Here is a selection of our favourite tweets from the past 7 days. This week’s tweets feature @youfromtheecho, @paulcadmanuk, @alexwhitcomb, @broomheadsteven, @laing_orourke, @terrychristian and @emmerich_mike.
February 20, 2020
Downtown in Business has been highlighted as one of the UK’s leading business organisations by the Sunday Times business team.
Barrows & Forrester look at the facts and figures from the latest set of statistics from the UK mortgage data.
To succeed in life whether it is for an individual or an entrepreneur – focus and resilience is key.
Entrepreneurs considering selling their business are being offered free personalised legal advice from a leading expert at Kirwans law firm.
Join Orega for an entrepreneurial night and network with other like-minded business professionals of all levels.
Downtown in Business Director Chris McKenna is running the Liverpool Half Marathon to raise funds for Downtown Liverpool official charity, R Charity
In the latest ‘Who Are Yer?’ we chat to Jenni Jacobs, HR Business Consultant at High Performance Consultancy & oneHR Software.
After two complete sellouts over previous years, the Birmingham Seasonal Markets team are back to present Cheese Fest 2020.
This week Frank McKenna reflects on Boris Johnson’s early weeks in power – and questions the legitimacy of Manchester City Football Club’s European ban.
Downtown in Business partner Laing O’ Rourke have been chosen as the preferred developer to deliver Everton Football Clubs new stadium at Bramley Moore Dock.
Jim’s been talking to the BBC Director General about the future funding of the corporation.He outlines his idea in this blog and defends one of the few remaining British institutions respected around the world.