Today’s #madeinsandwell Monday spotlight is on Caroline Jariwala, the acclaimed international artist behind Mango Mosaics in Bearwood. We caught up with Caroline and found out what she created in lockdown . . .
Create Central has been awarded £2m funding to help boost the film, TV and games sector in the West Midlands.
The latest figures published by the Government show Sandwell is in the top 40 nationally – 39th out of 314 councils – for the total number of grants paid to businesses.
A Sandwell specialist glass manufacturer is helping in the battle against Covid-19 by producing social distancing screens for retailers across the UK and Europe.
The success of Tipton’s AK Valves is particularly impressive as the company has only been trading since January 2019.
The government has announced that more shops can open from Monday (15 June) and Sandwell Council is putting together a package of guidance and support to help local businesses and shoppers stay safe.
A Sandwell pipe-forming manufacturer has received a £10,500 investment boost to help finance new machinery and capitalise on emerging market development opportunities.
The new Black Country Business Festival (BCBF) dates of Monday 5 to Thursday 15 October are proving to be popular with Black Country businesses, with the fortnight filling up with new and existing events.
Councillor Jackie Taylor has led tributes from Sandwell councillors in support of the Black Lives Matter movement against racism – and Think Sandwell adds its voice to call for an end to social, structural and institutional racism.
Learn how Sandwell telecoms provider @Midshire is providing remote working solutions across the UK
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