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Business of the Month - July 2017 - SafetyMate™ by Epica Health & Safety

SafetyMate™ by Epica Health & Safety are Downtown Liverpool's Business of the Month for July. SafetyMate™ by Epica Health & Safety is an easy to use web application for all of your health and safety needs. Designed to consolidate health & safety policies and manage training, equipment testing and accreditation's for businesses. SafetyMate™ is a secure…

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Summer Soiree

Downtown Liverpool in Business and Veeno Liverpool are teaming up ​to bring you a summer evening of fine wine tasting! We're delighted to invite you to join us where we will showcase the 'Veeno experience' at the stunning city centre setting. ​ There are limited spaces at this exclusive event. .


COLBA Winners' Wine Tasting Reception

Downtown Liverpool in Business proudly celebrates all of the deserving award winners from the 2017 City of Liverpool Business Awards. At this exclusive event, winners will be treated to an evening of wine tasting at one of the city's newest venues, The Chancery Wine Merchants, Delicatessen, Bar & Restaurant. ​

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Summit to Give Business a Voice on Transport Investment

A major summit to discuss Cross Rail North and wider transport investment for the Northern Powerhouse will be held in Leeds on the 23rd August. Business organisations from Newcastle to Liverpool are being urged to attend an event that will be addressed by business leaders, the Greater Manchester mayor, Andy Burnham, Liverpool city region mayor […]


The unaccountable government

Rail betrayal Since Parliament has gone into recess, hardly a day has passed without a significant policy announcement by ministers. They’ve ranged from banning petrol driven cars by 2040, to transport announcements that have the potential to drain the Northern Powerhouse (NP) of any meaning. With MPs, away from Westminster and unable to call the […]


A Good Week for Ambulance Chasers

Words by: Victoria Brown, High Performance Consultancy Fees for those bringing employment tribunal claims have been ruled unlawful by the Supreme Court this week. It is estimated the government will have to pay up to £32 million to claimants that have paid the fees introduced in 2013. The trade union, Unison, have argued that the […]

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