This week Jim begins a three part preview of the big round of forthcoming elections. This time he has the Scottish Parliament in his sights, with big questions for Nicola Sturgeon and Boris Johnson to answer.
April 15, 2021
Prolific PR, a media and communications agency in Liverpool has collaborated with Virgin Galactic and Under Armour to produce educational content to broadcast on Steam School, as part of their Fashion Futures season.
Ahead of Earth Day 2021 from 20th to 22nd April, an eco self-help book is now in its second print run – Roots – written by a local author
“A guide to feeling rooted in an uprooted world.” Mental health and engagement with nature have been at the forefront of the pandemic. The former… Read More »Ahead of Earth Day 2021 from 20th to 22nd April, an eco self-help book is now in its second print run – Roots – written by a local author
Frank McKenna is struggling to celebrate the latest relaxation of Lockdown measures. In his latest blog, he explains why.
As the city centre bounced back to life on Monday, Liverpool’s market leading hotel, Hilton Liverpool City Centre, unveiled it’s stunning new Al Fresco terrace by PIMA.
Twenty years after standing down as the Leader of Lancashire County Council, DIB boss Frank McKenna reflects on the county’s place in the Northern Powerhouse – and why he believes Lancashire is ready to start to punch its weight again.
Lord Andrew Adonis is the latest big-name speaker to be confirmed for the inaugural Downtown in Business national property conference that will take place at the Belfry in the West Midlands on Thursday 9th September.
In this weeks Guest Blog, Consultant from Liverpool Business News, Tony McDonough discusses the need for a new mayor to shift a focus towards business.
Downtown CEO, Frank McKenna says he fears the ‘stunted ambitions’ of local politicians could hold the city back just as its economy seeks to emerge from lockdown and has pointed to the ‘anti-development, anti-progress’ stance of leading Labour, Liberal Democrat and independent politicians in the run-up to key local elections on May 6.
The man who is seen as one of the key figures in Liverpool’s recovery and regeneration will join Downtown in Business for an exclusive lunchtime event in July – Lord Michael Heseltine.