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Peaky Blinders creator to offer tips to budding Birmingham TV drama producers

Creative Skillset and the BBC Academy are running the ‘Get Your Next Job in TV Drama’ day of panels, networking and training sessions

OpenCo heads to Birmingham as creatives reveal secrets of their success

David Maclean, who runs Packt Publishing - one of the firms taking part in Birmingham's first OpenCo
Tech businesses will open their doors for a day to discuss their ventures in a bid to make Birmingham more collaborative

Birmingham to become City of Colours

City of Colours Wall by N4T4, Philth, Mila K and AsOne
Digbeth to welcome more than 140 artists as it plays host to city's first large-scale festival of street art next weekend

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Peaky Blinders creator to offer tips to budding Birmingham TV drama producers

Creative Skillset and the BBC Academy are running the ‘Get Your Next Job in TV Drama’ day of panels, networking and training sessions

David Maclean, who runs Packt Publishing - one of the firms taking part in Birmingham's first OpenCo

OpenCo heads to Birmingham as creatives reveal secrets of their success

Tech businesses will open their doors for a day to discuss their ventures in a bid to make Birmingham more collaborative

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

Birmingham to become City of Colours

Digbeth to welcome more than 140 artists as it plays host to city's first large-scale festival of street art next weekend

Chinese tour for Birmingham Big Art Project

Latest fundraising event will explore the city's Chinese heritage and take in three restaurants

The Filthy Luker paintbrush on the top of the Selfridges building

Giant paintbrush added to Birmingham skyline ahead of City of Colours Festival

The artwork forms part of the 2014 City Of Colours Festival taking place in the city on September 6

New Jask recruits; Debbie Clifton, Dave Potts. Front Row (L-R): Kevin Thompson, Haider Ismail, James Davison, Kristen Voisey

Solihull marketing agency Jask takes on six new roles

Firm takes on six new staff to meet growth demands during the first half of the year after recent client wins

Selfridges' famous window displays arrive in the Bullring

Selfridges' famous window displays come to Bullring

The favourite with tourists in the capital have been been launched in Birmingham as part of £20m revamp

The Custard Factory

Creative Industry Finance scheme to support region's creative businesses

Official statistics show the creative industries are worth £71.4 billion per year to the UK economy

The Assay Office in Birmingham

Birmingham's Assay Office gets £70,000 grant to create digital archive

Its mark – an anchor – has already been struck on over 125 million articles in the first 14 years of the 21st century

Birmingham Royal Ballet's Aladdin

Birmingham Royal Ballet takes on new communications director

Ms Larson started in the role at BRB on August 11, 2014

Artist Tom Ellis with one of his creations

Curious Oddities finds recipe for success

Artist and sculptor Tom Ellis now counts Warwick Castle, cinemas and media companies among his clients

Deborah Fennell from Blythe Valley Park with Richard Grimes from Wireless Infrastructure Group

Wireless Infrastructure Group expands to larger Midland office

Wireless Infrastructure Group (WIG) develops, owns and manages communications infrastructure on a wholesale basis that can be used by multiple wireless operators at the same time

David Maclean, who runs Packt Publishing

Jewellery Quarter-based online publishing firm plans to double through 'Netflix route'

Packt Publishing, based in Livery Street in the Jewellery Quarter, plans to double in size in the next three years as part of a new strategy to tackle online piracy

Cleverycherry's new recruits (from left) Ryan Dakin, Josh Singh and Ammarah Iqbal

Clevercherry boosts Jewellery Quarter team

Creative agency hires latest recruits of in-house apprenticeship scheme

Tahreen Kutub and Michele Wilby (left and right), of Colmore Business District, with Lucie Sissons from Core

Colmore BID magazine goes to Core

PR and marketing agency wins brief to produce business district's quarterly magazine

Ex-BBC Trust chairman Sir Michael Lyons is on the board of Your TV which has confirmed it will bid again for the Birmingham local TV licence

Race on for local licence as City TV goes to wall

Previous bidders YourTV and Made Television have thrown their hats in the ring as Ofcom prepares to oversee new application process

Ed James and Matt Reynolds (left and right), of Ed James Group, with Rob Spittle, managing director - operations of automotive group Guest.

New client wins for Ed James Group

PR and marketing agency secures new briefs in education and automotive sectors

Creative England launches new £1m fund for innovative SMEs

Industry body is seeking creative and digital companies with ideas to help the healthcare sector

Debra Davis

City TV Birmingham investors set for shortfall after £195,000 debt

The company, the trading name of City TV, collapsed last week nearly two years after being granted the licence by Ofcom

Debra Davis

'Great regret' for City TV chief over station's failure

Debra Davies says company must look ahead as administrators battle to find solution to local TV licence farce

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Peaky Blinders creator to offer tips to budding Birmingham TV drama producers

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