Liverpool is a city with unique attractions, exciting events and world class sport offerings. Liverpool is also the ideal destination to visit and do business.
Why exhibit there?
Liverpool is a global city, proud of its heritage and culture but also passionate about looking to the future. This makes it an inspiring and exciting place to do business.
In common with much of the rest of the UK, Liverpool's economy is dominated by service sector industries, both public and private, with over 60% of all employment in the city in this sector.
With regular bus services to and from Liverpool John Lennon Airport travelling by public bus into the city center is a quick and efficient way to start your journey.
Restrictions on what you can bring into the country
Fairly standard list: illegal drugs, offensive weapons, eg flick knives, self-defence sprays, eg pepper spray and CS gas, endangered animal and plant species, rough diamonds, indecent and obscene materials, personal imports of meat and dairy products from most non-EU countries
Main exhibition venues
Exhibitions we have supported
Services we provide
- Booth Host/Hostess
- Lead Generator
- Crowd Gatherer
- Product Demonstrator
- Hospitality Staff
- Brand Ambassador
- Team Leaders
- Event Managers
Key tourist hotspots
Think of Liverpool and you think of The Beatles.
So let’s start there.
Liverpool is the birthplace of The Beatles. Various tours offer fans the opportunity to follow in their footsteps (Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields) and usually include The Beatles Story in Albert Dock and the rebuilt Cavern Club, where they made their debut in 1961.
- Alma de Cuba’s wide choice of dishes incorporates the restaurant’s in-house versions of Iberian classics such as paella, or Caribbean flavours such as jerk chicken.
- Hanover Street Social dishes up award-winning cocktails, contemporary food in a very sparky atmosphere.
- Local currency is the pound.
- Language is English.
- You may need a visa to come to the UK. Check the list to see.
- Plug sockets are the three pin rectangular type.
- There are no obvious cultural sensitivities in the UK, however you might want to take note of any business peculiarities:
- In general, the British value time-keeping for business arrangements.
- Gift giving is not a usual part of British business etiquette.
- People are very private and like to break the ice with generalist topics such as the weather.