Downtown Director, Chris McKenna headed to Malmaison in Liverpool recently. Read his thoughts of his experience at this week’s ‘Venue of the Week!
A blog for DIB staff members.
Chairman of Downtown London, Simon Danczuk, shares his thoughts on the upcoming General Election and why elections can be miserables times for MPs.
DIB London chair and former MP Simon Danczuk reports his observations from last week’s convention.
There’s me, Tony Wilson, Steve Roberts from Granada, Ruth Turner, who goes on to work for Tony Blair, Frank McKenna and a couple more, all sat in a bar in Manchester. It sounds like the start to a bad joke, which in some respects, it probably is.
Former Member of Parliament, Simon Danczuk, analyses the recent European elections and suggests why Nigel Farge’s Brexit Party were victorious.
Downtown in Business attended MIPIM 2019 in Cannes. The property festival was celebrating its thirtieth year and over 25,000 delegates descended on the south of France.
Downtown Director, Chris McKenna, celebrates International Women’s Day by reflecting on a few of the women who have inspired him throughout his nine years at Downtown.
Riding on the back of the release of Netflix’s latest documentary Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened?, Robyn van Jaarsveldt, Social Media and Brand Manager at Downtown in Business looks at the online Influencer culture and the Fyre Fest marketing campaign that sold out a fraudulent festival in 48 hours and asks, is it not the greatest marketing campaign of our time?