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Business of the Month - April 2017 - Lloyds Business Communications

Lloyds IP is Downtown Liverpool's Business of the Month for April. Delivering best-in-class Telephony, IT and Connectivity solutions, Lloyds IP build long-term relationships with clients to the extent that they are viewed as a Partner, intrinsic to their business, not just a supplier. Since their inception in 1997 (20 years ago!), Lloyds IP have gained…

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London, Culture and the BID Effect

This exclusive Downtown dinner will focus on some of Liverpool's key initiatives as the city continues to develop an agenda that will drive economic growth. Liverpool Vision's Ellen Cutler, the head of Marketing Liverpool, Chris Brown and the CEO of the BID Company, Bill Addy will lead a discussion on…


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Introducing Downtown's new series of events, the business gym will equip you with vital knowledge to help your business grow, with expert insight provided by leading professionals from the Downtown Network. As the most important element to any business, sales has to be top of your business agenda! Sell More…


Recruit, Train and Retain!

Staff turnover costs British businesses at least £1.13 billion every year according to research by Oxford Economics and income protection providers. Research concludes, the average fee for replacing a departing staff member is £30,614, comprising of agency fees, advertising and wages during the time when a new employee is yet…

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Five reasons why Theresa may regret her snap election call

Last week I outlined five reasons why the Prime Minister had decided to call an early election. Today, I will reflect on five reasons why she might come to regret that decision. Whenever a sitting Prime Minister calls an election there is an element of risk. Against the backdrop of opposition chaos and incredibly favourable […]


Mayoral candidates fighting to be heard

Not for the first time Westminster has disrespected the local election process. The constitutional innovation of electing mayors for some of our great conurbations next Thursday should be at the centre of political attention at the moment. Instead it will be largely ignored as we focus on the June General Election. Theresa May is not […]


Liverpool should scrap city mayor role says business leader

The chief executive of private sector lobby group Downtown in Business Frank McKenna, has called on Liverpool City Council to scrap the post of elected mayor for the city and revert back to a council leader model. Reacting to the news that Joe Anderson is likely to be the Labour candidate for the constituency of […]

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