Metro Business Partnership (MBP)
The Metro Business Partnership was formed in 2003 as a self-help SME group. It presently has a board of 6 Directors who are all SMEs with businesses in and around the Wolverhampton area. The MBP has, over the last ten years, been successfully instrumental in delivering information and support to local businesses regarding new legislation and grants for businesses.
Wolverhampton City Council officers hold a surgery at each of the quarterly meetings for any businesses who require a face to face meeting with a council officer. Each quarterly meeting enables businesses to network and take part in discussions regarding business to business opportunities with those who attend.
- To enquire about membership email Sandra Cooper on firstname.lastname@example.org
- Visit the Metro Business Partnership (MBP) website for more information
Wolverhampton Black Business Network (WBBN)
The WBBN is a group of black business owners whose objective is to bring together black business owners within Wolverhampton.
WBBN is a forum representing a cross section of Wolverhampton business community, particularly SMEs. The Aim of the forum is to educate and inform.
- To enquire about membership email Mr Sam Duru at email@example.com
Wolverhampton Women's Business Forum
The Wolverhampton Women's Business Forum held its first meeting in June 2013, the primary aim being supporting women to succeed. The group meet bi-monthly to give Wolverhampton business women an opportunity to voice their views .
- Visit the Wolverhampton Women's Business Forum website for more information
Wolverhampton Business Forum (WBF)
Wolverhampton Business Forum (formerly known as Wolverhampton Asian Business Forum) aims to give local organisations a stronger voice and enable them to share information and forge better links with influential organisations across the city.
It helps 'map' Wolverhampton's business community and identify the city wide issues, problems and opportunities which major organisations including Wolverhampton City Council may be able to help address.
- Visit the Wolverhampton Business Forum website for more information
Social Enterprise Network
Early meetings took place during the Spring of 2013 to establish that there is a demand for a networking group for Social Enterprises and attendance has been encouraging. This group is still establishing its steering group and a programme of meetings.
- For further information email Mike Shields at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01902 323838.