HitSearch has expanded within Liverpool Innovation Park following extensive growth since its launch four years ago. The company, which specialises in search engine marketing, outgrew the Baird House offices and has moved to a purpose built office in the Park’s newly opened Maxwell House Business Centre.
Set up in 2007 by co-founders Andy Redfern and Andy Donaldson, HitSearch now boasts a 16 strong team and regularly ranks within the top SEO agencies in the UK.
Andy Redfern, director of HitSearch acknowledged the role of Liverpool Innovation Park in its rapid growth. He said: "As a start up, we were looking for somewhere to offer us flexibility in terms of contract length and also an environment which compliments what we do.
"Being at the Innovation Park meant we were surrounded by a number of other forward-thinking companies in the digital sector who we could work with and share valuable leads and contacts."
Dr Mark Tock, Innovation Manager at Liverpool Innovation Park, said: "The Park’s flexible offering and proactive approach in fostering the relationships of its occupants is what builds successful business.
"Andy and the team at HitSearch were able to complete negotiations, undertake significant customisation of the premises and move into the new premises within four weeks. This is just one example where we support our clients from the early stages to enable hassle-free growth so they can get on with running their business."
HitSearch has taken residency in the Park’s Maxwell House Business Centre which offers immediate access to networking facilities as well as having its own boardroom and breakout space for customers and clients.
Liverpool Innovation Park, which includes Wavertree Technology Park, forms a key component of Merseyside’s knowledge economy.
Liverpool Innovation Park is operated by Space North West, a joint venture between Ashtenne Industrial Fund and the Homes and Communities Agency. Liverpool Innovation Park was part funded by the European Regional Development Agency (ERDF).