OCTOBER 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 focus on Building the Black Country with a look at Infrastructure, Connectivity and The Green Economy.
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CONTENTS | INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
NEWS IN BRIEF
All the latest news, information and insights from the Black Country business community.
BLACK COUNTRY INTERNATIONAL
Meet the experts available to advise you in international trading.
TATTOOS AT WORK: SHOULD THEY BE ALLOWED?
In previous eras, tattoos were perceived to be the calling card of an outlaw or a sailor. Within the public eye, their presence on the skin of another person meant that trouble was close by.
MUM PUSHES FOR NEW VEHICLE SAFETY LAW
Black Country businesswoman, fire protection specialist and Chamber member, Claire Whetnall is campaigning for new vehicles to carry a safety kit by law to save lives after she witnessed a motorway crash.
WORCESTER UNIVERSITY TO LEAD ON DUDLEY UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT
Plans for a 'university park' in Dudley moved a step closer this month with the appointment of a Higher Education Institution to drive the project forward.
A WEIRD LIBERATION: THE TRUTH ABOUT MIDLIFE, MENOPAUSE AND BEARING THE BRUNT OF AGEISM AT WORK
The edgy, angry, upbeat reality of life as a woman in your 40s and 50s has long been hidden. Now a new wave of writers is telling all.
ACHIEVING A WORK/LIFE BALANCE
National Work Life Week took place earlier this month – and this year it was more important than ever as working from home has become the norm for millions across the UK.
Susheel Gupta, Head of Business Tax and Wealth Preservation at leading law firm Higgs & Sons, explains how owners of businesses can use the delay in the Budget to accelerate their exit and succession planning.