By this point in time, most property investors will probably be well aware that Manchester is one of the most exciting property markets in the UK.
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For many years, people from Manchester headed down south to the bright lights on London in search of work. These days, however, the situation is very much reversed and it is millennials from London who are heading north in search of better jobs. Manchester’s robust economy is resulting in continuous job creation, which, in turn,... View Article
Just as opinions on Brexit are divided, so is the impact of Brexit and how it’s being felt differently in different parts of the country and in different industry sectors. This can be seen very clearly in the fact that the London property market is very much in the doldrums (although Brexit is not the... View Article
Manchester’s economic growth is continuing apace and the nature of its economy means that this growth is unlikely to be reversed by Brexit. There are two main reasons for this, one is that Manchester’s economy is highly diversified and the other is that it is already very global.
For a number of years Manchester has developed an unwanted reputation as being one of the poorest and worst places to live in the UK. A number of independent surveys and reports have chronicled the high levels of poverty and rundown facilities faced by many living in and around the city. This is despite it... View Article
MediaCity-based b2b marketing agency Marketecture announces it has been appointed to work with Manchester Jazz Festival (mjf) to develop a new creative campaign to promote the festival for the second year running.
Downtown Manchester in Business, in association with Manchester City Council, will host a special ‘Powerhouse Progress’ conference on Friday 22nd April.
Creamline Dairies (www.creamline.co.uk ) – the Trafford Park based family company – has teamed up with Great British Bake Off finalist Luis Troyano – to create a collection of tasty afternoon tea treats, especially for Mother’s Day.
The editor of the Manchester Evening News Rob Irvine will join city council boss Sir Howard Bernstein and the chief executive of Liverpool Vision Max Steinberg at a special Downtown in Business event at the Town Hall on Thursday morning.
Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity (RMCH Charity) is hoping to raise over £50,000 towards its Helipad Appeal, with the launch of this year’s Many Hands Campaign, sponsored by Seneca Partners and Ryman Stationery.