The latest blog from the U.S. discusses what former President Donald Trump, has been up to recently.
March 10, 2022
The Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care is the latest speaker to be confirmed for the Downtown in Business national Innovation, Health & Tech conference.
The Chief Executive of the City of Wolverhampton Council, Tim Johnson and Mark Birks of Avison Young led the discussion at the Downtown in Business property, regeneration, and investors breakfast forum.
The idea of a tax hike and ambitious net zero targets may have looked attractive post-COVID and pre-Christmas. But with the cost of living crisis biting hard, inflation running amok, and Vladimir Putin throwing the world into crisis, Frank McKenna is urging the government to rethink its plans.
Downtown in Business hosted a Roundtable discussion were the future of Lancashire was debated by business leaders from across the county.
Downtown in Business is asking its members their views on a range of issues in our first business survey of 2022.
The Chancellor is contemplating a second massive bail out just two years after the pandemic furlough scheme. Jim looks at the energy options facing the government on the world stage.
Chester Zoo is to broadcast a live virtual trip to the zoo to mark British Science Week.
James Roochove from Liverpool based Law firm Astraea Linskills has secured a High Court apology from Google on behalf of their client Lee Anderson, MP for Ashfield.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) expects a much busier summer this year as it continues its recovery from the covid pandemic and a £2m investment is now underway to introduce new passenger facilities that will also create a further 200 jobs at the airport.
West Midlands Railway is encouraging organisations to utilise its new, free to use online service that helps companies simplify booking their train travel.
Downtown Manchester hosted the ‘Manchester Property Club – Education Sector’ in association with Procure Partnerships Framework and Kier Group. DIB was joined by Founder and Director of Procure Partnerships Framework, Robbie Blackhurst, who led the discussion on development projects and management within the education sector, how the nature and scale of these projects have changed over the last two years due to the pandemic, and the government’s Construction Playbook.