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A development partner is being sought to build a new £31m creative quarter in Leamington

New £31m tech quarter to create 300 jobs

Leamington will outline its ambitious plans at property conference MIPIM next month as it kicks off the hunt to find a development partner

The Kings Norton Mop on October 7, 1963. All images taken by Phyllis Nicklin.

WATCH: New film inspired by nostalgic pictures of Birmingham

NicklinUnseen pictures, showing well-known parts of the city in the 1950s and 60s, have already become a social media hit

Emma Mulqueeny will be among the speakers at BCU's 2016 Rethink Media

Diversity on the agenda at 2016 Rethink Media

Birmingham City University's annual digital media conference will welcome speakers from the BBC and global app Slack to address diversity and innovation

Stoneleigh Park will host the UK Game Fair later this year

Liquid wins UK Game Fair brief

City centre PR agency appointed to promote show in Warwickshire which celebrates rural life

From left: Thomas Sondrup, head of Audux technology with the original POBIT, chairman Dennis Wright and Audux co-founder Claus Estrup Vesterskov

Midven backs broadcast tech firm Audux

New company has secured £255,000 to support its rollout of high-quality broadcast technology aimed at making it accessible to all

Media strategy director John Keane and the Crave & Lamb team at its new home in Two Snowhill

New Birmingham base for media agency Crave & Lamb

London agency which works with Ben Sherman and Coral branches out into Midlands

Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla

CBSO announces Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla will be next Music Director

The Lithuanian conductor replaces Andris Nelsons as the next Music Director of the CBSO

Street art by Inkie, a feature of City of Colours which returns in June

City of Colours festival boosted by Arts Council grant

Digbeth street art event will definitely take place this summer after £35,000 in funding is awarded to festival making its first return to the city

Lucy Hutchinson - Blonde

Art Council Collection heading to Birmingham Museums Trust thanks to £600,000 award

Birmingham awarded National Partner status for Arts Council Collection

Business Growth Fund backs Castleton Technology for international expansion

Sutton Coldfield software firm secures £4.5 million in new funding to acquire rival and support further growth

Sarah Kent has become the new majority shareholder following an MBO at Whistle PR

MBO at Whistle PR

Birmingham agency founded in 2012 now under majority control of managing director as it embarks on a new chapter

New directors at Big Cat (from left) Marv Robson, Hannah Davies and Christie Galloway with founder Anthony Tattum

New senior team at Big Cat

Jewellery Quarter-based PR, marketing and design agency promotes a pair and adds a new face to its management

uberASSIST is being launched in Birmingham today

Uber launches new taxi service in Birmingham

App is attempting to broaden its reach with new uberASSIST which aims to help those with disabilities and access needs

Julian Lloyd Webber has been named president of the Birmingham and Midland Institute

Lloyd Webber named new Birmingham and Midland Institute president

Conservatoire principal cements his place in the city with one-year tenure at prestigious lecture and exhibition institution

New Arts Council England funding for West Midlands photography project

Grant will be used to support photographers who wish to exhibt work and also inspire the next generation to become involved in the sector

From left: Jaspal Sahota, Ranbir Sahota and Nic Corns from Vitis PR which has launched a new office in Scotland

Jewellery Quarter agency expands north of the border

Vitis PR eyes a new market after launching an office in Fife following series of client wins

Tim Andrews has been named the new chief executive of Birmingham City Ladies FC

Hollywood Monster chief joins Birmingham City Ladies

Senior management boost as Tim Andrews is appointed new chief executive of Women's Super League club

The Synapse Information team

Synapse eyes international expansion with new funding

HSBC provides £500,000 funding package which has enabled Birmingham-based tech firm to recruit new staff and plan for office launches in Australia and the US

Global turmoil bites in 2016 Birmingham Post Rich List

Exporters hit in the pocket while property magnates cash in as we reveal the annual countdown of the region's highest earners

Richard Smith

Birmingham Post Rich List 2016: No.41 - Richard and Brenda Smith

Contracts with retailers all over the world continue to make a success of Coventry-based IT consultancy PCMS, founded by Richard and Brenda Smith

Videos & Photos

Alison Brodie, Natalie King, Zoe Tranter and John Lands attend Wolfs' Champagne Networking event at Hotel Du Vin

Wolfs host networking event for key figures in property industry

The Kings Norton Mop on October 7, 1963. All images taken by Phyllis Nicklin.

WATCH: New film inspired by nostalgic pictures of Birmingham

The latest stage of the demolition of Birmingham's Central Library, pictured in February 2016

WATCH: Timelapse video shows Central Library demolition progress in January

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