Here is a selection of our favourite tweets from the past 7 days. This week’s tweets feature @vbrownhpc, @sutcliffe_1985, @lbndaily, @henrimurison, @chesterzoo, @optimisehealthc, @paulcadmanuk and @dibliv.
November 7, 2019
Downtown in Business Birmingham hosted the third annual City of Birmingham Business Awards gala dinner at the fabulous Edgbaston Cricket Club on Thursday 16th of October 2019.
The money to buy a new iPhone11 represents just over a sixth of a Birmingham City Centre first-time buyers mortgage deposit
The money to uy a new iPhone11 represents just over a sixth of a Birmingham City Centre first-time buying mortgage deposit… Could this be one of the reasons why younger generations aren’t buying?
Seasonal Markets are bringing 2019 to an end with The Christmas Feast – their final Seasonal Market of the year.
This week Jim praises the Northern Powerhouse Partnership for going on election attack over devolution. He also doubts if the false starts made by the Tories and Labour will matter much in 6 weeks time and calls for a new Tom Watson when Labour MPs get back to Westminster.
Henri Murison, Director of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership, spoke to a select group of Downtown members at a special event hosted at Opera Grill in Chester city centre.
Kirwans’ employees have been awarded permanent contracts after completing a two-year training programme with the firm.
A recent legal case highlights what factors employers should take into consideration when deciding whether a belief is protected under the Equality Act. It also draws attention to the conditions in which indirect discrimination can take place in the workplace.
Holidays to Sharm El Sheikh with flights from Doncaster Sheffield Airport on sale from 7 November with first flights departing May 2020
Paralympian Ellie Simmonds OBE and rock star Noddy Holder have given their backing to Acorns Children’s Hospice, and the charity’s £2 million Appeal to save its Walsall hospice which has now surpassed £400,000 raised in just over three months.
On Wednesday 23rd October 2019, Downtown in Business Manchester hosted a special lunch event with Super League Boss Robert Elstone at Manchester Central.
This week Frank McKenna reflects on an inauspicious start to the election campaign for both main parties; comments on the Manifesto for the North; and offers support for a Conservative politician in Birmingham.