As of 7 July 2020, Days Inn Liverpool city centre has been rebranded to Heeton Concept Hotel, City Centre Liverpool! Set in Liverpool’s business district, Heeton Concept Hotel – City Centre Liverpool is a 10-minute walk from the famous Albert Dock.
Following the recent launch of their dedicated Coronavirus Recovery and Resilience Fund [CRRF], Liverpool-based funding provider MSIF has reinforced its support for North West SMEs impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic by increasing its commitment to the CRRF to £3million.
Bold Street Coffee, Liverpool’s best known coffee shop, is launching a new exhibition centred around equality and inclusion called Ain’t No Time To Hate on Thursday 30 July, following the recent international focus on the Black Lives Matter campaign.
Three new faces have joined the Liverpool and Merseyside Theatres Trust Board of Trustees, as Natasha Bucknor, Paul Evans and Camilla Mankabady take up new roles as board members to support the Everyman & Playhouse theatres.
Liverpool based SME funding provider MSIF is continuing to support regional businesses impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic following the recent launch of their dedicated Coronavirus Resilience and Recovery Fund (CRRF).
Private equity transactions are likely to play a significant role in the recovery of the North West deals market over the next 12 months, according to DSG Chartered Accountants and YFM Equity Partners (YFM).
Liverpool digital technology agency Connect has seen further success with their intranet solution Hivetalk shortlisted for the Institute of Internal Communications Awards and Digital Technology Leaders Awards for their work with the Government Finance Function.
The UK’s longest running Arab arts festival opens a door into Arab arts and culture as it goes digital for the first time in its history next week. Connecting artists and audiences from across the UK, this year’s festival will feature events from Ramallah, Beirut, London, Jerusalem, Morocco, Aleppo, Kuala Lumpur and more.
Following the Government’s announcement of the easing of lockdown restrictions last week, Merseyrail services will be increasing from Sunday 5 July. These changes to the service are being put in place to support the expected increase in passenger numbers, as more people begin to make necessary journeys across the City Region.
MSB’s Property Finance team has arranged a £3 million loan on behalf of lender Redwood Bank, having acted in over £8m worth of transactions in May alone, despite a significant drop in market activity as a result of Covid-19.