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The Hub Events Round-up Post-event reports and news of forthcoming events


Great turnout for annual dinner and awards night


Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce’s annual dinner and awards attracted more than 1,300 people to the International Convention Centre. TV star and actor Stephen Mangan hosted the


sell-out black tie event, which is thought to be the biggest of its kind in the region. As well as the awards being handed out,


guests were treated to a stunning performance from the Aston Performing Arts Academy. Chamber chief executive Paul Faulkner told


attendees that Birmingham and the wider region are poised to grow and develop in a “magnificent way”. Pictured here are some of the highlights of


the event:


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1. Council leader Cllr Ian Ward, James Wong and ex-Chamber president Steve Brittan


2. Event host Stephen Mangan


3. Tom Clarke-Forrest and Jack Skinner from Sport 4 Life enjoying the festivities


4. Aston Performing Arts Academy brought the house down with their performance


5. Birmingham Chamber president Paul Kehoe shares a high-five with Katie Hale, the Sutton Coldfield Chamber president


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6. Guests were welcomed into the room by musicians from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire


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