Downtown in Business brought back a group of influential business people from across Birmingham in the beautiful green room at Gino’s My Restaurant Birmingham.
May 27, 2021
Frank McKenna reflects on Dominic Cummings evidence to a parliamentary select committee this week – and concludes that there is little for the Prime Minister and his colleagues to worry about.
As Liverpool’s hospitality industry starts to thrive again, one venue is getting ready for a soft launch opening as customers are allowed back inside to dine and drink as well as making the most of al fresco.
Downtown in Business is back to doing what it does best, hosting a flurry of events over the past fortnight as COVID restrictions are slowly lifted.
Downtown in Business Liverpool hosted its first breakfast event since lockdown eased in the stunning setting of Hope Street Hotel. With the backdrop of a… Read More »DIB event shines a light on the tourism sector
We are hosting a live event on Thursday 24th June 2021, with a range of debates exploring what a post-COVID Manchester will look like.
In the latest roundup from the U.S. Martin Liptrot discusses the increasingly ugly divorce of Bill & Melinda Gates, Prince Harry’s latest media commitments and an imaginative way to overcome America’s disdain for COVID vaccinations.
The government’s confused messaging over lockdowns in towns like Bolton could be more damaging for Ministers than the testimony of Dominic Cummings according to Jim. In his latest blog he also reflects on the latest cruel legal blunders faced by the Hillsborough families.