managing & marketing city centre manchester
CityCo is a membership organisation that connects businesses with each other, and public agencies, to drive forward initiatives that support an improved, thriving and aspirational city experience. We seek to support economic growth and ensure the city is competing on national and international scale.
We represent companies across sectors, sizes and locations; giving businesses a voice, ensuring they can run effectively and expand activities. We operate at both a strategic level with city decision-makers and on a tactical level, providing solutions and delivering on the ground. We report to a Board of the city’s influential business leaders.Read about what we do
CityCo manages Manchester’s first Business Improvement District (BID) – Heart of Manchester.
Running for 5 years, the BID is an opportunity to build on our successes, energy and optimism to make Manchester as successful as we know it can be. The business plan has been led by city centre retailers and focuses on delivering promotional and customer service initiatives such as our new Where to Go Manchester Guide Book, City Hosts, Chinese New Year and Manchester’s urban gardening festival Dig the City.
We’re looking for a new Assistant Events Producer to bring our city centre events to life. Click to read job description. Deadline for applications: Wednesday 19 March.
Mike Rawlings, the training and liaison officer at Manchester’s Business Crime Reduction Partnership, has been named Business Watch Co-ordinator of the Year by Greater Manchester Police, for services to the retail sector in Manchester city centre
CityCo members are invited to join us at our next CitySession event, in conversation with Royal Exchange Theatre Executive Director, Fiona Gasper. Wednesday 19 March, 8-10am.
Nelson Beaumont-Laurencia (34) has been appointed as the Heart of Manchester Business Improvement District’s first events producer.
Out House has commissioned artists to create a mural on the hoardings around the Dreamscape Garden show garden on the Dale Street car park off Hilton Street
city centre voices
Tonight #The People celebrate International Women's Week feat trailblazing female artists & Mary Wilson of the Supremes on happiness
We also meet an author who talks about her debut children's book and we find out if it's hard to get on in the literary world as an Asian
On Indus tonight we find out why a northwest MP is on a crusade to have Kashmiris recognised as a distinct community.
Wigan progress to the semi-finals of the FA Cup, against Arsenal, after a 2-1 win over Manchester City. #Wembley. How do you feel?
Police estimate upto 1000 people have marched through Manchester today in protest against the controversial gas extraction method -fracking.
Game on Wigan lead 2-1..Commentary now..@bbcradiomanc
Whatever happens between City and Wigan. Tell us what you think. 0161 228 2255. Text 81 3 33 then the word manc. Or tweet @bbcradiomanc
Can City comeback will Wigan win? Commentary now @bbcradiomanc ...
‘Trixi’ mirrors installed at key junctions across Mcr. Part of an ongoing programme to improve safety for cyclists. http://t.co/L7YONXW9vU
Second half Comm to come from the Etihad,then the post match phone in @bbcradiomanc with you till 7 alongside the " Goat" 0161 228 2255
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