Downtown in Business hosts the monthly ‘Downtown Construction Club’ (DTCC).

The monthly event is hosted in London and Manchester, and since being established four years ago, over 1,500 property companies have registered as DTCC stakeholders.

Originally the club was the brainchild of a collection of businesses from the property sector, Zumbotel Group, Briggs & Forrester, DSSR, and CIBSE, and now they have decided to hand the baton over to a business organisation that has become one of the fastest growing private sector groups in the UK.



Downtown in Business prides itself on hosting an eclectic mix of quality events that suit ambitious entrepreneurs and business leaders. Breakfast gatherings over coffee; lunches with top speakers; premier gala awards and exclusive, intimate ‘invitation only’ dinners are among the range of networking opportunities we offer to our members. The very best hotels, restaurants and conference spaces are where this exciting programme of activity is presented; some of the regions very best politicians and business leaders are among our speakers; ambitious, modern, high growth business owners and entrepreneurs make up our audiences. Here is a brief description of the regular events that Downtown organises in a commercial arena that gives you the very best platform to showcase your business.

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