Business Picks

NCH recruiting 250 across continent


Global water, energy and maintenance solutions provider NCH Europe, which has its headquarters in Bilston, is seeking new sales consultants for its European operation.

Alan Nuttall Partnership marks 50 years


The Alan Nuttall Partnership, which has grown to become one of the largest, privately-owned interior fit-out and display specialists in the UK, has celebrated its first 50 years.

Aprons firm boss steps up growth plans


A Kidderminster textile designer, who creates retro-style aprons using her own hand-drawn fabric designs, is cooking up the next stage of growth after her initial export success.

Apprenticeships available at academies


More than 65 apprentice places are up for grabs at a leading Black Country training provider after it completed a £700,000 investment drive across its two academies.

Little Walkers nursery looks to grow

Kirkwood Walker and Charan Thiara at the Wolverhampton nursery

A Wolverhampton day care nursery, which opened its doors less than six months ago, already has its sights on further expansion to meet with increased demand.

PP invests £1m on factory extension


One of the West Midlands’s fastest growing manufacturers is dismissing uncertainty surrounding Brexit by investing more than £1 million on a new factory extension.

HomeServe's Shed is home to innovation

Craig Foster, managing director of HomeServe Labs, with the new LeakBot

It’s a small corner office on the site of one of the biggest companies in the Black Country, but it is home to new devices that could help change how we live.

Straightline in Alaskan airship deal

Straightline Aviation, based at Wolverhampton Business Airport, is part of deal that will see nexct generation hybrid airships operating in Alaska

An aviation company based near Wolverhampton is part of a deal to take next generation hybrid airships to Alaska, to enable work on hard-to-reach sites.

Protective Sportswear takes bigger bite


A Walsall company that designs colourful sports mouthguards has set its sights on ambitious expansion and export plans after a whirlwind first 18 months in business.