West Midlands Women's Voice

Women who have come together to support the Combined Authority and to set an agenda for economic growth and improved social welfare and to promote the role of women in this new political and economic atmosphere.

We are women from a diverse range of businesses including finance, law, education, property, health, and the arts, all wanting a say in the strategy.

Historically, the West Midlands was the 'workshop of the world'. Now the challenge is to become the engine of the British economy, driving jobs, prosperity and economic growth. The ambition for the West Midlands is to help re-balance the UK economy, closing the £16bn output gap, and leading the Midlands Engine. In order to do this the West Midlands Combined Authority needs to listen to a multitude of voices who represent the people of the industries and sectors; one of these voices is that of the females in the region.

Women who have come together to support the Combined Authority and to set an agenda for economic growth and improved social welfare and to promote the role of women in this new political and economic atmosphere.

We are women from a diverse range of businesses including finance, law, education, property, health, and the arts, all wanting a say in the strategy.

Historically, the West Midlands was the 'workshop of the world'. Now the challenge is to become the engine of the British economy, driving jobs, prosperity and economic growth. The ambition for the West Midlands is to help re-balance the UK economy, closing the £16bn output gap, and leading the Midlands Engine. In order to do this the West Midlands Combined Authority needs to listen to a multitude of voices who represent the people of the industries and sectors; one of these voices is that of the females in the region.

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