Downtown in Business hosted a breakfast Roundtable event at the INNSiDE by Meliá hotel in Liverpool this week, where four business owners discussed the highs, the lows, and the rollercoaster ride of running an SME.
In the first blog of 2024, Martin Liptrot looks at the year ahead in the US.
In 2023 DIB hosted over 100 events bringing together over 3.5k business leaders from across the country. And 2024 is shaping up to be even bigger and better.
This week Martin looks at the commercial success of one of Merseyside’s top football teams through the lens of US sport. Finding brand value is more than letting the highest bidder slap a logo on your shirt, he argues…
A conversation led by Metro Dynamics director Mike Emmerich focussed on the 2050 Lancashire Plan.
The Premier League is back and the Lionesses have reached the World Cup Final. But, is there a big Saudi Arabian cloud hanging over the beautiful game in England?
As we get to the business end of the sports season, Martin looks at the way U.S. sports are organised and wonders if there are lessons for the English Premier League and others to learn…
Frank McKenna hosted a special event at the House of Commons on Wednesday 19th April 2023 when he was joined by shadow Business Minister Bill Esterson MP to discuss the future of manufacturing in the UK.
Gary Neville announced as keynote speaker for the inaugural DIB Business of Sport conference on Thursday 7th September 2023.
Downtown in Business, in association with Sedulo Group and VSI executive Education, will host its inaugural ‘Business of Sport’ conference on Thursday 7th September at the iconic Lancashire Cricket Club, Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester.
In the first Ladyboss HR blog of 2023, Victoria asks “Is your business lean enough for 2023?”
The northern mayors described their talks with the Transport Minister this week as “positive”. Jim prefers to differ. He fears short term misery and long term frustration for the travelling public. He also updates us on devolution moves in Lancashire and Cheshire.