Liverpool BID became a member of GBD Innovation Club
We are delighted to announce that Liverpool BID, England, joined GBD Innovation Club.
Liverpool’s business districts stretch from the city’s famous waterfront and Three Graces, through to the historic St George’s Hall. Stretched over 200 hectares, the business district receives daily 30 thousand talents working all in more than 450 companies.
With two BID areas, Culture & Commerce and Retail & Leisure, the aim of Liverpool BID, the district managing company, is to bring added value to the city’s 1,000 levy-paying businesses, to build on the core services within the city to foster safety and security, to ensure BID areas are clean and attractive, and to create the right environment for every business to succeed, drive footfall and support destination marketing.
Supporting and championing public art and Liverpool’s world-renowned cultural offer helps to create a city that is on every visitor’s bucket list, from The Beatles to contemporary art. A Public Art Strategy welcomes new art to the city Centre, including The Liverpool Plinth championing British sculptors and an ongoing partnership with Liverpool Biennial.
Focusing on the three pillars of resilience, community and place making, Liverpool BID works to create and deliver a dedicated and bespoke strategy to help the city’s mixed economy to grow and thrive. As a platform for change and a champion for business, Liverpool BID is leading Liverpool as an ambitious and forward-looking city into the 21st century.
«We are delighted to join GBD Innovation Club, as the first business district in England to do so. Liverpool has always been a city that looks outwards, and strengthening these international ties help to foster that sense of ambition and purpose. Our goal is to build networks and relationships with cities and parties throughout this international club, spreading the word of the innovation, drive and opportunity that working with Liverpool can bring. As the world opens up again, we are pleased that we can be one of the first through its doors », – said Bill Addy, CEO of Liverpool BID.