The Group Chair and chief executive of Downtown in Business Frank McKenna hosted a major investment and regeneration forum in Wolverhampton recently.
Over 200 business leaders from the city attended the event which was held at Molyneux football stadium. Among the speakers were the Leader of the City of Wolverhampton Council Stephen Simkins, the chief executive of Capital & Centric Tim Heatley, the Managing Director of Muse West Midlands Maggie Grogan, and the Vice Chancellor of Wolverhampton University Professor Ebrahim Adia.
The event outlined a range of regeneration projects that are taking place in the city, outlined the local authority’s vision for the future, and discussed the collaboration and partnership work of the public, private, and academic sectors.
View the gallery from the event HERE.