In this weeks guest blog we hear from DIB Birmingham Chair, Kim Leary about the recent Birmingham Tech Week.
UCLan’s online conference tomorrow will showcase climate change and waste management research
Jim accuses the government of trashing our international reputation in the row over the Northern Ireland protocol and calls on Brussels to prepare sanctions.
Actress turned Sunday Times best selling Author Davinia Taylor enjoyed an afternoon in Liverpool on Friday to celebrate the success of her top selling book ‘It’s Not a Diet’.
This week in America, Martin Liptrot discusses the U.S’s war on prescription drugs.
Partner promotion at Beever and Struthers chartered accountants and business advisors following double digit growth for two years in not-for-profit division
Michael Tourville has been promoted to partner at accountants and business advisors Beever and Struthers within the firm’s social housing and not-for-profit sector team.
In this weeks guest blog, European Space Agency’s Alan Cross discusses the use of space technologies within the property sector.
Who or what is Boris Johnson? The ‘Heir to Blair’, Jeremy Corbyn’s soulmate, or a bowl of spaghetti? Mama Mia, Francesco Mckenna tries to navigate us through the complicated recipe that is our Prime Minister. Not too much parmesan please – and easy on the garlic.
The Tories have thrown down the gauntlet to business over wages, productivity and investment. Jim reports on the Conservative conference in Manchester to get behind the bluster as the storm clouds gather.
Leading Crime Lawyer and founder of Astraea Linskills, Nama Zarroug is celebrating Black History Month by reflecting and sharing her views and experiences of being a black lawyer in the modern world.
Join Beauty Bazaar, Harvey Nichols, Liverpool on Wednesday 6th October from 6:30pm – 8:30pm for The Beauty Social event.
As the Government’s Kickstart Scheme reaches its one year anniversary, here are all the jobs still available for 16-24-year olds in Liverpool through I Am Moore
Kickstart gateway, I Am Moore still has hundreds of jobs available for unemployed 16-24-year-olds across the country, including right here in Liverpool.