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Spottydog Communications wins consultancy of the year at the 2015 Midlands CIPR PRide Awards

Spottydog and Willoughby win at CIPR Awards

Jewellery Quarter agency named outstanding consultancy and takes home two more prizes at annual celebration

Resorts World at the NEC

Birmingham scoops major radio 'hall of fame' celebration

The prestigious Arqiva Hall of Fame Lunch is moving from the Savoy Hotel to the new Resorts World complex

Fiona Allan, chief executive of Birmingham Hippodrome

New Hippodrome boss vows to battle for culture in Birmingham

Fiona Allan fears the city is underselling itself as she reveals vision to increase audiences

Inside the on course mobile BBC studio

Not a single mention for Midlands in BBC charter renewal plan

The BBC has come under fire after a lengthy document outlining plans for its ten-year charter failed to mention Birmingham once

From left: NatWest regional enterprise manager Andy Lee, Ontario Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade Michael Chan, Innovation Birmingham chief executive David Hardman and Ryerson University president Sheldon Levy

Innovation Birmingham Campus launches Canadian partnership

Tech campus working with NatWest and Ryerson University in Toronto to find the next generation of companies for international partnership

Company of the Year - Fracino

Fracino brewing success with Company of the Year award

Manufacturer of coffee machines launched in the 1960s takes home top prize and export gong at 2015 Birmingham Post Business Awards

Lord Chancellor Chris Grayling and Deputy Leader Tom Watson

Truth behind Freedom of Information overhaul exposed, claims Tom Watson

Government wants to prevent journalists using Act as 'research tool' as Tory MP Chris Grayling accuses journalists of misuing the legislation to generate stories

Resorts World at the NEC

Hall of Fame event heads to Resorts World Birmingham

The event, put on by the Radio Academy for the heads of the industry, is moving from the Savoy Hotel, and will be held in the region

Laura Patricia Jones, Droplet ambassador in Birmingham, with Droplet co-founder Steffan Aquarone

Droplet eyes UK market with new nationwide launch

Payment app founded in Birmingham four years ago sources £575,000 via crowd funding to support major rollout

Head of BBC Birmingham Joe Godwin at The Mailbox

BBC under fire ahead of director-general's Birmingham visit

Tony Hall is in the city today to laud the corporation's presence here but Birmingham MP demands more investment in the Midlands

Penny Thorp has joined the Birmingham office of PR group Grayling

PR agency Grayling expands Birmingham team

New account manager joins city centre-based practice to work on business clients such as Marks & Spencer and Carillion

Jason MacKenzie from Liquid has been elected president of the CIPR

Liquid PR chief wins presidential vote

Head of Birmingham PR agency has been chosen to lead trade body the Chartered Institute of Public Relations in 2017

The Daden team which has secured new funding

Innovate UK backs Birmingham virtual reality firm with new funding

Innovation Birmingham Campus-based Daden secures £230,000 to support the rollout of its programme which aims to prepare students for field trips

Alexej Gerassimez who is joining Birmingham Conservatoire later this month

Global percussion star joins Birmingham Conservatoire

Alexej Gerassimez to teach students at Birmingham City University facility later this month following relocation from Berlin

Brian Yuzna

Director Brian Yuzna plans Birmingham film academy

Renowned horror specialist who also co-wrote Honey, I Shrunk the Kids says the academy will help teach the next generation of film makers in the city

Photographer, film producer and businessman, David Wilkins.

Tributes to the Midland photographer who partied with 60s rock royalty

Tributes have been paid to Midland photographer, David Wilkins, who has died at the age of 70.

Chris Sutton, director and auctioneer at Aston's, with the extremely rare Elvis acetate

Rare Elvis acetate found in the Black Country could fetch £12,000

An incredibly rare Elvis Presley recording has surfaced in the Black Country and could fetch £12,000 at auction

Retail BID, which counts John Lewis among its members, is launching a new magazine with the help of Edwin Ellis Creative Media

Birmingham business improvement district to launch magazine

New city PR and communications Edwin Ellis Creative Media wins brief to publish magazine for Retail BID

Katherine Fuller and Catherine Shelley (front centre), both from Innovation Birmingham Campus, with the Low Carbon Accelerator start-up companies and entrepreneurs in residence

Seven Birmingham green tech companies share £70k in new funding

Group will use fresh injection of capital to continue developing low carbon businesses and accelerate launch of products to market

Some of the Birmingham Post stories obtained using the FoI Act

Birmingham Post backs campaign to keep Freedom of Information Act free

MPs warn against watering down of act which was brought in 15 years ago to give the public greater access to vital information from public bodies

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Jaguar Land Rover's Engine Manufacturing Centre at i54

Jobs boost as Jaguar Land Rover doubles size of engine plant

Mark Burnett, Mike Richardson, Quantem; Paul Judd.

Quantem celebrate first anniversary

Car maker Aston Martin could be on the move across the West Midlands

Aston Martin 'considering Sutton Coldfield green belt' for new factory

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