The 20-year mission to make Birmingham into a more attractive place to do business and a better city for its inhabitants will be discussed at a summit next month.
The business community will review their vision for the future and what progress has been made since their last gathering.
Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Birmingham Forward, the CBI, the Engineering Employers' Federation and the IoD identified four priority action areas for the city when they met in November.
Ian Squires, immediate past president of the BCI and managing director of ITV Central, said: "We want to ensure that the views of the business community are followed through and the City Summit on March 7 will provide an ideal platform.
"Great progress is being made in shaping the business priorities for Birmingham and progressing the work started three months ago."
Mr Squires said the four priority areas identified by the business community were: To tackle the city's built environment; To create a co-ordinated strong business school offer for the city; To make Birmingham the city where businesses and individuals get wealthier faster and more often; To ensure the business community speak with one voice.