A new approach to promoting our County
From the outskirts of UK's second city to the edge of the Cotswolds, Worcestershire is ideally placed at the heart of England. Worcestershire has so much to offer. Whether you are here to invest or to grow your business; whether you are here as a visitor or if you live in the county.
Worcestershire is easy to get to and easy to get around. With excellent road and rail links there are three international airports within an hour's drive of the county.
Together a partnership of private sector companies and public sector organisations from across the county we share the ambition to raise the profile of Worcestershire regionally, nationally and internationally.
The Worcestershire 1000 is a network of champions for Worcestershire made up of companies, organisations and individuals.
The Worcestershire brand is not owned by any one organisation or partner. It reflects the wider community’s pride in championing the county as a place to live, work, invest and visit. As a member you will have access to materials that you can use to promote the county.
Find out more below about our Worcestershire 1000 team, read case studies of those already promoting the brand and how you can get involved.
Many high profile local business figures have already pledged their support to Worcestershire. Check out our case studies to discover their thoughts on the county as a place to live, work and do business.
About Our County
The County is home to global brands including Morgan Cars, Worcester Bosch and Worcestershire Sauce. The University of Worcester is amongst the fastest growing universities in the UK.
The government has announced a set of trade measures for the agriculture, food and drink industry to help support businesses impacted by coronavirus. It focusses on helping them open up new markets across the world.
An innovative solution to reduce the risk of Covid-19 transmission, invented in Worcestershire, has launched this week.
As lockdown and restrictions begin to lift, companies and businesses are adapting to the new normal.
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- Bromsgrove District Council
- Hereford and Worcester Chamber of Commerce
- Malvern Hills District Council
- Redditch Borough Council
- Worcester City Council
- Worcestershire Ambassadors
- Worcestershire County Council
- Worcestershire LEP
- Wychavon District Council
- Wyre Forest District Council