DIB connects you with people who you can do business with so that you can grow your business and sell more.
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Opportunties for you to grow
We offer a large catalogue of events that give our members a platform to communicate and develop their businesses. Whether it be a Webinar, a conference or a glamorous awards evening. You will have plenty of opportunities to let our members know what you can bring to the table.
We are Downtown In Business.
We are the award winning, fastest growing business organisation in the North of England and the West Midlands and we understand that building connections is crucial when it comes to helping businesses thrive. So far, our membership consists of over 900 companies from across the country in both the public and private sector.
Our mission is simple, to give you and your company the support it needs to sell more stuff. DIB is well placed to introduce you to your target client base and key decision makers, opinion formers and influencers.
Giving you the tools to reach further.
Once you are part of DIB, you’ll be offered opportunities to promote your news and your company to our huge database consisting of over 50,000 entrepreneurs. Social media, a monthly publication and our weekly newsletters. All at your disposal.Join our Mailing ListRead Downtown Monthly
“Downtown in Business is simply the very best organisation in its space. They deliver what they promise and more. They have literally facilitated more than £500,000 worth of deals for my business since we got involved with them. I can’t recommend DIB highly enough.”Paul DuroseMD, Gas Tag
“The connections that Frank McKenna and DIB have to decision-makers in the public and private sectors is second to none”Lisa GreigDirector, Shape Engineering
“You can waste a lot of time networking. DIB cuts to the chase and gets you in front of the people you want to meet and engage with, in double-quick time.”Alan RobsonManaging Director, Project Four
“DIB reaches the parts other business clubs don’t reach.”Sir Howard BernsteinFormer CEO, Manchester City Council