Former BBC Political Editor and Downtown commentator Jim Hancock, and former Labour adviser Adam McNicholas joined DIB boss Frank McKenna to discuss last weeks ‘Super Thursday’ election results.
May 13, 2021
Downtown nominated for National Award for first large business event since March 2020, Livercool 2020!
Downtown in Business has been nominated for Best COVID-Safe Non Music Event at the Event Production show for Livercool 2020. The Event Production Show will be taking place on 26th May and other nominees include The Luna Cinema, #WeMakeEvents campaign, Bongo’s Bingo and Sacha Lord. Past winners for the awards also include Culture Liverpool for Liverpool’s Dream, Isle of Wight Festival, Event Genius and Ticket Arena.
Downtowns own Sales Executive, KJ Clarke shares her own experiences to highlight the importance of Mental Health Awareness Week.
As we get set to return to ‘live’ events, we could think of no better guest to launch our new podcast series than Thom Hetherington, the chief executive of Holden Media and a huge influencer and advocate for the Hospitality and events industry.
The chief executive of Downtown in Business, Frank McKenna, has said that Boris Johnson should invite Steve Rotheram to sit on any COVID- recovery taskforce that is being established by the government.
The chief executive of Downtown in Business, Frank McKenna, has said that Boris Johnson should invite West Midlands metro mayor Andy Street to sit on any COVID- recovery taskforce that is being established by the government.
This week in America the primaries and run-offs to the 2021 elections are already well underway. Martin Liptrot discusses the parallels and differences between the U.S and UK in its Mayors.
After last week’s big round of elections will there ever be a Labour government again?Frank and Jim give their differing views in this week’s blogs and Jim looks at the detailed results in the North West
Downtown Birmingham Chair, Kim Leary discusses the importance of networking and the best way to utilise a networking session for your business.
The Conservative Party have retained control of Lancashire County Council – and won the Police and Crime Commissioner post from the Labour Party.
The Labour Party seems to be in a permanent state of decline. However, Frank McKenna says its too early to write the party off yet.