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NTIA partners with Bradford at Night to boost local economy

By Angela Green: NTIA partners with Bradford at Night to boost local economy.

The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) has announced a new partnership with Bradford at Night, an organization dedicated to supporting the local economy through strategic collaborations in the evening and night time sector.

This alliance underscores NTIA’s commitment to supporting and empowering businesses operating in the night-time economy amidst the challenges of the current economic climate. As part of this landmark collaboration, Elizabeth Murphy, the organization’s CEO, has been named the first NTIA Nightlife Ambassador for the city.

The partnership between NTIA and Bradford at Night underlines a shared commitment to promoting a vibrant and safe nightlife environment, promoting cultural diversity and supporting local businesses. By joining forces, both organizations aim to support the unique offers of Bradford’s nightlife economy, attracting visitors and stimulating economic growth.

“We are delighted to formalize our partnership with Bradford at Night,” said Michael Kill, CEO of the Night Time Industries Association. “This collaboration signifies our commitment to supporting and nurturing Bradford’s night-time economy, ensuring it thrives as a vibrant and inclusive space for all.”

The appointment of Elizabeth Murphy as the NTIA Nightlife Ambassador for Bradford marks a pivotal moment in the city’s nightlife scene. With her wealth of experience and passion for community engagement, Murphy is poised to drive positive change and advocate for the interests of businesses, residents and visitors alike, both locally and nationally.

“I am honored to serve as NTIA’s Nighttime Economy Ambassador for Bradford,” said Elizabeth Murphy. “I am committed to working closely with NTIA, in my role as CEO of Bradford at Night, and with other stakeholders to promote a safe, diverse and thriving night-time economy that benefits everyone in our community. “

NTIA recognizes the critical role played by organizations such as Bradford at Night in promoting an enabling ecosystem for businesses in the night time sector. By encouraging collaboration and advocacy, this partnership aims to amplify the voice of businesses and stakeholders, ensuring their concerns are heard and addressed effectively.

Bradford at Night, a leading organization dedicated to improving the city’s nightlife, social and cultural offerings, is excited about the partnership’s potential to drive innovation and collaboration across the sector.

“We believe that by working together with NTIA and other partners, we can unlock new opportunities and create a night-time economy that reflects the richness and diversity of Bradford,” said Tom Walling, Deputy Managing Director of Bradford at Night. “We are excited to embark on this journey with NTIA and allow Elizabeth to embrace the role of ambassador and be able to make an impact both locally and nationally.”

As NTIA’s Nighttime Economy Ambassador for Bradford, Elizabeth Murphy will play a key role in advocating for policies and initiatives that support the growth and sustainability of the city’s nighttime economy. Her appointment underlines the importance of community collaboration and engagement in shaping the future of Bradford’s nightlife scene.

For more information on NTIA and Bradford at Night, please visit here.

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