Category Archives: Liverpool Business

Some of our current Financial, Legal & Estate Agency Job Vacancies in England & Wales…

Please find some of the current positions that we are recruiting for via the vacancies section of our website. For more professional job vacancies, please click the link to our vacancies / job opportunities page on our website. Equity Release Advisor Location: Birmingham Salary: £40,000 to £100,000pa View more Summary: Our client, an AR intermediary […]

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Legal Industry Recruitment

About our Legal Industry Recruitment Division… Profession Direct – Legal Services Division is an expert led recruitment agency offering career development and continuous professional development training and support.  We are able to offer access to the following legal services roles: Para Legals Legal Executives Solicitors inc. Criminal Lawyers, Family Lawyers, Conveyancing Lawyers, Private Client Lawyers, Commercial Lawyers & Contract Lawyers. Will […]

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Further Anfield expansion may be shelved – Henry

Liverpool’s owner says plans to further expand Anfield may not go ahead over fears about the fans’ response to ticket price rises. Source BBC Sport – Sport http://ift.tt/2dtHGex

https://latestn3ws.wordpress.com/2016/09/29/further-anfield-expansion-may-be-shelved-henry/

Five Copa America stars who could make Liverpool transfers

Atletico Madrid’s Matias Kranevitter may be available on loan next season (Picture: Getty Images)The Copa America could prove a shop-window exercise for many Premier League clubs — including Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool. Klopp is busy identifying and pursuing targets ahead of his first full campaign as Reds manager, and while he has largely utilised the Bundesliga…

http://metro.co.uk/2016/06/09/five-copa-america-stars-who-could-make-liverpool-transfers-5918004/

Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle & Sunderland Cities benefit by Millions for hosting Premier League Football!

According to a recent study by GoEuro many UK Cities should be very thankful that they have a team in the Premier League including Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle & Sunderland.  

The GoEuro study looked at revenue generated annually by the Premier League.
The revenue was measured from national transport, inner-city transport, food and beverage and accommodation although the cost of tickets was not included.

The study found that the UK cities participating in the Premier league generate a total annual income of £447,688,000, and this income was shared out by some of the U.K.’s top Cities including Manchester & Liverpool being 2nd & 3rd on the lists earning £69.8m & £43.8m for hosting Premier League Football.

Of the factors studied food and beverage was one of the biggest generator of income with millions being spent by supporting fans at local restaurants, bars and stadium stalls.

Inner-city transport also generated millions in extra income  for the local transport industry.

Regional transport and local accommodation also did well.

Maintaining the Premier League status of their team or teams should be important for all of these Premier League host cities.

The Total revenue generated by each UK host city to the Premier League were as follows:

London – £134,337,000
Manchester – £69,810,000
Liverpool – £43,884,000
Birmingham –£30,630,000
Newcastle – £28,124,000
Sunderland – £22,860,000
Leicester – £16,668,000
Southampton – £15,850,000
Norwich – £14,544,000
Stoke-on-Trent – £13,658,000
Watford – £11,118,000
Swansea – £10,927,000
Bournemouth – £5,836,000

Liverpool’s Lovren to Croatia: Start me at EURO 2016 or I won’t go

After getting into an argument with the Croatian manager over the international break, Dejan Lovren has threatened to sit out EURO 2016.

http://soccer.nbcsports.com/2016/04/11/liverpools-lovren-to-croatia-start-me-at-euro-2016-or-i-wont-go/

Asda takes dig at THAT Morrisons casting call stating ‘nobody from Liverpool please’

This advert appeared on a Casting Calls website with some controversial requirements (Picture: Casting Networks)When a casting call went out from Morrisons recently for one of their social media campaigns, it included some pretty controversial requirements. Namely the fact that it singled out an entire city after specifying that ‘nobody from Liverpool’ should apply. MORE:…

http://metro.co.uk/2016/04/04/asda-takes-dig-at-that-morrisons-casting-call-stating-nobody-from-liverpool-please-5795087/

Northern business startups news!

  

UK Business Start-Ups Grow by 28% in a Year with Manchester, Newcastle, Liverpool & Leeds up by 37%, 37%, 35% and 33% respectively.

Much of the start-ups growth was fueled by the regions with the slowest growth in London.

The number of new business start-ups has grown by 28% across the UK over the past year, according to an analysis of Companies House data by Instant Offices.   

The increase in start-up businesses across the UK has been driven by the regional cities with Nottingham showing the highest concentration of new business registrations; 68% more companies were started in 2014/5 compared to the previous financial year in the city.   

  

London experienced some of the smallest proportional growth across the UK at just 21% but which, in totality, still demonstrates a significant increase in new start-ups.  

The increase in new companies appears to be particularly strong in the Midlands and North; cities in these areas increased proportionately faster than their southern counterparts, including the Capital. Key areas for growth include Bristol, which grew by 40%, Birmingham which grew by 39%, Manchester 37% & Newcastle 37%.
  
In the Welsh capital, Cardiff the growth was 29%.

Tim Rodber, CEO of Instant Offices says: “Demand for office space has been very strong in the regions for the past year but the aggressive growth of starts up in particular shows, in our view, a shift in the balance of the workforce and the way they are working.   

“The UK’s contingent workforce – those freelancers, consultants, and one-man companies – are acting as sources of growth and innovation across the country and this is symbolized by the increased demand for flexible office space. We can track this by the increase in demand for one to two desk requirements in offices across the country. Nottingham, for example, saw a 37 per cent increase in new office enquiries from 2014 to 2015, obviously driven by these increases in start-ups.”

“Start-up growth and demand for offices has been driven by London since 2010 but now the balance has shifted to the regions where, perhaps, renewed confidence in the economy is seeing growth in entrepreneurialism. I should be clear that London is, of course, the largest market for such growth, but the demand in smaller markets is remarkable and this is symbolized by growth in Nottingham, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle and on similar sized cities.”

Startups Stats

  • City Leaders 
  • % Increase / Decrease in Registrations
  • Number of Startups this year
  • Nottingham
  • 68%
  • 21676
  • Bristol
  • 40%
  • 21753
  • Birmingham
  • 39%
  • 168440
  • Newcastle Upon Tyne
  • 37%
  • 15734
  • Manchester 
  • 37%
  • 67,102
  • Coventry
  • 36%
  • 18785
  • Liverpool
  • 35%
  • 77246
  • Edinburgh
  • 33%
  • 20410 
  • Leicester
  • 32%
  • 18260 
  • Belfast
  • 32%
  • 17673 
  • Brighton
  • 30%
  • 22345 
  • Cardiff
  • 29%
  • 16423
  • Leeds
  • 33%
  • 18018 
  • Glasgow
  • 30%
  • 49257
  • London
  • 21%
  • 593562 

Instant has highlighted several sectors with key growth data. These are all available as heat maps to illustrate where these businesses are opening across the Capital.

About Companies House

Companies House is a Government organisation with which all limited companies need to register by law.

About the Instant Group

The Instant Group has been delivering innovative property solutions since 1999, redefining the property sector by putting our clients and their business strategy at the heart of everything we do. 

Our team of experts find, create and manage workspaces that help clients grow and thrive, leveraging our global network to procure the perfect serviced offices and to develop and deliver bespoke workspaces in a unique way. 

Every year The Instant Group sources flexible property solutions for over 7,000 businesses through our dedicated serviced office broking company, Instant Offices. 

With offices in London, Berlin, Dallas, New York and Sydney, The Instant Group employs more than 100 experts and has clients in 113 countries. 

For more information see:

www.instantoffices.com

The Northern business startups news post was written “By Mike Armstrong”