managing & marketing city centre manchester
CityCo strives to make Manchester city centre a better place to work, visit and live. We all want Manchester to be a thriving, competitive and sustainable international city. At CityCo, we connect businesses with public agencies, bringing together the people and ideas to make great things happen.
CityCo is your city centre management company. It is an independent membership organisation. Our business network covers all sizes, sectors and locations across the city centre. We help you to shape what happens here, expand activities and connect with the right people at the right time. Read about how you can benefit from membership.
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 Where to Go Manchester Guide Book, City Hosts, Chinese New Year celebrations and Manchester’s urban gardening festival Dig the City.
Full entertainment line-up confirmed for The Manchester Picnic.
The Manchester Picnic is returning this August (29th – 31st) to entertain families and foodies in Piccadilly Gardens.
CityCo is seeking to employ a Marketing Manager to work with our partners at Marketing Manchester to develop and deliver seasonal marketing campaigns.
Modern Designers and the Heart of Manchester BID celebrate Dig the City with a new visual identity and advertising campaign
CityCo has worked with Modern Designers and illustrator Andy Smith to create a refreshed visual identity for Dig the City, which has run out across a national, regional and local marketing campaign.
From fabulous floral window displays to garden-inspired events, menus, kid’s activities and beauty treatments, Manchester city centre stores are a must-visit.
city centre voices
View from the MPA: Claire Tennant, managing director at MC2: The ubiquitous nature of technology means that an... http://t.co/Hk6AfRo6Ap
Under-employment up by 18 per cent in the north west: The TUC analysis of the Labour Force Survey shows that a... http://t.co/NTIIR64249
Concern's growing for the welfare of a man missing from Tameside. Paul Richard Andrew who is 53 hasn't been seen for 2 weeks.
Up to 2,000 girls are believed to be at risk of female genital mutilation (FGM) in Greater Manchester, the PCC says http://t.co/wukKiPKHmO
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