Warrington BID appoints new manager to help town to thrive
Helping to promote town as a choice location
Warrington BID is welcoming a new manager with a focus on promoting the town as a choice location to visit and do business in.
Amy Dawber has been appointed Warrington Business Improvement District manager, which will see her work with the local business community to improve the town and boost the local economy.
Her priorities will include supporting local businesses by promoting the towns vibrant retail, leisure and hospitality offer as well as working with key stakeholders to deliver a busy upcoming programme of festivals and events that Warrington will host in the future.
Amy said, on her appointment to the role “It is an absolute pleasure to accept this position. There is already a fantastic relationship with the local business community and I look forward to building on those relationships and working together to showcase Warrington as a location of choice.
“Warrington has a great history of independent businesses and major brands coming together to create a town centre that local residents can be proud of. There are many great reasons to visit and I am excited to do my part in helping to put Warrington on the map”.
The Business Improvement District (BID) is a business led partnership that helps local businesses and authorities work together to improve the local trading environment.
Jane Hough, Deputy Director of BIDS and Business Services at Groundwork Cheshire, Lancashire and Merseyside who manage the Warrington BID welcomed Amy's appointment to the team: “We are delighted to welcome Amy into the role and have no doubt that with her experience, energy and enthusiasm she will be a great asset to the town's appeal. Warrington has an exciting future and we look forward to seeing Amy support with its development as a vibrant destination where people can work, live and enjoy their leisure time.”