Protem Apartments, the expanding corporate serviced accommodation operator and agent, have announced they now offer serviced apartments in the heart of Manchester and Liverpool.
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The Chief Executive of Downtown in Business, Frank McKenna, has backed plans for a Liverpool-led Commonwealth Games bid supported by Manchester.
Conrad Bird CBE, the GREAT campaign Director working in the Prime Minister’s office will be the keynote speaker at this years City of Liverpool Business Awards (COLBA).
Liverpool has ambitions to be a global great again. During the past fifteen years, it has used its aesthetic beauty and undisputed creative talent to become a genuine player in an increasingly lucrative visitor economy.
Downtown in Business and boutique finance company Currency Matters brought together city mayor Joe Anderson and thirty business leaders this week to launch a debate about the establishment of a Bank of Liverpool.
The Labour candidate for the position of Liverpool City Region’s first elected Mayor, Steve Rotheram MP, promised a pragmatic approach in his negotiations with the Conservative led Westminster Government if, as expected, he becomes the Regional Mayor in May.
Liverpool Girl Geeks are set to launch a company membership programme for 2017 following a highly successful year growing their business. Companies within the digital, IT and tech sector will be encouraged to partner with the all female led business to showcase news, jobs and policies that will entice more women to work within the... View Article
A lively fourteenth ‘Livercool’ Awards gala dinner saw 400 business leaders pack into the Crowne Plaza Hotel last week to celebrate the city’s best in the business.
Beehive Project Management assist bar/restaurant group East Coast Concepts with the development of their new Neighbourhood venue in Liverpool.
Ziferblat has opened its second Liverpool branch in St. Paul’s Square in the commercial district. The ground floor unit of 4 St Paul’s Square is the newest addition to the Ziferblat family.