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Business of the Month - May 2015 - Pack & Send

Pack & Send is Downtown Manchester's Business of the Month for May 2015. Less than 10 minutes from Manchester City Centre, PACK & SEND Salford Quays is conveniently situated for customers requiring high quality packing and shipping services who are based in Salford, Media City, Trafford Park and other central Manchester locations. PACK & SEND Salford…

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Rise and Grind Manc Apr 15

Rise & Grind

Rise & Grind is back, and you need to be there! Quality business folk at a quality venue means quality connections. Join us for a great morning of networking, meeting new people, and saying hi to old friends. Breakfast refreshments, courtesy of the fabulous Grill on the Alley will be…

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Richard Leese

Leaders Lunch with Sir Richard Leese

It has been a significant year for Manchester's leadership, history in the making some may say , with both newly devolved powers and real cash! The Leader of Manchester, Sir Richard Leese returns as our guest speakers for Downtown's next Leaders Lunch at the fabulous Abode Hotel. As one of…

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Pack and Send

Business of the Month – May 2015 – Pack & Send

Pack & Send is Downtown Manchester’s Business of the Month for May 2015. Less than 10 minutes from Manchester City Centre, PACK & SEND Salford Quays is conveniently situated for customers requiring high quality packing and shipping services who are based in Salford, Media City, Trafford Park and other central Manchester locations. PACK & SEND Salford […]

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Totally Frank

Five Things we’ve learned from The Election Campaign

Ed Miliband isn’t as daft as he looks Before the campaign it was generally acknowledged, even by some of his closest allies, that as far as profile and image were concerned, Ed Miliband was hardly ‘A’ list Hollywood. However, more in hope than expectation, they hoped that his intellectual capacity and his genuine ‘niceness’ would […]

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Just Jim

Late Surge for Cameron?

THE CAMPAIGN. David Cameron doesn’t really deserve to “win” next Thursday’s General Election, but the Conservatives will probably be the largest party and have first dibs at forming a government. The Tory campaign has lurched from defending their economic record, to attacking Ed Miliband as a backstabber and latterly depicting Nicola Sturgeon as a female […]

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