Come together and share vital information
Our Curzon Symposiums are a chance for businesses to come together to share and develop ideas, information and innovations for transforming the region
These events offer a unique opportunity for forward-thinking discussions. Our most recent symposium, which took place on Wednesday 14 December, saw businesses and organisations share their views and ideas on the development of Eastside, one of the most historic yet dynamic and forward thinking areas of Birmingham.
The Curzon Symposium 2016 report is now available. Download the report to:
Read about the concepts and outcomes of the workshops
Hear what our partners say about delivering the opportunities
Watch the Knowledge Hub Video
Find out what happens next, and how you can get involved
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