Chamber of Commerce to celebrate Black Country Day

Black Country Chamber of Commerce have launched a local business campaign to coincide with next week’s Black Country Day celebrations.

The Chamber is encouraging businesses to join in with their social media campaign to help them shine a spotlight on individuals and businesses in celebration of the event, held annually on 14th July.
Black Country Day helps to celebrate the area's industrial heritage and the Black Country Business Festival, established in 2014, helps to raise awareness of the day, bringing together a host of community events under one banner during the month.

Celebrations this year will take place virtually due to the impact of Covid-19, and the Chamber are giving members the opportunity, and platform, to celebrate the day with them virtually. The leading business support agency is asking businesses to get in touch and tell them about a significant moment or milestone in their organisation’s history, why they are proud to be based in the region, how has their business supported the local community or its people, or even shout about another local business or leader that has supported their start-up, growth or expansion.

To get involved, the Chamber wants companies to post onto their own social media profiles, using the hashtag #BCDay2021 – making sure they tag @BCCCmembers so posts can be shared across, and to the Chamber’s large following.

The campaign will run on Wednesday 14th July and will help to celebrate the Black Country, its people, products and businesses and offers companies, and individuals, a great way to share the collective message.

Any questions can be directed to the team via email.


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