I’ve been really chuffed with the responses The Post has been getting about the Michael Wolff interview and “brand Birmingham”.
Tomorrow (Monday) the paper is going to have quite a bit of reaction in it – both in the Agenda section and the Media & Marketing page. Much of it looks at whether our public bodies are up to the job of promoting the city’s cultural and creative offering.
I’m pleased because it’s a conversation I hope will continue to be high profile – especially considering some of the things taking place in the city at the moment.
It would be nice to think there are enough people agitating for change that we may be able to find a way to reflect Birmingham’s creativity in its image.