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Businesses invited to join growth programme

Businesses invited to join growth programme

25th October 2018

City of Wolverhampton Council are looking for 15 Wolverhampton based companies to join the final cohort of the Black Country AIM Programme. Companies joining the programme will begin with a Business Review leading to a series of workshops and one to one sessions of specialist advice and support in the final quarter of this year.

The programme is open to most companies that have been trading for more than a year, employ less than 250 staff and have a turnover below £50m.

Seventy-five companies have already completed the programme, and those interested in joining the final cohort should email business.development@wolverhampton.gov.uk to register their interest.

Historic Niphon Works project delivers for apprentices

Historic Niphon Works project delivers for apprentices

23rd October 2018

A historic factory that helped put Wolverhampton on the industrial map is delivering construction apprenticeship opportunities for city residents as it is transformed into homes. Developer Hamilton James Construction Ltd has recently taken on five apprentices to learn their trade on the former Niphon Works development at Lower Villiers Street in Blakenhall. Read more...

Milestone hit in bid for Learning City Award status

Milestone hit in bid for Learning City Award status

17th October 2018

City of Wolverhampton has hit a major milestone in a bid to become an international learning region. It has been officially accepted into the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities, which aims to support and accelerate lifelong learning, and makes an important contribution towards achieving sustainable development goals. Read more...

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