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Passionate about promoting our city

SimkissGuy is passionate about living and working in the West Midlands.

Keen to support our business community, and advocates of the benefits that can be gained from developing robust business partnerships across the city, we are founders of several successful networking groups, or SimkissGuy Socials as they’re known.

Each event is aimed to bring together business professionals across a range of sectors, moving between different independent venues in our region to support the thriving hospitality sector in the West Midlands. If you would like more information on these, email our dedicated events inbox here.

Our Managing Director Rebecca Simkiss is recognised as a leader in the Birmingham business community, volunteering her time to undertake several external board positions to support and invest in the success of our region.

As such, Rebecca is Chair and Trustee of LoveBrum, a registered charity that supports hidden gem projects across Birmingham that are often volunteer led and that deliver real change for our region. The charity supports ‘hard-to-reach’ projects; those causes that do not receive the platform or funding that they probably deserve. Supporting over 36 projects per year, LoveBrum reaches out to all corners of our city and reminds people how great Birmingham is. Importantly, every penny raised from LoveBrum’s individual memberships and fundraising stays in Birmingham and goes straight to the chosen causes. By inviting LoveBrum projects to speak at our events, we encourage everyone to get involved and unite businesses and individuals across Birmingham. Find out more about LoveBrum here.

Rebecca is also a Board Member of West Midland’s Women’s Voice, a movement created to work together and support the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) in setting an agenda for economic growth and better social welfare – with the role of women central to this new political and economic forum. West Midland’s Women’s Voice represents cross-sector businesses as well as the arts – all wanting a say in WMCA strategy and all with a desire to ensure that the powerful voice of women is represented in the aim to drive jobs, prosperity and economic growth in the region. Find out more about West Midland’s Women’s Voice here.

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