Wolverhampton is at the heart of the UK’s high speed rail (HS2) and motorway networks with air travel easily accessible just 25 miles away.
It’s a gateway between the historic Black Country and the beautiful countryside of Shropshire and Staffordshire, and also only 17 miles from the city of Birmingham.
The city's new transport interchange - bringing rail, road, bus and metro together into one integrated transport hub - is on course for completion Spring 2019 and will enhance the city's offer as a competitive and accessible investment destination.
But the City of Wolverhampton’s excellent air and ground transport links are only part of the story.
Wolverhampton recognises the benefits that superfast broadband can bring to business.
Already, 93% of the city’s population - some 236,400 people - has access to superfast broadband. However, we’re going even further.
Wolverhampton and it's Black Country neighbours have been awarded £12.2 million from Broadband Delivery UK, BT and the Black Country LEP's Growing Places Fund to extend high-speed fibre broadband to 98% of homes and businesses.