Join us on Thursday 30 May, 8.30-10am at Aloft Liverpool Hotel to hear from some of the leading people behind the successful story of the Liverpool hospitality sector. This will be an opportunity to hear their views on what the future of Liverpool hospitality might look like.
Organisations across Merseyside are being encouraged to help break the cycle of domestic abuse by joining a new scheme which will equip employers with the skills to help support their staff.
Wellbeing, sport and hospitality businesses are invited to get involved with University of Liverpool's Wellbeing Week by hosting their own workshop or with a food/drink stall.
While spring may have just begun, severe and inclement weather can hit at any time and cause massive disruption and financial concerns. With the average cost of flooding to a business costing £82,000, the impact on small businesses can be particularly devastating.
Taking place across 50 venues on Friday 17 May 2019 from 5pm until late, LightNight showcases the creative lifeblood of Liverpool when the city’s world-class cultural venues open their doors until late at night staging over 100 free special events for all ages.
In 2019, the district is entering the next stage of evolution; the first phase of the Pall Mall development has begun, aiming to boost the Commercial District with much needed Grade A office space, Sony's redevelopment of the former Liverpool Echo building is expected to complete in the first quarter, while Castle Street continues to blossom as a food and leisure destination in its own right, with new restaurants opening at rapid pace.