19 April –
On behalf of the Black Country Growth Hub you are cordially invited to the launch on Tuesday 19th April 2016 of a recently funded business support programme operating in the Black Country LEP area and an update on a project which is currently under appraisal.
Alan Yates, Black Country LEP representative, Regeneration Director from Accord Housing Group & Chairman of SHAP will present the opening address.
On funding and business support Michelle Mansell, Commercial Business Development Manager, Groundwork West Midlands will be outlining first-hand how her proposed project can provide energy efficiency advice and guidance as well as grants to eligible business in the Black Country.
In addition Glenn Barrowman will outline how the Built Environment Climate Change Innovations (BECCI) can also provide advice and guidance to the businesses behind future low carbon innovations and identify mechanisms where these products can be adopted within the industry. Moreover from industry Jonathan Astley, MD of Tweedale Architects will be explaining how he engaged with the BECCI project and how he has grown his business through these challenging economic times.
- 11:00 - Registration
- 11:15 - Welcome - The University of Wolverhampton
- 11:30 - Black Country LEP representation, Alan Yates (SHAP Chairman)
- 11:45 - Tweedale Architects, case study, Jonathan Astley
- 12:00 - BECCI story and future plans, Glenn Barrowman
- 12:30 - Buffet networking lunch available with mini exhibit of business support organisations within the Black Country LEP
- 14:00 - Estimated close
Registration : Glenn Barrowman firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01902 518502
Venue: Wolverhampton Business Solutions Centre, Development Centre, Glaisher Drive, Wolverhampton WV10 9RT
You can register to attend here