The Mayoral 100 Club is an exclusive business network designed to forge local, national and global connections for Liverpool and its enterprises.
Mayor Joe Anderson is inviting a maximum of 100 companies to join his personal initiative which in return for an investment of £3,000, offers members exclusive access, benefits and commercial opportunities. As the host port city of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, our members have the chance to use the Liverpool 2018 Clipper Yacht in key markets of interest to grow business and trade opportunities. This includes in the markets of China, the US, Cape Town and all port stop-off destinations around the globe. Furthermore, The Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta, which has an economic impact value of £29m, will be returning to Liverpool in May. Our members stand to benefit from this event in many ways, from corporate hospitality opportunities to the chance to win sponsorship packages worth over £100K.
This network opens doors for businesses to key decision-makers in the city and in Government, with the backing of the Mayor of Liverpool. Our members have the opportunity to host once-in-a-lifetime staff and client events in the city. The Mayoral 100 Club’s accessible fee gives SMEs the chance to rub shoulders with giants and expose their business to new audiences and collaboration possibilities. These are just some of the high-value benefits our members enjoy.
We present a platform to build on the ambitions we have as a city. As the official business network of Liverpool 2018, we are inviting businesses to take this thrilling, not-to-be-missed journey celebrating the city’s position at the epicentre of UK art, culture, fashion, business and sport, attracting extensive worldwide global media exposure. With an estimated economic impact of £592 million, a PR value of £43.7 million and an estimated 9.2 million visitors drawn to the city during 2018, investing in this city’s renaissance is a global business opportunity.
“With your support, we aim to develop and deliver a world-class cultural programme, building even further on our national and international relationships with other cities, ports and maritime destinations for tourism, residents and business benefit.”
Joe Anderson OBE, Mayor of Liverpool