South Birmingham may benefit from congestion charge

April 23, 2018 by  

A proposed congestion charge could lead to an upgrade for south Birmingham’s transport system.

The potential congestion charge would be imposed on the [Read more]

Midlands-based PR firm expands

March 26, 2018 by  

Story Comms, a Midlands-based PR company, has recently enjoyed growth as it expands in terms of employee and client recruitment.

Story Comms is on the ascendency as it has just [Read more]

South Birmingham benefits from overseas investment

February 22, 2018 by  

Much of south Birmingham is gaining economic momentum from international investment.

The city region of Greater Birmingham recently received recognition for [Read more]

New building project in south Birmingham evolves

January 22, 2018 by  

Work on a £50 million building scheme within south Birmingham has continued.

The apartments will be located on the site of a defunct ice rink. The Silver Blades complex is situated on [Read more]

Birmingham drama inspires new drinks

December 27, 2017 by  

The popular Birmingham-based drama Peaky Blinders has led to the production of new craft spirits.

Consumers now have the chance to sample exciting brands of [Read more]

South Birmingham PR agency gains recognition

November 25, 2017 by  

WPR, which is based in south Birmingham, has triumphed at a regional awards ceremony.

Located within Edgbaston, WPR outperformed the competition at the Midlands PRide Awards (MPA). The Chartered Institute of Public Relations hosted the ceremony. Newsletter printing from south Birmingham may be used by companies that want to record their achievements.

WPR has grown by almost 50% during the course of the last three years. Jane Ainsworth, WPR’s managing director, told the Birmingham Post:

“In an industry that is often perceived as London-centric, it’s heartening to see that Midlands and Birmingham PR firms are consistently delivering high-impact campaigns for some of Britain’s best-known brands. With major organisations relocating to Birmingham, I can only see this trend continuing.”

WPR received gold awards in several categories as a result of its efforts. It was praised for its corporate strategy and was singled out for its healthcare campaign and for its handling of media relations. Meanwhile, it won silver for a STEM campaign.

Other Birmingham-based agencies did well at the awards. In particular, the achievements of One Black Bear (OBB) and Story Comms were recognised. Story Comms is located within the city centre, while OBB is based at Digbeth.

The founder of Story Comms, managing director Amanda Lowe, was enthusiastic about the recognition received by the organisation. She expressed her faith in the region and underlined her passion for communications.

Birmingham firm wins meal with Branson

October 17, 2017 by  

A start-up from Birmingham recently won a meeting with Sir Richard Branson.

Project Jackfruit specialises in creating cooking sauces. It makes savoury concoctions, some of which are vegan. By taking part in a [Read more]

Birmingham marathon to feature record attempt

September 20, 2017 by  

A record will be attempted at the upcoming Birmingham International Marathon.

Steve Edwards is taking on one of the more physically challenging and outlandish world records. He wants to have the [Read more]

Plans for Birmingham Post Business Awards evolve

August 22, 2017 by  

Preparations for the Birmingham Post Business Awards (BPBA) continued at a networking event.

The networking breakfast for the BPBA took place in the [Read more]

Property developer gets headquarters in Birmingham

July 20, 2017 by  

Henry Davidson Developments (HDD) is set to relocate to Birmingham for commercial reasons.

Established in 1992, the organisation focuses on retail-led and residential initiatives and has been [Read more]

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