Liverpool Innovation Park’s new package for start-ups and SMEs has attracted two new businesses to its premises.
Zut Media, which specialise in the production of creative video and animation for broadcast, online and live for a wide range of corporate clients, moved to LIP from St. Helens and has taken 1155 sq ft.
Rigel Ship Management, which provides professional management services to cargo, bunker and tanker ship owners worldwide, was previously run from a home office but has now taken start-up space at LIP to accommodate its growth.
Both businesses are taking advantage of the new package LIP is offering to SMEs, with an integrated internet and telephone service being provided by Aimes Grid Services and Arrow Communications.
Delyth Lloyd, innovation manager at LIP, said: “We are pleased to be able to support the continued growth of small, ambitious companies such as Zut Media and Rigel.
“This support is further highlighted by LIP offering crucial services such as super-fast broadband and telephone services within the package. This offering means that new occupiers can now relocate with the confidence that these vital services are readily available to them as soon as they move in, providing a seamless, convenient service.”
Alan Gaffney of Zut Media, said: “We’d been looking at new premises for quite a while, and Liverpool Innovation Park really fitted the bill. Superfast internet is a must have for our core services of video production, digital and live video webcasting.
“We’re looking forward to setting up our studio to offer an affordable video webcasting facility to Merseyside businesses.”