Destination of the Week: Birmingham

C&IT's Destination of the Week is Birmingham, featuring the best art, sport and cultural venues in the city and a run down of the latest news.

Destination of the Week: Birmingham
Destination of the Week: Birmingham

C&IT highlights a selection of Birmingham's best venues in the arts, sports and culture sectors.

Click here for Birmingham: Best arts, sport and cultural venues

Well invited 2,000 employees to ICC Birmingham for a one-day launch event to introduce its rebrand from Co-operative Pharmacy.

See Case Study: Well at ICC Birmingham

A 'storyselling' theme brought 60 years of vehicle evolution to life for 800 delegates at Citroën's National Dealer Conference in Birmingham.

Click here to read more on Citroën's 'storyselling' National Dealer Conference

The John Lewis 150 For All event involved 6,000 staff in Birmingham, plus a live link to a further 1,000 in Edinburgh and 1,000 in London.

See John Lewis holds 150th anniversary event for 8,000 Partners

News:

Park Regis Birmingham to open in March

Flybe announces new routes to Rotterdam from Manchester and Birmingham

Norwegian launches flights from Birmingham to Gran Canaria and Tenerife

Czech Airlines to launch Birmingham to Prague flight

ICC Birmingham to undergo £10m refurbishment

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