Here is a selection of our favourite tweets from the past 7 days. This week’s tweets feature @jacsonbevens, @samjonesmcr, @bruntwood_uk, @askste, @ped7.
June 6, 2019
Frank McKenna outlines the lessons our politicians should learn, but probably won’t, from the results of the recent Euro elections.
Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership has launched a new campaign to encourage businesses to make a difference to the futures of young people in Liverpool City Region.
As you may know, as of February this year Coley & Tilley Solicitors merged with The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors.
Downtown in Business member ART Business Loans has been named Small Business Company of the Year by national publication Business & Industry Today.
As life across the City region starts to get back to normal following Liverpool FC’s successful exploits in the Champions League Final, staff at Liverpool John Lennon Airport are reflecting upon success off the field too.
If you are preparing for THE big day, why not visit The Villa, Wrea Green on one of their wedding open days.
An additional £1.3 million of European Regional Development Fund funding will enable the University of Central Lancashire’s DigitME2 project to support the county’s businesses in adapting to the impact of Industry 4.0 and the utilisation of industrial digital technologies.
Kellogg’s have joined forces with Carbon Neutral B&M Waste Services, to take part in a litter pick, clearing the footpath along the Bridgewater Canal, accompanied by The Sale Wombles.
Celebrate and join Radisson Blu at an Ascot Charity Lunch supporting the Community Foundation of Merseyside.
An expanding law firm has moved into new offices in Birmingham city centre in response to sustained demand for its wide range of commercial legal services.
This week Jim gives his latest views on the Brexit debate, assesses the 11 contenders for the Tory leadership race and wonders if we have learnt all the lessons about D-Day.