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A record-breaking year for Brindleyplace estate


Birmingham’s Brindleyplace had a record-breaking 4.5 million visitors pass through the estate in 2018. More than 238,000 visitors


attended a packed calendar of events in the last 12 months, including annual favourites such as the Family Festival, Summer Film Festival, Chilli Festival and Chocival, as well as the first ever Winter Film Festival. Brindleyplace is home to 10,000


employees from over 25 businesses. The estate has also raised


£62,000 throughout the year for local charity partners including Cure Leukaemia, Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice and The Buddy Bag Foundation. Stacey Muir, marketing executive


at Brindleyplace, said: “We are naturally over the moon at these record-breaking visitor figures. “We’ve seen an increase of


200,000 visitors since 2017 alone, which is a testament to all of the great amenities we have on-site. “Whether you’re visiting for


business or pleasure, Brindleyplace


certainly has it all, with over 25 bars and restaurants, an on-site gym and spa, culture in the form of Ikon and the Crescent Theatre, and not forgetting the National Sea Life Centre. “Our programme of events at


Brindleyplace has also continued to


go from strength to strength, attracting both tenants and locals to the estate, helping us to create a real sense of community in the heart of the city. “With the 2019 calendar filling


up fast, it’s shaping up to be another fantastic year!”


Record breaker: Brindleyplace Data centres in


major acquisition Athena Data Centres have acquired GDPR Direct to help clients manage their ongoing compliance of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Athena Data Centres, based


in Birmingham, has acquired GDPR Direct to help clients with ongoing compliance of data and information. The GDPR Direct portal helps companies comply with obligations in protecting data and provides an audit trail of their actions to meet the GDPR commitment. In addition, the portal offers e-learning and online tests ensuring all employees in the business understand best practice. Athena Data Centres are dedicated to data, cloud and security and this helps further strengthen its commitment to its clients. Andy Acton, CEO of GDPR


Direct, said: “Data and compliance go hand-in-hand, and we are delighted to combine forces with Athena Data Centres. We will be able to expand the growing list of clients who are currently benefiting from our services.”


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