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Business Growth Programme – Grant Funding to help your Business Grow

Round 9 of the Business Growth Programme is now open for applications If you are an SME based in Greater Birmingham, Solihull, Stoke, Staffordshire or the Marches, funding is available for: Green Bridge Supply chain programme  – Capital & Revenue Grants from £20000-£150000 f
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Building on a New Industrial Strategy Consultation

The Government has published a Green Paper setting out its thinking on a new industrial strategy which recognises the importance of the low carbon economy and is consulting on the plan.  The consultation can be found here  and closes on 17th April 2017 at 11.45pm
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MEBC Business Awards shortlisted candidates

Mobility 2025 Workshop & MEBC Business Awards Friday 17 February 2017, 1000 – 1430h in the Banqueting Suite of Birmingham Council House. List below our shortlisted candidates: Innovation: TRS, Waterfit, Endotherm Construction: Encraft, QSustain, V&H Architects Training :
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The Local Innovation Landscape – Innovate UK event

Innovate UK is working closely with regional partners to support economic growth and increase productivity through innovation.  To do this, they are running an event on Thursday 19 January to help promote their work locally and to ascertain how partners can get involved.  This event i
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Transforming products and services: apply for business funding

Business can apply for a share of £15 million to support development of new products and services in any technology or industrial area. Innovate UK has up to £15 million to support the best business-led and innovative ideas for new products, processes and services. Ideas can come from
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Mobility 2025 speaker updates

Mobility 2025 is one of a series of workshops to be held across the UK to explore transport in the sustainable cities of the future. Efficient and affordable transport systems are important to the whole community and particularly to business, and vital to the West Midlands as it exten
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