The history of jewellers and related manufacturing businesses is well documented. Long may the industry continue to flourish and develop. Over the years, there has been a desire to attract other sectors, such as the arts, media and creative industries, to complement the jewellery industry.
VIBRANT PLACE TO WORK
Various buildings have been converted to studio offices and live/work units, bringing uniqueness to the area.
The Quarter also attracts a large number of professional services – architects, accountants, solicitors, and financial services – in the areas that filter off the golden mile, moving towards the city and around St Paul’s Square. There is a growing business community well served by bars, restaurants, cafés and specialist shops, making this a great place to locate your business.
Well connected with Birmingham City Centre, businesses can enjoy the best of both worlds.
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EXPLORE SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY
Small Business Saturday (SBS) is a grass-roots, non-political, non-commercial campaign that encourages people to support small businesses in their communities, both on Saturday itself and beyond.
The campaign also aims to support, inspire and promote small business all year round.
The initiative started in 2010 in the US, and has generated a lot of custom for small businesses. The campaign is now in its fourth year in the UK.
Our nation’s small businesses provide almost two-thirds of private sector employment and almost half of private sector turnover. Here, in Birmingham’s Jeweller Quarter, we are home to the largest population of small and micro-businesses in the city.
If you are a Jewellery Quarter Business and would like to get involved with SBS then, please contact Tina Francis.
If you are looking to invest in the area or have recently moved into the area then the following activities may be of interest to you.
Jewellery Quarter Association
The JQA is dedicated to conserving, protecting and improving the environment of the Jewellery Quarter. It encourages businesses to set up in the area and organises regular events for the local business community.
Chairman: Geoff Shuttleworth – Chord Developments
Secretary: Rev Mary Gilbert – St. Paul’s Church firstname.lastname@example.org
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Birmingham Civic Society
For more than 90 years the Birmingham Civic Society has championed civic pride and worked to make Birmingham a better place for its citizens, visitors and workforce. So if you want to get involved you will be most welcome.
Jewellery Quarter Police Station, Vyse Street, Birmingham
Telephone (non-emergency) – 101
Twitter – @JQuarterWMP
119 Vyse Street
0121 233 4484
Opening hours: 9.00am – 18.00pm Monday to Friday, 9.00am – 15.00pm Saturday
36 Frederick Street
Opening hours: 6.00am – 11.00pm Monday to Sunday
10 Hall Street
0345 026 9822
Opening hours: 6.00am – 11.00pm Monday to Saturday, 7.00am – 11.00pm Sunday
168 Warstone Lane
0345 740 4404
Opening hours: 9.30am – 15.30pm Monday to Friday
35 Frederick Street
0330 154 2193
Opening hours: 9.30am – 16.30pm Monday to Friday, 10.00am – 16.30pm Wednesday
22 Frederick Street
Opening hours: 10.00am – 16.00pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday
St Paul’s Square Dental Practice,
51 St Paul’s Square
0121 233 0867
Opening hours: 10.00am – 18.00pm Monday, Tuesday; 08:00am – 16.00pm Wendesday to Friday
Indian High Commission
20 Augusta Street,
0121 212 2782
Public hours: Monday to Friday 9.30am – 12.30pm and 13.30pm – 16.30pm
Birmingham City Council
Report a lost dog, stray dog, dangerous dogs or a dog fouling issue by phone:
Office hours 0121 303 6007
Weekends and outside office hours only: 07500 553 000 (don’t text this number) or report on the website.