Does your business or industry have an annual meeting? Could you consider bidding to bring a conference to Liverpool to support the city region’s recovery? We are here to help. We offer free advice and support to bid for and host events in the city, as well as providing the opportunity to network with other influential people in the same position. This support is available whether you are bringing a meeting for 50 or a conference for 5,000 people.
Join us and make a difference
DR JAIFENG ZHOU Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering and Electronics. University of Liverpool.
Professor of Child Health, University of Liverpool.
Dr Mark Robinson
Reader of Biomechanics, Liverpool John Moores University.
Professor in Paediatric Dentistry, University of Liverpool.
Dr Claudia Mettke-Hofmann
Lead for Animal Behaviour, School of Biological and Environmental Sciences. Liverpool John Moores University.
Assistant Director of Quality and Regulatory Compliance. NHS Blood and Transplant.
Creative Technologist, formerly Co-Director of the Experimental Technologies Lab and Immersive Arts Programme Lead at LJMU.
SHOWCASING LIVERPOOL TO THE WORLD. SUPPORTING YOUR CITY.
WHAT YOU DO
Ambassadors are required to influence the decision making process of an event or conference to be held in Liverpool. To help spread the word and encourage new members we ask Ambassadors to promote Club Liverpool to their colleagues, memberships and associations, include the Club Liverpool Ambassador email signature and attend our networking events.
YOUR EVENT WILL BENEFIT YOUR CITY WITH A MULTITUDE OF OPPORTUNITIES
Not only an immediate economic impact and keeping people in jobs, the event will increase the city’s appeal and broaden our visitors. Here’s an illustration of how your event will help Liverpool’s recovery.
1. Conference event
Your conference will create a positive ripple effect for Liverpool City Region.
2. Conference activities
Conferences need many elements working together to deliver a successful event.
Hundreds of local businesses are essential to the event industry and delegate experience.
Thousands of local people are employed by the businesses in a vast range of roles.
Our ambassadors symbolise the excellence of Liverpool’s academics and professionals, who by volunteering their time, are invaluable to the economic growth of the city region. Colin Sinclair, Chair, Club Liverpool.
MEET THE TEAM
Jenny heads up the Convention Bureau team, focusing on raising Liverpool’s profile as a premier meetings and events destination across the world. This includes arranging Liverpool’s presence at trade shows, print and digital marketing campaigns and exploring new opportunities.
Jane identifies and brings on board new ambassadors as well as being the key contact for those already involved. She will help ambassadors to pinpoint key events that could come to Liverpool and work with the rest of the bureau and ACC team who will provide expert support from bid stage to hosting the event. Jane also organises networking events for members and prospective ambassadors.
Rachael is responsible for supporting Club Liverpool Ambassadors with bidding for and planning their conference in the Liverpool City Region, working in partnership with venues such as ACC Liverpool, hotels and unique venues such as museums and Liverpool Cathedral. She also researches potential events that match Liverpool's core sector strengths.
Lisa is responsible for the delivery of client services with a focus on enquiries for conferences/events and accommodation within the convention bureau. She develops and manages relationships with key event organisers and associations who are bringing a conference/event to Liverpool, offering them the highest levels of customer service and ensuring the best possible support for their event.
Adrian is responsible for driving and delivering conference and exhibition sales strategies; developing existing and creating new client and stakeholder relationships; generating new business opportunities and maximising revenue and growth.