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Ben Truslove, director with property consultancy John Truslove

Manufacturer expands into Black Country

Ricor takes new space to build assembly cells for Jaguar Land Rover supply chain

Escape Live collects the Business Start Up Award at the 2015 Birmingham Post Business Awards

Escape Live on the up after Birmingham Post Business Awards win

New franchises and a possible nationwide launch are on the cards for Jewellery Quarter escape experience firm founded just 16 months ago following win at BPBA 2015

Adrian Haller, managing director of Bruderer UK (left), with Paul McGuinness, operations director at Harwin

Bruderer secures £500k order at NEC conference

Birmingham manufacturer signs deal to supply second high-speed precision stamping press to electronics firm

£20m backing as Midland universities blaze 'cold power' trail

Projects will involve examining the use of novel materials and methods for storage, efficient insulation materials and manufacturing processes

It's time again to enter the Birmingham Post Business Awards

Birmingham Post Business Awards 2016 launches

Time to nominate the best in business for BPBA 2016

This 1953 DB3S could sell for around £7m later this month

Aston Martin driven by Sir Stirling Moss expected to fetch £7m

1953 DB3S will be the star attraction at the 17th annual auction run by Bonhams later this month

Seven suitors are in the running to acquire Tata Steel UK

Seven bidders in the running for Tata Steel UK

Group said to include Liberty House and a management team as Indian conglomerate continues battle to offload beleaguered UK arm

The site of the HS2 College in Birmingham shown from Google Maps

Flythrough video reveals future for Birmingham's HS2 College

The video shows the new college which will train thousands of youngsters in engineering and is on track to open its doors to students in September 2017

Jaguar Land Rover has vowed to recruit 1,000 ex-service staff

Jaguar Land Rover vows to recruit 1,000 ex-service personnel

News coincides with start of Invictus Games and comes as the Midlands car maker announces record-breaking sales in April

LG Harris has been acquired in a £55m deal

Historic paintbrush firm LG Harris acquired in £55m deal

Family-run Worcestershire group which was founded in the 1920s has been bought by Norwegian consumer products giant Orkla

Liberty House has confirmed it will bid to buy Tata Steel's UK assets

Liberty House confirms bid for Tata Steel UK assets

Investment group which rescued Caparo last year is now planning to attempt a deal for Tata's UK arm

Robots at work at a Jaguar Land Rover factory

Brexit threatens Jaguar Land Rover's tie to Birmingham, MP warns

Former Home Secretary says the car giant might face a 14 per cent tariff to export to the European Union within a matter of two years if the UK was to leave

CGI of FANUC UK's new home

Robot specialist FANUC finds new home in £20m project

UK arm of global group will create 20 new jobs when it moves to a brand new home on Ansty Park

Glastonbury revellers to enjoy pints from Birmingham-made steel cups

Hockley-based APS Metal Pressings will supply 200,000 reusable pint pots crafted from British stainless steel to famous arts and music festival

Eighty jobs lost at Froude Hofmann

Administrators appointed at historic engineering firm as the hunt starts in earnest to find a rescue deal for the Worcester-based business

Robots at work at a Jaguar Land Rover factory

Astonishing 300,000 West Midlands jobs at threat from robots of the future

Oxford University academics study looks at types of jobs likely to be automated in years to come

Professor Jason Gardosi (centre) founder of The Perinatal Institute with his team

Birmingham's Perinatal Institute wins Queen's Awards for Enterprise

Health body is among 25 companies from across the West Midlands which have been recognised in the annual list of business excellence

British Gas

Watch: David Cameron vows to help 700 British Gas workers threatened by job losses

Prime Minister says there will be help for Black Country workers who could lose their jobs.

Jobs shed as historic manufacturer set for administration

Froude Hofmann says it has experienced a period of significant losses as it readies itself for administration while the hunt is launched to find a buyer

Warwickshire chief executive Neil Snowball and Marston's chief executive Ralph Findlay celebrate the brewery's sponsorship extension

Warwickshire CCC drinks to Marston's partnership

Historic Black Country brewery extends long-standing relationship with cricket club and will support development of a stadium bar

Videos & Photos

David Grindrod, Dave Edwards and Dr Mark Swift

Angels of investment gather at the University of Warwick

Steven Jelfs, Fusion Building Consultancy; Nick Jones, Ashfield Land; Tim Blairs, Antringham Developments

Fusion hosts drinks reception to celebrate another successful year

Anger as Birmingham Metro extension built at rate of 32 inches a day

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