BLACK COUNTRY PROSPER MAGAZINE

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PROSPER MAGAZINE: ISSUE 02 | BUSINESS IS DONE BETTER TOGETHER

CHAMBER DELIVERS SERIES OF BEIS ‘GET READY FOR BREXIT' EVENTS

Throughout October, the Black Country Chamber hosted a series of Brexit Readiness events in partnership with the Department for Business, Energy and the Industrial Strategy (BEIS) delivered across all areas of the Black Country. 

Delegates heard from a range of guest speakers on crucial Brexit-related business policy issues and the important steps they need to think about to get ready for Brexit. Across the four weeks, the events covered topics such as the Home Office Settlement Scheme, Regulatory Divergence, Compliance and Contracts, Customs Procedures, GDPR and Data Protection and Intellectual Property. Following the presentations from our experts, delegates were then invited to 1-1 conversations and could take the opportunity of asking any specific questions for their business.

A HUGELY SUCCESSFUL COMMONWEALTH GAMES EVENT IN WEDNESFIELD

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT GURPREET BOPARAI | 01902 912326

The most recent Commonwealth Games event hosted by GTG Training was a huge success. 

The event saw guest talks from Chris Jones, Project Director for the Sandwell Aquatics Centre and Viren Ghandi, Head of Procurement for the Birmingham 2022 games. The Commonwealth Games are generating a real buzz for businesses in the Black Country with delegates expressing a desire to get involved. We welcomed Paul Long from Find it in the Black Country to discuss procurement opportunities for the games and also Klick Business Solutions to assist businesses as they look to become involved with the opportunities the games bring.

NEW NETWORKING CLUBS CREATE MORE WAYS FOR BUSINESS TO CONNECT

ADRIAN BAILEY MP VISITS LORD COMBUSTION

In August 2019, Adrian Bailey, retiring MP for West Bromwich West, visited Sandwell based Lord Combustion Services, a member of the Chamber’s Platinum Group.

On the day discussions focused on their recent economic growth and the company’s forecasts for the future all followed by a tour of their newly refurbished office space. Chamber Members can find out more about our engagement with local parliamentarians by contacting us directly.

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