17th September 2018

NEW PARTNERS ANNOUNCED FOR THE BASE

The Base Partners

Three leading advisory businesses have joined an existing network of experts to help tenants at The Base maximise their growth potential.

The grade-A offices on Dallam Lane now house more than 220 employees in a range of businesses and the new partners will help speed up their access to leading-edge advice.

The intellectual property team at law firm Brabners, corporate finance advisors at accountants Jackson Stephen and promotional experts at CST Marketing join Santander, Inventya and FDR Law to provide a full suite of advisory services to tenants, including areas such as tax, R&D, innovation, law and product commercialisation.

“The Base has established itself as Warrington’s leading hub for innovative, high-growth businesses and our new partners broaden the range of expertise they can access to help them grow even faster,” said Sylvie Morton, business development manager at Langtree, who manage the building on behalf of owners Warrington & Co.

A twelve month programme of clinics and joint events delivered by the partners begins this month and includes subjects such as innovation, product commercialisation and Industry 4.0 technologies.  Tenants are then free to contract with the partners on more detailed support, as required.

Commenting on their backing for the initiative, Sarah Smith at business and tax advisors Jackson Stephen, said: “The success of The Base speaks for itself.  There’s no other hub like it in Warrington where so many people are involved in innovation and are focused on growth.  We’re delighted to be able to support such enterprising businesses and to help them accelerate their development.  Warrington is well known for its high levels of company formation and we have particular expertise in supporting high growth companies.”

The Base provides 50,000 square feet of Grade A office space and is home to over 20 businesses in a range of industries.  The building was developed by Warrington & Co, the private-sector led regeneration arm of Warrington Council.  It is home to the successful BaseConnect online networking platform, which provides a networking hub for leading engineering and technology innovators involved in the Warrington area and has more than 200 members.  More information can be found here.