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Two of Liverpool’s development agencies have agreed to combine their marketing forces to attract European funding worth £2m.

The agreement between the city council’s Liverpool Vision organisation and the Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) will mean that the newly established, Marketing Liverpool, will take the lead on promoting the city region.

The BBC has confirmed that a new studio sitcom from Ben Elton has begun filming at MediaCityUK.

The Wright Way, which had the working title of Slings and Arrows, features David Haig (The Thin Blue Line, Yes Prime Minister), Mina Anwar, Toby Longworth and Joanne Matthews.

The National Film and Television School (NFTS) has chosen Skylab's 'Media Tank' video platform to deliver its substantial library of high quality video content that the organisation has created and collated.

PR agency Paver Smith, which currently advises the Sci-Tech Daresbury Enterprise Zone, has this week been appointed to manage the creative and PR requirements of three businesses in the sector.

The monthly lifestyle title for the lakes, Cumbria Life, is hosting its second annual food and drinks awards tomorrow night at Kendal College.

Beever and Struthers has acquired a majority stake in The Company Books (TCB), an accountancy practice based in Tech City, Shoreditch. TCB specialises in providing services to the creative services industries.

Cheshire digital agency Blueleaf has added six new members of staff to its team following what it says has been a sharp rise of 40% in turnover over the past couple of years.

John Greenway is to succeed Russell Craig as head of communications at MAG, Manchester Airports group.

In what it claims is a first for the UK, Greater Manchester Police has used geo-location technology, in the form of an App, to enable citizens to 'become crime fighters' and to develop closer and better engagement with their local neighbourhood policing teams.

IProspect, the specialist digital agency owned by Aegis, which opened in Manchester less than a year ago, now has over 50 staff.


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