The venue has hosted more than 1,300 performances since opening in 2008
The venue has welcomed 5.6 million visitors since opening
Creative agency the Mammoths have secured a contract to produce the National Education Union conference
Director of Carringtons Catering Helen Wynn discusses how the hospitality sector in Liverpool is changing
National Museums Liverpool is set to launch its rebranded events business, offering corporate and private venue hire opportunities across the City Region.
Liverpool-based Epic Apart Hotel has opened its latest property in the city’s RopeWalks area. Apartment hotels can provide big savings for delegates and business travellers, provided the team is close-knit and doesn’t mind sharing a kitchen and facilities. The new Epic property at 75 Duke Street boasts 17 contemporary apartments, bringing the company’s occupancy in the city centre to 35 apartments and studios. Epic has invested £800k in transforming a former office building, which had been derelict since 1984. There are two mezzanine studios in the new property, one featuring a showcase co
Productivity in the UK is set to rise by 10.7%, according to a study commissioned by the International Festival for Business (IFB 2016). Over the last five years the trend has seen slow productivity and disposable income growth – however economists at Oxford Economics, the economic forecasters, are predicting a dramatic turnaround with both indicators improving significantly from 2015 to 2020. Productivity will rise by a total of 10.7%, driving real personal disposable incomes to rise by a total of
The Exhibition Centre Liverpool, the latest addition to the ACC Liverpool venue complex, has confirmed 15 exhibitions ahead of its official September launch. Exhibition Centre Liverpool will host concerts for up to 6,000 people, sporting events, and large conferences and banquets. The integrated 216-room Pullman hotel is taking bookings from January next year.
A convention bureau has rebranded its ambassador programme. The Club Liverpool programme will be unveiled this week at IMEX in Frankfurt. The new programme is led by Liverpool Convention Bureau in partnership with ACC Liverpool. A refreshed website, ClubLiverpool.co.uk, allows ambassadors to access event news, networking opportunities, and key information. Liverpool’s ambassadors have helped attract over 120 national and international events to the city region since its inception in 2004. Jane Fawley, Club Liverpool programme manager said the aim is to double the number of city ambassador