Just two weeks left to submit Black Country Business Festival events

02nd Aug

Businesses who would like to host an event at the Black Country Business Festival are being urged to hurry as the application process closes soon.

The 2021 BCBF is taking place from October 4-15. Between 50 and 100 events are expected to form part of the programme, covering a wide range of topics and themes from inclusivity and innovation to business growth and regeneration.

Events can be digital, physical or hybrid and the festival is anticipated to put the strengths of the region in the spotlight on a national level.

To be part of the festival, businesses need to apply to run an event and the programme is already starting to fill up.

Sustainability West Midlands is running an event on the net-zero carbon pledge. The aim is to encourage businesses to demonstrate their commitment to carbon reduction and learn what steps to take.

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise will also be sharing how achieving an award can bring many benefits to a business.

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

Martin Dudley, CEO of the Thomas Dudley Group (left), said: “There are lots of new and exciting opportunities coming up for the Black Country, so it is essential that businesses are prepared for these.

“The BCBF is a great opportunity for businesses to learn, adapt and grow so that they can take full advantage of all opportunities that come their way.

“Hosting an event in the festival helps the whole business community to grow and collaborate, which ultimately attracts more businesses and investment to the region and helps the economy to thrive.”

Applications are already open and can be submitted through the website: blackcountrybusinessfestival.com/eventapplications

The deadline to apply is Friday, August 13, at 5pm.

BusinessWorks Wocestershire & Black Country spring 2022 | BusinessWorks Magazine

Features from the latest print magazine, Spring 2022

  • Helen Groves shares food safety recipe tips with Jon Griffin
  • Keiron Perry discusses family genes and building a business
  • Suzanne Lee shares 470 years of legal history
  • Kit Barber tells Jon Griffin why he is no autocrat
  • PLUS: opinion from ‘The Warrior’, lifestyle, motoring and more…