Colmore BID is delighted to announce that it has been appointed to support Lawrence Barton, the Night-Time Economy (NTE) Champion for Birmingham, who has been tasked with advocating on behalf of businesses operating late at night.
Birmingham’s Colmore BID has launched a free upskilling programme to teach businesses and individuals life-saving personal safety skills.
The much-loved Colmore Food Festival is making a return to Birmingham for its 10th anniversary in July 2023.
New Co-Chairs will lead representation and evolution of the BID sector, which has contributed over £1bn of investment to places since 2005.
The BID Foundation – the professional body for Business Improvement Districts in the UK – has appointed new Co-Chairs who will lead the evolution of the industry and its contribution to successful places.
The award-winning Christmas in Cathedral Square event is returning to Birmingham for the second year running.
Colmore Business District has launched a Call for Evidence as part of The Future Business District, a unique study to inform its response to long term recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Colmore Business Improvement District is leading a unique study on The Future Business District to inform its response to long term recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic and to offer policy directions on best practice for this and other central business districts in the UK.
As high streets prepare to re-open from June 15 as part of the government’s plans to ease the country out of lockdown, Colmore BID has launched a programme of debates discussing key topics influencing Birmingham’s Covid-19 recovery plan.
As the countrywide lockdown continues to impact on the population’s mental wellbeing, Business Improvement District, Colmore BID has announced a programme of free online events for Mental Health Awareness Week, 18-24 May, 2020