The CPA Fruit and Wool Exchange Reception was attended by over 100 members. Hosted by Ashurst at their new London HQ in the Exchange, the event highlighted the increasing role that culture plays in shaping the City of London.
. @johnbarradell CEO & Town Clerk of @cityoflondon and @amylame Night Czar of London giving the keynote speeches at tonight’s evening reception discussing how the City has changed its offer to become an vibrant & attractive creative hub pic.twitter.com/8whcfHUJWw
— CPA (@CPA_London) November 7, 2019
Having reimagined itself as a vibrant centre of creativity, the City is increasingly attractive destination for global businesses and visitors alike. John Barradell OBE (Town Clerk and Chief Executive of the City of London Corporation) outlined the Corporation’s plans to expand the area’s global appeal as the place to “live, work and invest”. In 2018, the cultural and creative businesses grew four times faster in the City than anywhere else in London.
An honour to speak alongside @johnbarradell CEO & Town Clerk of @cityoflondon at tonight’s @CPA_London reception. We highlighted the great work the @MayorofLondon and the City are doing to ensure London is open to business, ideas & creativity- especially at night! ✨ pic.twitter.com/dfgKpvUWj7
— Amy Lamé ✨ (@amylame) November 7, 2019
London’s Night Czar, Amy Lamé, informed members of her work representing the capital’s diverse and dynamic evening economy, referencing the opportunities for the property industry to help further support the development of London’s night time offering. The 24 hour vision is the first of its kind and has paved the way for London to be the leading city in the world for evening investment.
— Martin Smith🔸🇪🇺 (@MartinSurveyor) November 8, 2019