Employees from Mondelēz International in Bournville have spent a day creating an outdoor learning space at Dame Elizabeth Cadbury School. More than 40 employees from the HR team gave up […]
Birmingham Ormiston Academy (BOA) has announced that veteran actor Brian Cox is to become the patron of the revitalised Old Rep Theatre.
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group (BCMG) has been nominated for a prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) Music Award for its 2014 mass participation performance, Crowd Out.
Retail Birmingham, the Business Improvement District (BID) that represents over 1,000 city centre businesses, is calling on retailers to nominate their rising stars, talented teams and customer service gurus for the prestigious Retail Awards 2015.
Staff from thestudio in Birmingham donned their aprons and put their baking skills to the test on 30th March, to raise over £250 for Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice.
A group of young ladies studying engineering at King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls attended an interactive ‘Taste of Work’ session to learn the importance of engineering in a manufacturing environment.
The Mailbox has announced that its redeveloped retail space will open in phases from July culminating in a celebration event in September.
Millennium Point, the multi-purpose venue in the heart of Eastside district, has announced the appointment of its existing financial director as chief operating officer (COO).
A group of GCSE students from The ACE Academy in Tipton attended an interactive ‘Taste of Work’ session to learn more about the career options available in the food technology industry.
Michelin-starred chef Glynn Purnell and Masterchef judge Gregg Wallace are joining forces to serve up a live culinary experience in front of 400 guests at Aston Villa Football Club this autumn.
One talented student from St Alban’s Academy in Birmingham has been awarded the Millennium Point Young Innovator Prize – an initiative which has secured them a place on a sponsored undergraduate degree at Birmingham City University in the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment (CEBE).
There’s a brand new addition to Birmingham’s social scene, as the hotly anticipated new bar and restaurant, Gas Street Social, opened its doors at the Mailbox on 16th March.
Specialising in sharing and socialising, the exciting new venue serves up seasonal European food, alongside a range of drinks including international craft beers, fine wines and signature handcrafted cocktails.
Young people aged 14-19 from across Birmingham are being invited to explore career options and find out more about apprenticeships at the Careers and Apprenticeship Show at Millennium Point.
The world’s largest social club for young men is sharing its top tips on how to embrace happiness as International Day of Happiness approaches.
A group of young apprentices from Mondelēz International are gearing up for the Brathay Apprenticeship Challenge – a competition which aims to find the apprentice team of the year across the UK.
Crofts & Assinder, one of the UK’s premium handle and architectural fittings designers/producers based in Birmingham, has seen around a 40% rise in sales over the last three years, in part due to popularity from the overseas market.
Residents of Birmingham should prepare themselves for an evening of live animation and performance as the “UK’s most creatively curated film festival” returns to Millennium Point.
Crofts & Assinder, one of the UK’s premium handle and architectural fittings producers, is preparing to showcase its latest range of products this April at the professional trade show for the kitchen and accommodation industry, SADECC.
Freddo, Creme Egg, Caramel Bunny and Mr Cadbury’s Parrot will all be heading to Cadbury World this weekend, as its iconic Character Weekend returns.
One of the city’s most popular independent coffee shops, Six Eight Kafé, has officially opened its second outlet at Eastside’s Millennium Point.