Judges included broadcaster and journalist Peter Sissons, Channel 4 founder Sir Jeremy Isaacs, Liverpool One project director Rod Holmes, head of University of Liverpool Management School Murray Dalziel, and the University's Director of Partnerships and Innovation John Flamson.
What does ULMS stand for?
ULMS stands for University of Liverpool Management School (UK)
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We have 6 other meanings of ULMS in our Acronym Attic
- Urban League of Morris County (Morristown, NJ)
- United Lao Movement for Democracy (Minnesota)
- Ultra Light Machine Gun (gaming)
- Utilities and Light Manufacturing Industry Training Board (Australian Capital Territory)
- Uniform Logic Modeling Method
- Urban Land Management Project
- Undersea/Underwater Long-Range Missile System
- Underwater Launched Missile System
- Unit Level Message Switch
- United Late Model Series (racing)
- Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle (Washington)
- Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis
- Usage Log Management Tool (Electronic Frontier Foundation; San Francisco, CA)
- Undetected Lost Medical Utility
- Ulan Bator, Mongolia - Ulan Bator (Airport Code)
- Ultra Low Noise
- Unbreakable Linux Network (Oracle)
- Unique Learner Number
- Unit Line Number
- United Legal Network (est. 1999)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Fellow expert Tom Cannon, a professor of Strategic Development at the University of Liverpool Management School, said football agents had also played a part in securing better deals for their clients.
The survey, which was carried out by the University of Liverpool Management School, suggests that the figures may reflect this year's poor summer.
Prof Tom Cannon, head of strategic development at the University of Liverpool Management School, said: "He did a brilliant job at building up the business.
Professor Laura McAllister of the University of Liverpool Management School sat on Lord Ivor Richard's commission which recommended an increase in the number of AMs to 80.
Dr Alan Southern, of the University of Liverpool Management School, who analysed the data behind the report, said that one likely reason why the North-west was doing better than the Southern regions was that the slowdown in the housing market, and subsequently in consumer spending, were probably being felt more sharply in London and the South-east.
Dr Gary Warnaby, reader in marketing at the University of Liverpool Management School, said: "The review is to be welcomed - town and city centres are, indeed, multi-functional spaces.
The companies on the list, compiled by the University of Liverpool Management School, each have a turnover in excess of pounds 100m and collectively employ more than 400,000 people.