Here are a selection of our favourite tweets from today.
March 23, 2020
Downtown Director, Chris McKenna was joined by four young entrepreneurs to look back on the week that was, implications and opportunities for their business, the transition to remote working and plans for this week.
The MP for Wirral South and Treasury Select Committee member Alison McGovern popped into the Downtown Den to talk with our CEO Frank McKenna discussing the government’s handling of the crisis so far, the Labour leadership saga and footy!
Investment Readiness Programme: Introduction to Equity Investment for SMEs – 6 May 2020, UCLan (Virtual event)
The University of Central Lancashire has launched a free investor led Investment Readiness Programme, offering unique insights into what is needed to secure equity investment for your business.
London Northwestern Railway will add more carriages to its busiest services from tomorrow (Tue 24 Mar) following the introduction of a new reduced timetable.
A case study by Franking Sense who recently changed our printer. Check them out here.
We have launched a full video consult service for anyone who is in need of a doctors appointment. We now offer online psychology and mental health support too.
A local food charity is appealing for donations of goods for it to redistribute to vulnerable groups as more and more people are forced to self-isolate.
Coronavirus (Covid-19) – what you need to know about Manchester City Council services.
Lancashire’s £6m business growth hub is refocusing its service to give worried business owners a place to turn to during the current Coronavirus pandemic.
West Midlands Railway lifts restrictions to help pensioners and disabled access essential supplies as revised timetable begins
Pensioners and disabled passengers who are members of the English National Concessionary Travel Scheme can now use their local train service for free before 9.30am after West Midlands Railway lifted ticket restrictions.
Brief statement below after the government’s 5pm briefing last Friday from the Liverpool BID Company.