A World Class Investment Offer
Manchester is a leading European business destination and the most successful city for attracting foreign direct investment outside London across multiple industries. The birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, Manchester continues to be a city that innovates across a variety of sectors. The Data City for the UK's Top Digital Tech Cities – 2020 report shows how Manchester outperforms all other major UK cities in the fields of AI and data, advanced materials, cyber, construction tech, eCommerce, IoT, MedTech and service design.
Home to Leading Brands
Manchester provides an environment rich with commercial opportunities and has an outstanding reputation as a competitive place to do business. That’s why more than 2,000 foreign owned companies and leading brands such as Google, Amazon, Kellogg’s, Jaguar Land Rover and BNY Mellon have chosen to make Manchester their home.
Where the Experts Live
Today, the city region is home to more than 2.8 million people, providing businesses with access to an incredible talent pool of people and unique strengths across diverse sectors. This breadth and depth of expertise enables cross-industry opportunities for collaboration and a world-class offer for the international investor.
Ease of Doing Business
Manchester was the first city in the UK to gain governance over its economy, which means it has greater control over its transport, housing, planning, business skills, science and innovation. In particular, the city region has autonomy of its
£6 billion ($7.6 billion) health and social care budget – a landmark move in the development of UK health and social care policy.
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Aviva Investors has appointed the Leeds-based serviced office provider to operate 22,000 sq ft of flexible workspace at the city centre building. Gilbanks’ two-floor 11 York Street office is…
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For its fifth year, The Greater Manchester Green Summit will be held at The Lowry Theatre in Salford Quays on Monday 17 October. Hosted by the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, the…
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Indian-owned Manchester-based bike company Insync Bikes is reinforcing its position as one of the UK’s prime bicycle brands by launching a new range of ebikes for the UK’s independent…