The Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Bridget Phillipson MP was in the Downtown Den this week, sharing her thoughts on the economy, the Northern Powerhouse, and Brexit.
A group of hospitality leaders from across the country came together for the latest Downtown Den event
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Downtown in Business invited a select panel of leading businesswomen to discuss a number of topics including homeschooling, women working in male-dominated sectors and the diversity agenda.
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.
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.