The city’s annual Business Programme runs from Wednesday, September 18 until Wednesday 2 October. Sponsored and supported by local businesses and partners, it offers events, workshops and training to help businesses to start, grow and succeed.
There is something of interest for all businesses whatever their type and size, from supply chain opportunities, international trading support and start-up help. Details are available at www.investwolverhampton.com.
John Wood DL, Director of Liberty Industries Group Ltd and Chair of the city’s Economic Growth Board, said: “As a business leader in the city I am pleased to play my part in shaping this annual programme of support, to help ensure businesses are geared up for continued success.”
Businesses are urged to register to take advantage of these free events as places are in high demand.
Book a seat at the Business Breakfast – the most important business conference of the year on Thursday, September 26, or find out how digitalisation can innovate business over dinner on Tuesday, October 1. Anyone thinking of setting up a business can hear from expert guest speakers at the business health, wealth and trading on eBay event on Tuesday, September 24. There is an opportunity for businesses to talk directly to top companies about forthcoming tender and contract opportunities at the Meet the Buyer event on Monday, September 30.
Businesses can update and enhance their exporting skills at an international trade event on Tuesday 1 October, and for those who are responsible for fire safety in the business, a fire safety workshop is taking place on Wednesday September 25.
Councillor Harman Banger, City of Wolverhampton Council Cabinet Member for City Economy, said: “The council is proud to co-ordinate the city’s sixth annual business programme, which is a first-class example of strong partnership working to support the local economy. It demonstrates our commitment to supporting business growth.
“I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to this year’s programme.
“Our pro-business attitude continues to attract new investment and secure business expansion, which together are generating thousands of jobs.”