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With organisations responding to the Covid-19 pandemic and the Government mandating home working where possible, the number of people working from home has rapidly increased - many for the first time. As a result, many companies are finding it challenging to manage their workforce. During this episode, Chamber press and PR assistant Jess Brookes ch…
 
In the third instalment of the Growth Through People 2020 podcast mini-series, press and PR assistant at the Chamber, Jess Brookes, talks to Professor Gina Rippon about plastic brains. This podcast will focus on The Potential of our Plastic Brains, discussing, in particular, Gina's insights on unlocking potential, the idea of the gendered brain and…
 
Our latest Birmingham Economic Review podcast focuses on how Birmingham is making inclusive economic growth happen. Dan Harrison and Emily Stubbs from the Chamber are joined by Dr Tasos Kitsos (Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham’s Department of Strategy and International Business) and Johnny Shah (head of Trust Charity at Sandwell and …
 
Mark Jones from Arup and the University of Birmingham's Professor John Bryson discuss how Birmingham is connecting communities with opportunities through transport, connectivity and environmental sustainability. This episode is part of our 2019 Birmingham Economic Review mini-series.By Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce
 
Chamber chief executive Paul Faulkner and director of policy Henrietta Brealey are joined by University of Birmingham's Professor Simon Collinson to discuss themes arising from the 2019 Birmingham Economic Review. Talking points include Birmingham's economic growth, the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead and the strength of the city-region…
 
To coincide with Baby Loss Awareness Week, we are joined by members of the Birmingham Women’s Hospital team to discuss the support given to families going through the traumatic experience of baby loss. Bereavement midwife Alison Rea discusses the current care and processes at Birmingham Women’s Hospital, while corporate strategic partnerships manag…
 
Birmingham City Council's cabinet member for Transport and the Environment joins us to discuss how the city is gearing up for the introduction of a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) in July 2020. Councillor Waseem Zaffar talks to Chamber chief executive Paul Faulkner and press & PR manager Dan Harrison about the zone's implementation, the potential impact on bu…
 
Western Union's head of partnerships Christina Wadlow and the Chamber's Henrietta Brealey discuss the global economy and how businesses can adapt to changes on the horizon. This podcast is part of our Raise the BAR campaign, which focuses on business adaptability and resilience.By Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce
 
Former Birmingham Chamber president Paul Bassi talks about his new book 'Brick by Brick: Success in Business and Life'. He joins Chamber chief executive Paul Faulkner to discuss lessons from his illustrious business career and why he chose to document his stories and experiences in print.By Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce
 
The managing director of Reach PLC - which publishes the Birmingham Mail and Birmingham Post - joins us to discuss the launch of Business Live, a new website providing business news from across the UK. Marc Reeves talks to Chamber chief executive Paul Faulkner about the new website and the changing face of the media industry.…
 
In part one of our big interview with Andy Street, the West Midlands mayor addresses the future of the high street. Mr Street talks to Chamber chief executive Paul Faulkner about what can be done to give the retail sector a much-needed shot in the arm following its recent struggles.By Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce
 
Our latest Growth Through People 2019 podcast focuses on unlocking potential. Anne Clews of Curium Solutions and Tru Powell from Aston Performing Arts Academy join Dan Harrison from the Chamber to discuss ways in which businesses can unlock the potential of their talented employees.By Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce
 
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