Fifteen Midlands firms look set to land a share of an annual marketing budget of £3 million.
The regional operations are among 26 companies which have landed a place on a lineup chosen by development agency Advantage West Midlands.
The marketing services panel, which is reviewed every four years, aims to allow the regional development agency to access services at competitive prices quickly - without the need to tender for individual projects.
Contracts for the panel, which was advertised in the Official Journal of the European Union in April, run from November 1 until November 1, 2009.
AWM says the tender was "extremely competitive" with over 200 companies submitting expressions of interest and over 100 submitting tenders.
The tender panel will be engaged in both regional and corporate marketing work and AWM's overall annual budget for both is £3 million, a spokesman said.
The successful operations do not receive retainers.
Jagi Sangha, head of marketing said: "I am delighted that we managed to recruit such a high calibre of companies to the panel and that so many of them are based here in the West Midlands."
Projects they will be involved with include AWM's marketing the region campaign and the annual MIPIM property conference.
A spokesman for AWM said the agency had embarked on a major marketing campaign to raise the profile of the West Midlands region as place to live, work and study.
It is also behind a group of West Midlands Ambassadors - made up of high profile local people from business, politics, sport, and the media - to represent the region. AWM is a non-departmental public body accountable to the Department of Trade and Industry.