Downtown in Business is to take office space in London.
The move to the UKs capital is part of the organisations expansion plans – but does not signal the establishment of a Downtown London network.
Downtown Chief Executive Frank McKenna explained:
‘The new space will enable us to organise events in the capital with some of the key national decision makers and inspirational entrepreneurs who are London-based. This new programme of events will be open to our members from the region; and of course we will be reaching out to the London business community to connect them with our membership too.
‘It is an exciting move for us, and one that has been made possible through our strong partnership with Liverpool Vision. We will be taking advantage of the facilities they have secured at Finsbury Square, and I am sure that this will provide us with the opportunity of enhancing our service to existing and future Downtown members.’
The move means that Downtown in Business is now established in six locations; Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Lancashire, Birmingham, and London.