Business of the month

Business of the Month - May 2017 - iHub

iHub is Downtown Birmingham's Business of the Month for May. With excellent transport links to their Birmingham office, a variety of flexible workspaces available, a price match guarantee on meeting rooms and value for money all round, they have a portfolio that’s designed to fit your needs. Each of their offices are serviced with a…

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What should the mayor do for us?

Power Panel: What should the mayor do for us? An exclusive Roundtable Power panel debating the key issues that leading Downtown members believe should be a priority for the new regional mayor. How will the new head honcho drive economic growth and support the city's entrepreneurs and business owners? Can…

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Brexit one year on: Are we ready for life outside the EU?

​Negotiations to secure the UKs exit from the EU are underway. How are those discussions progressing; what is the government's strategy; and how has the Brexit decision impacted on Birmingham's business community? Leading supporters from the 'Remain' and 'Leave' campaigns reflect on an issue that has dominated political debate in…

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Birmingham: in praise of the spirit of Manchester

This week, the country’s two leading provincial cities stood strongly together in the aftermath of the horrific terrorist atrocity in Manchester late on Monday evening. Birmingham’s political and business communities offered sympathy, praise and support to counterparts in Manchester as they came to terms with the shock of 22 deaths and scores of injuries at […]

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‘Weak and wobbly’ – But May still on course for victory

Inevitably and rightly the political debate and discussion that has been running through the Spring and the regional mayoral elections; through to the snap General Election called by Theresa May, has been suspended for the past few days. Campaigning resumes today, but with the poll now just two and a bit weeks away, the tragedy […]

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Magnificent Manchester

Tony speaks for the city Not for the first time a Tony speaks for Manchester. Ten years ago, it was the late Tony Wilson who could express the character of this kind, gritty city. On Tuesday it was poet Tony Walsh. His composition “This Is The Place” read out to a huge crowd in sunny […]

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