The National B2B Centre

The National B2B Centre

The National B2B Centre is a support organisation for small and medium sized businesses located in the West Midlands region of Britain. The Centre is based in the International Digital Lab[1] at the University of Warwick [2]



The B2B Centre runs regular events and workshops for small and medium businesses within the West Midlands region[3] to help them understand and to apply low cost tools and techniques to their business processes.

Regional Partnerships

The Centre is funded by Advantage West Midlands, the European Regional Development Fund and supported by the Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) at the University of Warwick.

The National B2B Centre supports the Business IT Guide for the West Midlands,[4] writes regular e-business articles for BusinessZone[5] and sponsors the The Manufacturing Excellence Award for Integrated e-Business.[6]


External links

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