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Wanted: your views on 5G in the West Midlands


West Midlands 5G (WM5G) is a new organisation set up to accelerate the benefits of 5G across our region. Through a short survey, WM5G is gathering the views of West Midlands business leaders to ensure its programme of activity is effective. Can you help?

Quality care #madeinsandwell: empowering people to achieve better outcomes


This Monday’s #madeinsandwell spotlight falls on Oldbury care provider Select Lifestyles, which provides services for adults with learning disabilities across the West Midlands.

Announcing #madeinsandwell March!


If you’re doing business in Sandwell, we want to hear about it – so we can tell the world.

Workwear #madeinsandwell: keeping the country’s workforce safe and smart


Our #madeinsandwell Monday spotlight this week falls on Oldbury firm Direct Corporate Clothing Plc (DCC).

Plans approved for Wolverhampton’s City Learning Quarter


City of Wolverhampton Council has given approval to plans to create a City Learning Quarter, which will bring educational and economic benefits to the whole region.

Europe’s most popular warehouse trucks are #madeinsandwell


This week’s #madeinsandwell Monday star is Narrow Aisle Ltd, a Tipton manufacturer that has been making specialist space-saving forklift trucks for over forty years.

Sandwell IT firm acquires new premises


What a great start to 2020 for Sandwell IT firm CSCM, which is celebrating the purchase of its new premises in Oldbury.

New year, new trade opportunities


The Midlands Engine is funding twelve places for Midlands-based businesses from the creative, design and tourism industries to join a trade mission to China.

Steel parts #madeinsandwell travel the world in style


This week, #madeinsandwell Monday is celebrating the sleek, precision-engineered steel curves which began life in Tividale and are now travelling the world on two luxury cruise liners.

Construction begins on £6m Sandwell medical centre


Work has begun on a new medical centre which will serve more than 15,000 patients in Sandwell.