Active Profile moves to Exchange

North West-based PR and marketing agency, Active Profile, has relocated its Liverpool office to Exchange Station in Tithebarn Street, following significant growth over the past 12 months.

Active Profile took 1,289 sq ft of newly refurbished office space at Exchange Station which recently underwent a £5m first-phase redevelopment by Space North West. The company, which recently hit its annual target of a 37% increase in turnover for 2012/2013, moved in this week.

Anna Heyes, managing director at Active Profile, said: "Liverpool Science Park has provided us with the perfect environment to develop the business over the last two years. The success we've enjoyed since moving here is testament to the Park's reputation as a place where young, knowledge-intensive businesses can thrive.

"The move to Exchange Station marks a new chapter in the Active Profile story and is one that we are very much looking forward to. Our newly refurbished office space suits us down to the ground and the refurbished concourse, super-fast broadband and Wi-Fi enabled spaces are definitely plus points for us and our guests."

Emily Armstrong, asset manager for Exchange Station, said: "We are very pleased to welcome Active Profile to Exchange Station. The team has played an integral role in the redevelopment of the building, having delivered its strategic PR, marketing and events programme. They know and understand the building inside out, so it seems only fitting for them to take office space here. We look forward to welcoming the team in October, just in advance of the official launch event in November."

Active Profile has a client base spanning sectors supporting large and small businesses across the UK, including property and regeneration, professional services, new media and technology, biomedical and finance. Active Profile also has an office on Deansgate in Manchester, with plans to open additional offices in the UK in the future.

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