Introducing business people to business opportunities

Networking with like minded people to the benefit of both

We believe in the power of networking and so will bring you some very select events on this page. We would love to meet you at one of them soon.

Thinking Big and Being Bold: Plans for a Healthier City

Thursday 15 Oct 2020 @ 9:30am – 11:00am

About this Event

Thinking Big and Being Bold: plans for a healthier city with The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust and Peter Moore.

Merseyside has a problem with cancer. People in our region are more likely to develop cancer than almost anywhere else in the UK, so it’s no surprise that it’s the biggest cause of death locally. But things are changing.

In recent years, The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust – the specialist cancer trust serving the 2.4m people of Cheshire and Merseyside – has been on a mission to transform cancer care in our region.



Economic Update from Philip Shaw – Investec Chief Economist

Tuesday 20 Oct 2020 @ 12:00pm – 01:00pm

About this Event

Philip Shaw is the Chief Economist for the Investec plc group, you may have heard him speak for Professional Liverpool and Professional Manchester earlier in the year at the peak of the Covid pandemic and if not there then you may well have seen him in any one of his regular commentator slots covering the economy and financial markets in the media and on TV.

He graduated with an Economics degree from Bath University and a master’s in Econometrics from the University of Manchester. He started his career in the Government Economic Service at the Department of Energy before joining Barclays as an economist/econometrician.



Thursday 08 October 2020 

The World is Changing and Business is responding….

The Good Business Festival is part of a global movement that believes in the power of business to affect positive change. Our Biennial “International Business Festival”, last held in Liverpool in June 2018, will start this year on 08 October. This time it is called “The Good Business Festival”.

Although this year it has got to be virtual, there is a brilliant line up of panellists and moderators. To get the full list and to register, check out

Exciting times ahead for all you “movers and shakers”.

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The Good Business Festival
08 October 2020


World Wide Wednesday, Northern Ireland then, now and future.
Wednesday 07 Oct 2020 20:30 – 21:30

Memories of Northern Ireland during the troubles from a top journalist experiences….

This month World Wide Wednesday and the European Movement Merseyside host 2 well known people relater to Nt Ireland politics….

A political commentator discussing where GB & NI stands now.
A British and Irish politics professor based

 Gordon Burns is a Northern Irish journalist and broadcaster who anchored the evening news programme for Ulster Television through the first 4, and probably most violent years, of the troubles in Nt. Ireland. Tough Interviews with leading politicians often led to death threats, mini riots flaring up outside the building, building evacuations after bomb warnings etc …..

Jon Tonge is a British and Irish politics professor based in the Department of Politics Studies at the University of Liverpool.

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WorldWideWednesday  07 Oct 2020

Professional Liverpool Outdoor Event

Friday 11 Sep 2020 @ 9:00am – 5:00pm

Approaching the weekend why not do something different! Pro Liverpool is runing a relaxed day out complete with some  exercise. Definately a date for the diary of all you cyclists lovers…

Save the date for the North Wales route.


Professional Liverpool in partnership with DGB

Thursday 10 Sep 2020 @ 11:00am – 12:00pm

Hosted by CEO Professional Liverpool, Andrew Ruffler, and in partnership with DGB Solicitors, this event looks to the future of hospitality, featuring an interview with Debbie Black, CEO DGB and Lorna Davidson, CEO/Founder redwigwam.

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Professional Liverpool
What will the recruitment landscape be like in the future?

Tuesday 08 Sep 2020 @ 11:00am – 11:50am BST

As many organisations are discovering new ways of working in the light of the Covid-19 virus, what impact is this having on recruitment and HR planning? Will the pandemic’s legacy be that of more online and virtual recruitment? Will the traditional face-to-face interview become ‘redundant’ as we retain a much more flexed- and technology-based approach to work and HR?



World Wide Wednesday

Liverpool City Region – Weathering the Storm.

This month World Wide Wednesday and the European Movement Merseyside host the Shadow Minister for International Trade, Bill Esterson and the Deputy Mayor of Liverpool Gary Millar.

Our speakers have a wealth of knowledge of international trade with the EU and across the rest of the world. They both represent parts of the Liverpool City Region, so are very aware of the particular challenges faced by local people and businesses in these challenging times.

Bill Esterson MP for Sefton Central, has been Shadow Minister for International Trade since 2016. Previously he was Shadow Minister for Small Business from 2015 to 2020.

Cllr Gary Millar, Deputy Mayor of Liverpool City Council, who has represented the city and its businesses around the world.

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WorldWideWednesday  02 Sept 2020



Professional Liverpool, representing the Professional and Business Services Sector (PBS) and wider business community, is an exciting organisation with a clear objective – to be the leading LCR membership organisation promoting, supporting and representing the interests of the PBS Sector in the LCR. 

Professional Liverpool in partnership with Ai Change Management present:
The Value of Collaboration

“If we can’t live together, we’re going to die alone.”

Do you recognise the quote? It was a statement made by Dr Jack Shephard in the long running TV series, Lost.

Lost was an American drama television series that followed the survivors of a commercial jet airliner flying between Sydney and Los Angeles, after the plane crashes on a mysterious island somewhere in the South Pacific Ocean.

After the crash, Dr. Jack Shephard became the leader due to his skills and strengths. In one of his most inspiring speeches, he gave it to the survivors straight:

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There’s great joy and excitement for most of us to see Hospitality reopen to the public, albeit slowly and within social distancing rules. The Cubhouse is opening it’s doors from 4th July and can’t wait to welcome you.

Whether it’s a belated celebration, a long-awaited Hanging Kebab fix, or to enjoy a cold refreshing pint… secure your table now!