Please see below our full programme of our events and activity. This will be continued to be updated with new events and activities in the coming months and we look forward to meeting you at some if not all of the events.
|BMM Event/Activity||Date||Organiser||More Info & Registration|
|The Exhibition – Birmingham Curzon Street Station, Round the Back A Rackhams||5/6-Sep-15||BCU||Emma Love BSc (Hons) PGCE, Birmingham City University:”As part of my PhD by published route this is my first piece of work. The event takes place in the iconic Curzon Street Station building, New Canal Street (directly in front of Millennium Point) also.””Over the last eleven months much has been busily going on behind the scenes of Birmingham Graffiti. As part of an ongoing much bigger project I am very proud and delighted to be able to announce this first major event. The ‘Round the Back a Rackhams’ Exhibition is the first collection of original Old Skool Birmingham Graffiti work completed specifically for this exhibition. This is a unique opportunity to see the old tags reproduced by those originators, canvas’ of pieces and perhaps the only chance you will ever get to see some legendary names, many of which are embedded within the foundations of todays graffiti and hip hop culture not only in Birmingham but across the UK. This collective exhibition has also been submitted to Guinness World Records for consideration of achievement.”
Entry is free to this event and many of the works are available for purchase.
Saturday 5th September 2015 – 1.00 p.m – 4.00 p.m.
Sunday 6th September 2015 – 1.00 p.m – 3.00 p.m.
|Productivity in focus||17-Sep-15||BCU||Vicky Pryce, Chief Economist, Centre for Economic and Business Research (CEBR), and Visiting Professor, Birmingham City University, and Mark Beatson, Chief Economist, Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD)and Visiting Professor, London Guildhall School of Business and Law, London Metropolitan University, will outline research they have conducted over the past year examining business level productivity, in particular manufacturing, and assessing routes to improvement for business and the country as a whole.Venue – Curzon Building, Board Room, 5th FloorTime 2-4pm|
|BMM15 Brussels Parliament||22-24 Sep-15||BMM15||Neena Gill MEP is sponsoring a Birmingham and Midlands Showcase event at the European Parliament, Brussels, 22-24 September.Reception evening 22nd September with Keynote speakers including – Neena Gill MEP, West MidlandsSir Albert Bore, Leader, Birmingham City Council
Jerzy Buzek, Chair, EP Committee, Industry, Research and Energy
Jonathan Hill, UK Commissioner, Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union
BMM15 will showcase examples of our region’s manufacturing, design and innovation excellence, in particular highlighting brand-led and entrepreneurial developments.
Address – Wiertz Street 60, 1047 Brussels, Belgium, Espace Léopold,
|Smart Mobility Conference||30-Sep-15||The BIP/EEN||ICC, Horizion2020 & ICT International Conference for Smart Mobility, www.thebiponline.co.uk/events|
|West Midlands SME/SMART Tech Expo||18-Nov-15||The BIP/EEN||Digital Marketing & Smart Tech Expo, The latest technology & Innovation in Cloud, Data, Augmented Reality & E-Marketing to support SMEs reach and connect with their Audience, www.thebiponline.co.uk/events|
|Harvey Nichols Capsule||TBC||BMM15||December 2015, Birmingham City University student exhibitors @Harvey Nichols, Birmingham|