas Keogh (left) and former Lord Mayor Mike Leddy with the winning design for the new Birmingham flag

Winning design unveiled for new Birmingham flag

Red, yellow and blue design takes inspiration from Bullring and Birmingham's reputation as the city of a thousand trades

The Google Digital Garage in the Library of Birmingham exclusive

Google offers boost to troubled Library of Birmingham

Digital training base will help soothe pain of cuts to staff and hours as council tries to mitigate against major budget cuts

New faces at Orb, from left: Designer Helen Page, creative strategist Ricki Mhali, head of business development Anthony Bisseker and account manager Jodie Price

New team and client wins for Orb

City branding agency expands payroll on the back of projects with KPMG, EU Automation and Umbrella

The Post's campaign calling for a fair deal from the BBC

Fairer BBC funding part of reform green paper

Post campaign gains traction with government as new paper from Department for Culture, Media and Sport highlights issue of 'regional delivery' from corporation

Angel Gibbons, commercial director with Rees Bradley Hepburn which has won Epyx as a new client

Rees Bradley Hepburn wins Epyx brief

Meriden agency to help tech company specialising in automotive sector launch new products to enter fleet market

iMend mobile repair business on the rise

Couple who launched call-put service to fix broken mobiles says business is booming with 500 repairs a week

Launch of The Big Hoot launch event at Fort Dunlop

Pictures: The Big Hoot art project launched

Two-month project will see giant owls appear across the city as part of project to raise £250,000 for Birmingham Children's Hospital

Alex Chudnovsky and Dixon Jones of Majestic

Software firm Majestic launches Twitter app

Developer based at Innovation Birmingham Campus creates app to test the influence of a Twitter handle

Creative England on hunt for Midlands filmmakers

New programme of events to run in Digbeth to unearth next generation of writers, directors and producers

Views from the Nat West tower in Birmingham

Pictures: View from the top of NatWest Tower

Our photographer gets a bird's eye view of the city from the roof of 103 Colmore Row as demolition of Madin's tower looms

Piers Read has been named the first managing director of the Custard Factory and Fazeley Studios

Custard Factory appoints first managing director

Founder of Wimbledon Film and TV Studios named new chief at Digbeth creative hub with remit to drive expansion of the estate

The Clevercherry senior team outside the agency's new home at 22 Gas Street

Clevercherry finds new city home

Digital and creative agency leaves Jewellery Quarter for new base in Gas Street as revamps corporate identity

The Stuart Carlier collection of almost 100 drawers of beetles

Beetle mania... Birmingham's amazing insect collection is latest Museums Trust 'object of the month'

Collection is latest of series of objects of the month the Museums Trust is unveiling through the Birmingham Post

Birmingham Open Media coding summer camp aims to inspire next generation of inventors

Seven to 11-year-olds will learn how to solder, build and program objects that respond to commands, take part in a cretinous creature jamboree and race in a robot rally

A Big Hoot owl at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Big Hoot art project springs into life across Birmingham

Small owlets designed and painted by children have landed at sites across the city as part of fundraiser for children's hospital

Beverley Nielsen

Milan proves real eye opener for Birmingham

Birmingham Made Me's recent trip to the Milan Design Expo was an educational experience, says BCU's Beverley Nielsen

Videos & Photos

CGI of how the revamped Civic House could look under newly submitted plans

First plans for Great Charles Street Estate

The new Nosh and Quaff restaurant in Colmore Row, Birmingham.

Nosh and Quaff unveiled after £1m fit-out completes

Three Brindleyplace will be home to new CAU and Zizzi restaurants

Zizzi and CAU to open in Brindleyplace

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