managing & marketing city centre manchester
CityCo works to make Manchester a vibrant, prosperous, international city. We connect businesses and public agencies, bringing together the people, ideas and projects that make great things happen. As part of our city centre, you’re part of the story, part of what makes the city tick and part of what makes our city succeed.
We look after 1,000 businesses, from international head offices to SMEs and from independent restaurants to retailers. We offer operational and security support services. We run high-profile networking events, Manchester’s Business Improvement District – the Heart of Manchester BID and The PA Network. We host flagship events that bring people into the city and we work with city stakeholders, connecting people and shaping what happens here.
As a member, we help you to have your opinion heard, expand activities and meet with the right people at the right time. Read more about what we do.
With four days of the brightest Chinese New Year celebrations in the UK, welcome in the Year of the Rooster in Manchester city centre.
Work to provide rail improvements across the north of England will continue this Christmas, meaning changes to train services until the start of January 2017.
Season’s Greetings! It’s been a busy year for the Heart of Manchester BID. Our next printed newsletter is on its way to stores.
CityCo and the BID are working in partnership to help end homelessness in Manchester. Read more about how your business can help.
CityCo is hosting a drop-in session for members to meet with TFGM to discuss Nov- Jan works between St Peter’s Square and Exchange Square and potential impact on businesses along the route.
city centre voices
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Emma signing out for the evening, we are back from 7am tomorrow to assist with your travel queries. Have a great evening.
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Police say they're treating the death of 53-year-old Desmond O'Reilly from Hulme as murder. It's believed he was at… https://t.co/JvTeriEtfQ
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