DECEMBER 2020: DIGITAL EDITION
Welcome inside the interactive, digital version of PROSPER Magazine!
As the region's longest-running business publication, PROSPER brings you news, views, insights and information from the Black Country and beyond and is read by key business leaders.
During 2020, we will be releasing a special digital edition every month to ensure readers are provided with the very latest news, information and insights.
In this edition, we Celebrate Black Country Businesses.
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CONTENTS | INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
LOOKING BACK OVER 2020 AND TOWARDS A NEW YEAR
Professor Alex de Ruyter, Director, Centre for Brexit Studies, Birmingham City University gives his views on the last twelve months and what he believes 2021 has in store.
GENDER EQUALITY - THIS ONE THING IS DRIVING A MASSIVE UPTAKE IN FEMALE SENIOR LEADERS
When it comes to gender diversity within senior positions, women are still massively under-represented within top-ranking positions.
Making sure vocational learning remains a clear priority for local employers was one of a number of challenges In-Comm Training had to overcome in what has been a year like no other.
UNIVERSITY LEADS THE WAY IN DEGREE APPRENTICESHIPS
The University of Wolverhampton is celebrating four years of providing Degree Apprenticeships, helping to plug skills gaps in key industry sectors across the region and further afield.
HELP ACORNS SHINE OVER LOCAL CHILDREN LIKE AIMEE
A charity dedicated to helping families with life limited children make magical memories to treasure forever is calling for the public’s help to make this Christmas a special one.
BUSINESS VOICES: DIRECTOR ID CHECKS
Richard Freeman, a Paralegal at Higgs & Sons, outlines the implications of what has been dubbed one of the biggest changes to the company registration process in more than 200 years for businesses and directors across the region.