The shadow secretary of state for education, Kate Green, was in the Downtown Den to discuss Labour’s plans of getting children back into the classroom at the earliest opportunity.
The retiring Chief Executive of the Liverpool Combined Authority, Frank Rogers, along with a select group of DIB members, joined Downtown CEO Frank McKenna to talk about his brilliant career and how he thinks the city will come back fighting into 2021. This event was sponsored by Merseyrail.
Downtown in Business was joined in the Downtown Den by the MP for Altrincham & Sale, Sir Graham Brady discussing lockdown, the economy recovery route map and the vaccination programme.
We met up with Pi SQ Director, Hannah Floyd. Hannah tells us all about Pi SQ and how they help architects, project managers and developers source and procure furniture for their projects.
We caught up with Project Four Construction Safety Directors, Alan Robson and Max Meadows to discuss how they and their clients have reacted to the COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines placed upon the construction sector.
Downtown in Business was joined in the Downtown Den by Paul Embery, author of the divisive book ‘Despised: Why the Modern Left Loathes the Working Class’ for an exclusive online roundtable.
Downtown in Business was joined by a select panel of LEP Chairs and City Leaders from across the north to discuss the direction of the Northern Powerhouse following 2020 and how devolved power has been exemplified following the events of the year.
An All- Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Lancashire has been launched, with Downtown in Business being appointed as its secretariat by Lancashire County Council.
Downtown in Business was be joined by Tony Attard, Panaz; Stephen Young, Lancashire County Council and Lis Smith, Preston’s College to talk about how Lancashire can come out of the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Downtown Manchester in Business recently hosted a live event unlike any seen by our membership before.