BID Foundation Annual Conference – 30th April, London

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BID Foundation Annual Conference – 30th April, London


The BID Foundation represents over 80 towns and cities in the UK that are obliged to improve their local trading environment, for the benefit of their levy payers and for those that live or work there. BIDs are key mechanisms of local economic development and in our inaugural annual conference we wish to reflect on the relationships between towns and cities and the role BIDs can play in building stronger networks and developing more effective regional economic policy.
(Source: The BID Foundation)

Delighted that our Director John Till is chairing a discussion at this annual conference later this month which looks at ‘Identifying the different roles and functions of town and city centres in a regional network’.   The panel includes Ojay McDonald, CEO of the Association of Town Centre Management (www.atcm.org) and Rebecca McDonald of Centre for Cities think tank (www.centreforcities.org) and is part of a much wider agenda for the day with the conference title dedicated to looking at stronger ties between towns and cities and their Business Improvement Districts for improved economics and resilience.

Being held at Southwark Cathedral in London, this event has now sold out to a capacity audience but the full programme and more information can be seen here bit.ly/2IqM3tI