Liverpool – partnerships to make the visitor economy stronger

Liverpool’s one of those great destinations with a powerful personality. And its people are passionate about their city. Which makes it a joy to work there: after all, we’re in the business of strong stories and emotional connections to place. And Liverpool certainly delivers.

Over the past few years, we’ve got involved with a number of the partnerships that make Liverpool tourism tick – from the Waterfront Partnership to the RopeWalks Stakeholders to the Liverpool LEP.  We’ve got a particular skill in helping partnerships sort out their priorities and make their plans – using live interactive events that challenge and engage key people.

We’ve developed a range of techniques that enable people to air their differences, agree common ground and then find ways to develop tourism together.  And that’s especially important in places that are changing at the rate Liverpool has been over recent years.

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