The latest issue of Downtown Monthly focuses on the hospitality sector and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected businesses in the industry. We have exclusive articles from some of the leading hospitality personalities from across the Downtown network, explaining how they and their business have survived and adapted to the constant state of flux the pandemic has brought.
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To support businesses in effectively managing their cash flow Western Union Business Solutions invite you to join their webinar on the 29th September at 2pm.
Businesses across Greater Manchester are being invited to take part in a new event exploring how personal data is being used as the digital revolution gathers pace, affecting every aspect of how we live and work.
A post-Brexit UK faces ‘economic chaos’ with disruption that will ‘take years to rebuild’ – political, financial, business and academic experts
UK Government’s threat to break international law has ‘eroded trust and risks poisoning relations’.
UCLan has received national funding to use movement to engage primary school pupils in astronomy.
As new laws are continually introduced, many people are doing things that are simply illegal without knowing it, says a leading criminal lawyer in the region.
Following the announcement of further restrictions affecting parts of the Liverpool City Region, Merseyrail has issued travel advice to those passengers in affected areas.
THE CITY OF LIVERPOOL COLLEGE NAMED ONE OF THE FIRST FE COLLEGES TO WORK WITH THE WORLDSKILLS UK CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE
The City of Liverpool College has today been announced as one of the first colleges to be part of the WorldSkills UK Centre of Excellence, to mainstream world-class standards in skills development in the UK.
Bill Addy, CEO of Liverpool BID Company shares his thoughts on the latest Coronavirus restrictions and how everyone can keep themselves and others safe.
A much needed ‘helping hand’ in the form of a £1,000 donation has come charity Rosemere Cancer Foundation’s way via staff of Leyland Trucks with support from their families and friends.