Our home is in the top 10 cities for business, and here are some of the reasons

Milton Keynes. The city designed to be a utopia for British citizens that would change the way urban areas looked and functioned; the place to be for business, housing and leisure. The city that is home to All Things Business MK.

Now boasting the third highest number of businesses per head, the third highest GVA per worker and one of the highest start-up rates of all British cities, Milton Keynes has recently been ranked in Management Today’s top 10 cities for business in the UK in 2019, alongside cities such as Manchester and Birmingham.

Let’s take a look at a few of the reasons why Milton Keynes is a great place to do business:

It’s a fantastic commuting city

There are more than 18 million people within an hour away from Milton Keynes, making it an exceptional place for potential development with new business opportunities and the chance to employ highly skilled employees who may not live in the city but would be willing to commute.

The population

Milton Keynes’ population has been one of the fastest growing of all cities in Britain. The opportunity to recruit skilled employees is strengthened by university schemes & the local college, and not to mention the School of Management at Cranfield University only a couple of miles down the road.

It was designed for it

As we mentioned earlier, Milton Keynes was literally designed for business and leisure, and the opportunities are only going to keep growing. By 2026, The Milton Keynes Core Strategy aims to deliver a minimum of 28,000 new homes and 40,000 new jobs.

We’re proud to be in Milton Keynes. Are you?

What’s on in Milton Keynes?

In addition to being one of the top 10 cities for business, we all know that Milton Keynes is also the perfect location for leisure activities. Whether you’re looking for something to do with friends over the summer, or you’re stuck with what to do to entertain the kids during the summer holidays, here’s our top “What’s On” in MK over July and August.

Woburn Sands Festival

On Saturday 6th July, the Woburn Sands Festival returns. Enjoy a day of fun with family or friends; listen to some fantastic live music, indulge in delicious local food and soak up some sun whilst raising money for local charities! Woburn Sands Festival is free to attend.

Find out more here: www.woburnsandsfestival.org/

AIG Women’s British Open

The Women’s British Open will be held at Woburn Golf Club from Thursday 1st August to Sunday 4th August. You don’t need to be a keen golfer to enjoy the event; there will also be plenty of activities, exhibition & retail stands, and good food to enjoy off course.

MK Pride 2019

The fun, vibrant and colourful event is back. MK:Pride will be returning on Saturday 10th August. The parade will start at 12pm at Fred Roche Gardens and the event will finish at 8pm.

Find out more here: www.mkpride.org

The Beach at Frosts Garden Centre

Stuck with ideas of what to do with the kids during the summer holidays? The Beach at Frosts Garden Centre is back and will be open until 3rd September. Keep the little ones entertained with lots of fun & games and unlimited fruit & drinks for just £4.99 at peak times (£2.99 during term time).

Amy Bampton - All Things Business