The Black Country Chamber of Commerce is to move from its headquarters in Walsall to new business premises at the University of Wolverhampton Science Park.
The Chamber, which represents 1,500 businesses employing 67,500 people, will be based within the Creative Industries Centre at the Park. It said it was attracted to the site because of the flexibility of the office amenities available and the open plan aspect of the office space, combined with the utilisation of conference and training rooms.
The Chamber will be joining a hub of approximately 90 companies from a variety of business sectors at the Park from Monday June 15th.
Ninder Johal, President of the Black Country Chamber of Commerce, commented: “The Chamber is delighted to be moving to Wolverhampton Science Park, where we will be surrounded by a wealth of innovative and creative businesses.
“We continue to serve businesses across the region and will shortly be strengthening our outreach and support capability. Trusted relationships and impartial advice are amongst first step to business growth. We have been supporting businesses across the Black Country for more than 150 years: the new location will help us carry on with renewed vigour.”