Rebooting the region with Black Country 2.0

The Black Country Chamber of Commerce (BCCC) is launching a campaign to boost economic recovery in the region. ‘Black Country 2.0’ is a response to the challenges brought about by the coronavirus pandemic and Brexit, and will frame all the Chamber’s activity and support services over the coming months.

The campaign is designed to provide expert analysis and relevant information as we emerge from the health crisis. It will underline the importance of cooperation and innovation across all sectors, and actively demonstrate that the Black Country is very much open for business.

The Chamber has partnered with other businesses and organisations to deliver the plan, including the Department for International Trade, patent and trade attorney firm Forresters, IT specialists EBC Group, FX experts Moneycorp and legal firm FBC Manby Bowdler.

To learn about the Chamber’s plans to help the Black Country reboot, rebuild and rebound, attend the online launch event for Black Country 2.0 at 3pm today (Thursday 25 February) – you can book your place here.


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