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Business of the Month - August 2016 - Uber

Uber are Downtown Liverpool’s Business of the Month for August, and to celebrate this the firm are offering all Downtown in Business members a first ride free up to £15! Get a reliable ride in minutes with the Uber app, simply sign up with the code DOWNTOWN15 at

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Power Panels

Downtown in Business are delighted to announce the second series of 'The Power Panel’ hosted in Liverpool: a powerful vehicle to allow decision makers from a range of sectors to discuss the pressing issues in their industry with trusted colleagues, and to build strong business relationships with business associates. Please…

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By Invitation Only with Ged Fitzgerald

Downtown Liverpool in Business will be joined by Chief Executive of Liverpool City Council, Ged Fitzgerald for an exclusive by invitation only dinner on September 6th. Ged will address Downtown members discussing a range of topics including IFB2016, the city region mayoral election and the forthcoming MIPIM UK festival in…

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When Gordon Brown succeeded Tony Blair as leader of the Labour Party and Prime Minister, many of its members rejoiced, proclaiming that ‘real’ Labour was back. I predicted that Brown, decent man and good chancellor that he will be remembered as, would lead Labour to defeat. In 2010, Brown did lose, bringing to an end […]

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