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Saturday, 9 April 2016

It was a pleasure to support the Birmingham Business launch, last week with key host Anthea McIntyre MEP, for the West Midlands. 

I attended the launch of the new Birmingham Business Forum at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground. It was an opportunity to learn more about SME’s, the work the business sector does daily to ensure Britain retains it status as a strong economy which continues to flourish. 
Parveen Hassan with Baroness Neville-Rolfe Business Launch

Baroness Neville-Rolfe & Anthea McIntyre MEP thoroughly enjoyed meeting everyone, candidates and business entrepreneurs supported the launch. 

I was delighted to here the experiences of the Business Minister Directorships and welcomed the interesting and varied questions raised by the audience on the economy, enterprises and employment.

The networking events aim to equip business strong leads, to join and learn more about enterprises, creating jobs, and where Parliaments can create hospitable climates. Companies explained how they built their successes too. 

The event highlighted the challenges, on regulations and work incentives, reducing taxation and apprenticeships skills and capabilities for industries. 

Daniel Dalton & Anthea McIntyre MEP’s plan to hold further events later in the year. 

I hope to continue to support the Business Forums, and the road to the economic success in the West Midlands region. 


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