Marketing Birmingham Annual General Meeting 2013

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Marketing Birmingham Annual General Meeting 2013

  1. 1. Making it happen Annual General Meeting 2013
  2. 2. Making it happen Ian Taylor Commercial Director Marketing Birmingham
  3. 3. Making it happen Wouter Schuitemaker Investment Director Marketing Birmingham
  4. 4. Strategic projects completed 2012/13
  5. 5. SME fast track projects completed 2012/13
  6. 6. Performance trends LEP Greater Birmingham and Solihull Total jobs 11/12 Total FDI Total jobs successes 12/13 11/12 Total FDI successes 12/13 2,789 5,078 25 49 Heart of the South West 124 4,568 6 11 Oxfordshire City Region 831 3,989 18 17 Sheffield City Region 157 3,730 7 26 South East Midlands 1,090 3,642 29 28 Cheshire and Warrington 1,400 3,277 11 11 Leeds City Region 1,107 3,160 23 33 Liverpool City Region 1,233 2,781 23 23 79 2,506 14 26 713 2,465 46 56 North Eastern 7,354 2,203 43 26 Greater Manchester 9,291 2,166 53 51 Coventry and Warwickshire Thames Valley Berkshire
  7. 7. Pipeline projects ANDREAS PAULICKS JOBS JOBS 3,068 40 KATHRYN ELLIS JOBS 4,750 VICTOR HU JOBS 120 JOBS KAVAN BHANDARY JOBS 1,370 751 JOBS 745 GLENN McBRIDE JOBS 1,346
  8. 8. Pipeline projects
  9. 9. North America Sales Mission VANCOUVER SEATTLE TORONTO BOSTON SAN FRANCISCO SALT LAKE CITY CHICAGO NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA WASHINGTON DC LOS ANGELES
  10. 10. Life Sciences
  11. 11. USA & European Site Selectors Site selector and attorney George Pretty complimented the city, saying: “Although I have visited Birmingham several times on business, before taking part in the tour last week, I was surprised to see the scale and pace of change playing out across the city. “These are exciting times for Birmingham, driven by the passion, commitment and determination of its civic and business leadership. I have no doubt that Birmingham will continue to thrive as a world-class investment destination, affording expanded economic growth for its people.”
  12. 12. UK Digital campaign
  13. 13. UK Digital campaign As seen in Birmingham – ASOS e-commerce pioneer and leading online retailer, ASOS seized the opportunity to invest into Birmingham, one of the UK’s largest digital sector talent pools. The company recognised that the city’s growing specialism in e-commerce presented an excellent opportunity to open an office focusing on creating new company websites in growth markets. Pete Marsden, Chief Information Officer for ASOS, said of the expansion in Birmingham: “We are an ambitious company, and are looking forward to settling into what we know is a very ambitious and talented city. Since we started our search for a new office location, our sense has been that Birmingham is a city with the talent, cost effectiveness, physical infrastructure, plans and will to help our business succeed. We’ve been welcomed with open arms and supported through every step by the Business Birmingham team, who we will continue to work with.”
  14. 14. Trends and challenges
  15. 15. Business Catalyst programme 60 INWARD INVESTMENT REFERRALS
  16. 16. Mobile Investment Fund
  17. 17. Building our plans for the future Neil Rami Chief Executive Marketing Birmingham
  18. 18. INVESTMENT PROMOTION AGENCIES OF THE YEAR 1 IMG-Investment and Marketing Corporation Saxon-Anhalt Magdeburg Germany 2 ABA-Invest 3 BaselArea Basel Switzerland 4 Berlin Partner for Business and Technology Berlin Germany 5 Business Birmingham Birmingham UK 6 IDA Ireland Dublin Ireland 7 CLD Les Maskoutains St Hyacinthe Canada 8 PROEXPORT Columbia Bogota Columbia 9 Rio Negocios Rio de Janeiro Brazil Austria
  19. 19. MOST INNOVATIVE FDI-ATTRACTION INCENTIVE PROGRAM OF THE YEAR 1 Berlin Business Location Centre Berlin Germany 2 Business Birmingham Birmingham UK 3 Headquarters Initiative, ABA-Invest 4 Connect Ireland Dublin / Kilkenny Ireland 5 Database of Projects Bogota Columbia Austria
  20. 20. FDI DESTINATIONS OF THE FUTURE 1 Birmingham, UK 2 Columbia 3 Czech Republic 4 Edinburgh, UK 5 Le Havre, France 6 Newcastle/Gateshead, UK 7 Washington DC, USA 8 St Hyacinthe, Canada 9 St Mary's County, Maryland, USA
  21. 21. Source: Regional Observatory/ONS Business Register & Employment Survey
  22. 22. Source: Regional Observatory/ONS Business Register & Employment Survey
  23. 23. SOURCE: The Economist Intelligence Unit June 2013
  24. 24. Preparing for the future 2013 and beyond
  25. 25. (1) (2) As per Directors’ Report and Financial Statement s As presented to the Board on 18th September 2013
  26. 26. Making it happen Operational Plans 2013-14
  27. 27. “Birmingham feels like a city that has some big plans and is on the cusp of big things.” Pete Marsden, Chief Information Officer, ASOS.
  28. 28. Making it happen Annual General Meeting 2013

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