JULY 2020: DIGITAL EDITION
Welcome inside the interactive, digital version of PROSPER Magazine!
As the region's longest-running business publication, PROSPER brings you news, views, insights and information from the Black Country and beyond and is read by key business leaders.
During 2020, we will be releasing a special digital edition every month to ensure readers are provided with the very latest news, information and insights.
In this edition, we'll be looking at International Trade and hear news and views from business owners around the region.
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CONTENTS | INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
INTERNATIONAL TRADE SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT
From the Black Country to the World: 10 Pages of feature articles looking at International Business and the opportunities available to Black Country firms.
BLACK COUNTRY BUSINESS HEROES
We focus on the Black Country businesses that are going the extra mile to help during COVID-19.
NEWS IN BRIEF
All the latest news from the Black Country business community.
THE MISSING £4BN: MAKING R&D WORK
Innovation foundation NESTA, discuss the need for UK R&D to address its imbalances and shortcomings.
A PANDEMIC WITHIN A PANDEMIC
How the forecasted economic downturn could breed a cataclysmic wave of fraudulent activity within the global supply chain.
FUTURISTIC TRANSPORT SYSTEMS BEING DEVELOPED IN WEST MIDLANDS
Transport for West Midlands, West Midlands 5G and Vodafone have signed an agreement to create transport systems that will improve travel around the region.
MANUFACTURERS CONFIDENCE BUILDER OR BREAKER?
As the UK begins to rebuild its businesses and works toward rebuilding the economy, we ask has COVID-19 caused professionals to lack conﬁdence?
JOY AS THE BLACK COUNTRY IS DECLARED UNESCO GLOBAL GEOSPARK
The Black Country celebrated earlier this month after being officially designated a UNESCO Global Geopark, following ten years of preparations.
IS IT TIME TO QUIT YOUR JOB?
TopCV has revealed that 65% of working UK professionals would consider leaving their job, largely as a result of poor treatment by their employer during the COVID-19 pandemic.