There is growing optimism that the beginning of the end of the pandemic is near. The newest predictions expect a more rapid recovery of the global economy, with most countries having avoided a ‘double-dip’ recession.
March 11, 2021
Trade in goods and services accounts for nearly 60 percent of the world’s economic output, and the global average tariff has been cut in half since the 1990s to less than seven percent.
The coronavirus pandemic and lockdown measures have resulted in significant numbers of UK businesses having to temporarily close down or drastically reduce their operations.
In this ‘Who Are Yer’ Kris Shepherd revelas all. Kris is Area Sales Manager covering everywhere north of London.
In this weeks Staff Blog, we hear from Downtown’s own Marketing Coordinator, Sophie Rooney, looking back at spending her first year at Downtown in lockdown.
Become a part of Strawberry Field history through ‘Strawberry
Lane’ and a brand new membership scheme.
In his blog this week, Jim invites you to look beyond the troubles of the royal family to the growing problems around our trade with Europe. He also asks if we could have an independent elected mayor in Liverpool.
Downtown Director, Chris McKenna chats with Anders Borg to discuss everything you need to know about the Liverpool International Tennis Tournament 2021.
In this weeks Guest Blog, Alan Robson, Managing Director of Project Four announces their expansion into Manchester.
Piers Morgan’s departure from GMB was welcomed by many of us. But, in truth, is it further evidence of the erosion of mature debate in our ever -more polarised country?
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Downtown in Business invited a select panel of leading businesswomen to discuss a number of topics including homeschooling, women working in male-dominated sectors and the diversity agenda.