In his latest blog Downtown boss Frank McKenna expresses his concerns about where politics in the UK is heading as he reflects on the Dominic Cummings fiasco.
May 28, 2020
One of Great Britain’s leading female athletes, Goldie Sayers, joined DIB boss Frank McKenna in the #DowntownDen.
As the region begins to return to work in greater numbers, and with distancing measures still needed, we need a strong signal that Greater Manchester is open for business.
Will the Cummings row just pass into history or inflict permanent damage on the government. That’s the question Jim wrestles with this week, along with a rare criticism of the BBC.
The latest guest in the #DowntownDen is ‘Business Coach Extraordinaire’, Michael Finnigan.
Downtown’s Head of Events, North, Helen Bamford tells us her #businessheroes, who she would like to be stuck in lockdown with and which super hero she would be in ‘Who Are Yer?’
Commercial property landlords and tenants need to work together to ‘share the pain’ to get through the current period.
Keith Tully, Managing Partner at the Liverpool Office for Begbies Traynor was in the #DowntownDen to discuss how businesses in the region have been performing amidst the current Coronavirus pandemic.