Liverpool’s thriving economy..

Everyman Cinema, Metquarter, Liverpool, L1 6DA | 19.11.2019

Liverpool is the fastest growing UK city outside of London. As a destination boasting a vibrant cultural hub and emphasis on creating exceptional quality of life it’s no wonder the city has a young, creative, growing population. With a third of the workforce currently aged 16-19 and a fifth in their 20s, it’s the young professionals creating businesses which is driving the economic growth in the city.

But with the lack of Grade A offices, the competition for space is fierce. As a result, new infrastructure and private property developments are popping up all over the city, offering large boosts to the economy and investors alike. So, what next for this thriving city?

  • - How will Liverpool ensure it remains strong competition for its neighbouring cities?
  • - Will the city be able to provide flexible office spaces for the young, growing workforce?
  • - And what’s on the agenda for ensuring Liverpool remains a top destination?

Join EG to hear from the experts, question the panel and have your say about the future of Liverpool.


    17:30 – Reception
    18:30 – Debate
    19:30 – Networking
    21:00 – Close

Speakers include:

  • Bill Addy, Chief Executive, Liverpool BID Company
  • Helen Brown, Real Estate Partner, Brabners
  • Stephen Cowperthwaite, Principal, Managing Director – Liverpool, Avison Young
  • Henry Martin, Development Manager, Kier Property
  • Sue Patterson, Head of Business Growth (Liverpool City Region), Morgan Sindall
  • Tony Reeves, Chief Executive, Liverpool City Council
  • Frank Rogers, Chief Executive, Liverpool City Region Combined Authority (Keynote)
  • Chair: Damian Wild, Editor-in-Chief, EG
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