Brian Woods-Scawen, the chairman of Culture West Midlands, the region's cultural consortium, said: "This four year celebration of culture and creativity is the West Midlands' chance to show not only the rest of the UK, but the whole world just how strong our cultural life is.
What does CWM stand for?
CWM stands for Culture West Midlands (Department for Culture, Media and Sport; UK)
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In today's Media & Marketing page Brian Woods-Scawen, chairman of Culture West Midlands, also warns that improving the region's image is urgent and vital to securing economic prosperity.
The Culture West Midlands summit was taking place today in Coventry.
Culture West Midlands - the Government body that represents arts, sports, heritage, and tourism sectors - is looking for volunteers to ensure the region benefits from the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Here three local luminaries - Stephen Maddock from the CBSO in this article, playwright David Edgar (below) and Culture West Midlands chairman Brian Woods-Scawen (right) - give their own take on arts in the region www.
Conservatively, Culture West Midlands estimates the sector already has over 250,000 jobs in the West Midlands.
According to Culture West Midlands, in 2004 10 per cent of the West Midlands workforce was employed in the cultural sector which turned over a staggering pounds 18 billions.
West Midlands Business Council deputy chairman, Dr Sarindar Singh Sahota, said: "We are delighted to have been able to formally agree with Culture West Midlands that we will work together for the good of the people of our region.