Woodlands Beauty Clinic creates ‘Baltic Neighbours’ campaign to champion UK’s ‘coolest place to live’

Woodlands Beauty Clinic is encouraging its ‘Baltic Neighbours’ to join forces to champion the area.

Following a recent article by The Times, which voted the Baltic Triangle as the UK’s ‘coolest place to live’, managing director of the Liverpool beauty and aesthetics brand Alison Stananought has created a collaborative initiative encouraging local businesses to club together to retain the postcode’s popularity.

Alison said: “As a business resident of the Baltic Triangle, it’s great to see so much happening within the area. With a number of exciting amenities from bakeries to beauty salons and gin gardens to crazy golf, we think it’s important to make sure that local business owners form strong affiliations to support one another, which is why the team behind Woodlands Beauty Clinic has created the ‘Baltic Neighbours’ campaign.

“We like to make sure that our Jamaica Street salon team are fully clued up on what’s going on in the area, and we enjoy recommending the local, independent businesses to all of our clients when they visit us for their treatments. Since we opened our doors here in the Baltic Triangle in January, we’ve already received great support from both residents and fellow businesses alike and hope to continue to work together to support the area.”

Director of Swanky Malone said: “The Baltic Triangle’s popularity continues to remain on the rise, and this has been cemented by The Times’ recent naming of the area as ‘coolest place to live in the UK’. We think it’s so important for local businesses to not only know about each other, but to promote each other’s offerings to continue to attract business and diverse custom to the area so we’re certainly looking forward to participating in the campaign.”

Michael Harry, owner of The Red Berry Club, said: “As a newly established business on Jamaica Street, it’s fantastic to be so warmly welcomed by the Baltic Triangle’s existing business owners. I’m looking forward to continuing to work together with our ‘Baltic Neighbours’ to continue to attract diverse trade to enjoy the area’s many eclectic offerings.”


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