For this week’s #madeinsandwell Monday we share with you a new magazine from Sandwell Council. Insite updates you on regeneration and growth activity in our borough, alerting you to potential opportunities for your business. Read it here.
Sandwell Libraries Literature Festival opens on Saturday 14 March with a mix of author talks, history fayres, live music and theatre. The festival will run until Saturday 28 March at various venues across the borough.
When it comes to location, businesses can’t beat Sandwell as the place to be! Companies in the know include specialist bed retailer Dreams, which has just leased two of the final three units at the Granada Trading Estate in Oldbury. The estate is now full.
A brand new primary school in Smethwick is on track for completion this summer. It will be the first new primary school to open in Sandwell in 40 years.
We know coronavirus is a real worry and we want to ensure you have access to the latest information from credible sources.
Education service provider SIPS is committed to enriching young people’s learning and wellbeing. The not-for-profit organisation provides Sandwell schools with cost-effective services designed to meet operational needs.
“We need to challenge when inequalities exist”: Sandwell business leaders talk about their experiences for International Women’s Day
For this year’s International Women’s Day, three business leaders in Sandwell have revealed the barriers they faced as women in the workplace, and how they overcame them.
A large warehouse unit in Cradley Heath is coming to the market but businesses interested in the site need to move quickly as it won’t hang around for long!
As you may know, work has resumed on the stalled Midland Metropolitan Hospital following the government’s approval last October of £350m of public funding to complete the project. The hospital also has a new name, which was unveiled at a recent celebration ceremony.
This week we throw our #madeinsandwell Monday spotlight on a West Bromwich engineering company with roots that go back to 1857.