Organiser: Networking in the City
Location: Sakura, Exchange Flags, Liverpool
Insight into what the future holds for regeneration in Merseyside will be given to Liverpool Curry Club members at their meeting on 3 May.
John Tatham, partnerships director at fund manager Igloo, will talk about the £30m Chrysalis Fund launched in March to kick-start regeneration across the city area.
The funding has been allocated from the North West's share of ERDF as part of the Jessica initiative and will be invested in commercial property and regeneration projects throughout the region, including Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley, St Helens and Wirral.
The Chrysalis Fund is managed by the Igloo Consortium, which comprises Igloo, GVA and Royal Bank of Canada Capital Markets.
The Liverpool Curry Club, sponsored by Hill Dickinson, convenes at 12pm at Sakura on Exchange Flags, price £20.