Lancashire Business View

Hot in the City

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As Preston celebrates 20 years as a city and Blackburn (unsuccessfuly… unfortunately) bid to become one of the Queen’s platinum jubilee cities, Downtown in Business joined forces with Lancashire Business View at Samlesbury Hall recently to ask a specially invited panel what impact, if any, city status brings.

Seeking the difference-makers aged under 36

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Lancashire Business View is to profile those aged under 36 who are already making their impact in the business world in the magazine’s next Sub36 showcase in association with Lancashire Skills Hub.

Lancashire loses out again

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The failure of Lancashire’s politicians to act in a co-ordinated and cohesive fashion has cost the county once again, as Rishi Sunak chose to select areas with Combined Authorities and elected mayors to invest the bigger chunks of cash that he announced in his budget last month according to Downtown in Business Chief Executive Frank McKenna.

Leading from the front

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The importance of inspirational leadership has never been more evident as Lancashire’s businesses look to emerge from the pandemic and its impact.