BCRS has today released the April edition of its newsletter, which is now published on a monthly basis.
In this month’s issue, we begin by inviting our readers to the upcoming Black Country Diners’ Club (BCDC) networking event, which is taking place on Tuesday 28th April.
BCDC has been running for over 10 years and has consistently attracted a large number of leading business people from across the Midlands. This, along with a two-course lunch and an interesting speaking session about how we can ‘bridge the gap between the workplace and education’, means that BCDC is a must-attend event this April.
We also take a look at one of the many successful businesses that BCRS have had the pleasure of supporting, in one of our regular buy ativan online cheap spotlight articles. Foxley Garage, a family-run business based in Stoke on Trent, has gone from strength to strength after securing finance from BCRS.
In other news, we take a look at the exhibitions we have attended during the past month, how BCRS got on at the IoD Black Country Dinner and much much more.
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