Read this months blog from Downtown London in Business Chairman, Simon Danczuk discussing the impacts of Brexit on the UK, plus the recent JD sports and European trade story.
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.
The chief executive of Downtown in Business, Frank McKenna, is calling on the government to take urgent action that will enable children who have missed out on nearly a year’s schooling, because of the pandemic, to catch up.
Kim Leary has been appointed as chairwoman of Downtown in Business Birmingham. Kim is a well-known, award winning, Midlands entrepreneur and businesswoman.
In an article from Simon Danczuk, Chairman of Downtown London in Business, Simon tells us how Ministers each have to take individual accountability for their specific role within the pandemic.
Chief executive of Downtown in Business, Frank McKenna, is calling on the government to take urgent action that will enable children who have missed out on nearly a year’s schooling, because of the pandemic, to catch up.
Frank McKenna, CEO at Downtown in Business, calls for the Government to boost confidence with a route map out of the pandemic.
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.