Category : Media

25 Nov 2021

Good Business Festival Event – Family Fortunes – Event 7.12.21 at Southport Market

The Good Business Festival’s ‘Family Fortunes’ event take place on Tuesday 7th December from 5pm. It will offer an insight into family-run businesses and explore how the business dynamic of working alongside those related to you may help, or occasionally hinder, growth and progression. All businesses, regardless of whether they are family-run or not, are welcome to attend the evening event. It will feature a session with local entrepreneurs, leaders and family business owners. This will be followed by entertainment […]

28 Oct 2021

Liverpool City Council welcomes transformative culture funding

Liverpool City Council’s culture and development leads have welcomed the first significant, direct DCMS capital investment in Liverpool for ten years. Cabinet Member for Culture and Visitor Economy, Councillor Harry Doyle, and Cabinet Member for Strategic Developments and Housing, Councillor Sarah Doyle, have issued a joint statement following the announcement that the Government is to grant the city £22 million as part of its Levelling Up agenda. The funding will be used to generate a new lease of life around […]

15 Sep 2021

River of Light is back to illuminate Liverpool’s waterfront this autumn

After the event’s huge success in March which saw around 120,000 people safely enjoy the River of Light Trail, demand has been high for this spectacular outdoor art gallery to return to the city.    From Friday 22 October to Sunday 7 November, light installations with the theme Rhythm of the Light will take over the city centre, with each artwork inspired by Liverpool’s musical heritage, the majority of which will have an accompanying soundtrack.  Details of the artists who will be part […]

06 Sep 2021

Summer in the city – Marketing Liverpool Director, Chris Brown on Liverpool City Region’s Resilient Visitor Economy

There has been a lot of talk recently about how the visitor economy is performing in the city region, especially after the severe blow it has taken in the last 18 months through the pandemic. As always with such a complex sector, there isn’t a simple tell-all statistic that we can see in real time, but we thought it may be useful to give an overview given the conversations we regularly have with people across the sector. The state of […]

16 Jul 2021
To the left of the image shows a statue outside St Georges Hall dressed up.

City’s statues get a temporary makeover in unique arts project

Some of Liverpool’s most iconic statues are getting a whole new look this summer as part of a unique Sky Arts project. The documentary special, Statues Redressed, coming to Sky Arts and streaming service NOW in October, will see the artists challenge and celebrate the role of these statues in modern times, as part of the ongoing debate around who and what should be immortalised as public monuments. Chosen because of its rich history, Liverpool has the highest number of statues in […]

12 Jul 2021


Liverpool’s brand new Baltic Hotel is an eccentric mix of post-war modernism dressed in pre-war architecture. Where punk art meets urban chic, a colourful retreat for hipsters and hippies and the great and the good. Marketing Liverpool caught up with Suzanne McEldowney, Deputy Sales and Operations Director of Town Hotels Liverpool to find out more about her company’s latest venture, that’s already shaking-up Liverpool’s ever-lively Jamaica Street. TELL US ABOUT THE HOTEL & THE VISION BEHIND IT “The Baltic Hotel is […]

22 Apr 2021

Liverpool’s LightNight unveils seven new commissions

Open Culture’s arts festival hits 56% of its crowdfunder target. Liverpool’s LightNight will unveil seven new commissions when it returns on Friday 21 May 2021, in a combination of online and offline arts activity for the one night only arts festival. With a live drag cabaret event on Church Street, a synth-pop trio becoming a human instrument, a 3D cut out opera and a piece exploring sound waves and social gatherings, the theme of this year’s festival is ‘Play’. The […]

12 Mar 2021
Electric scooters on Liverpool's waterfront

Experience Liverpool with a little help from Voi

Liverpool’s most famous transport option is, of course, the ferry cross’ the Mersey. But that only gets you to the Wirral and back. Visitors who want to see much more of the city from the Royal Albert Dock to Sefton Park should investigate micro-mobility options introduced by Liverpool City Council including the CityBike scheme and recently-arrived Voi electric scooters. Voi’s bright coral e-scooters arrived in Liverpool in October, and people have flocked to try out the new vehicles. Voi users […]

23 Nov 2020


We’re looking for a ‘Project Director World Gymnastics Championships 2022’ to join our Sport Liverpool team to help define and deliver an outstanding, prestigious, world-class major international sport event!

28 Sep 2020