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E-learning business quadruples in size at Birchwood Park

PATRIZIA UK, the manager of Birchwood Park, Warrington, is delighted to announce that current occupier, Learning Heroes, will be expanding to take up more space within the park.

Learning Heroes, an e-learning start-up business, will occupy office space at 401 Faraday. The business is relocating from the small suite facility in Newton House where it was founded two years ago.

After an incredibly successful start for the business, Learning Heroes has increased its number of staff and outgrown its current space at Newton House. The company, whose mission is to save the world from boring e-learning, will now move to 401 Faraday St and expand into a new office four times the size.

Learning Heroes growth is as a result of the team creating a disruptive product within the traditional e-learning market. Learning Heroes service is already popular with a multitude of household names and blue-chip clients, and is now expanding into the USA.

Employees will benefit from the on site facilities at 401 Faraday, designed to encourage collaborative and flexible working. ‘The Hub at 401’ provides Starbucks coffee, communal workspaces and informal meeting areas designed to support employee motivation and wellbeing.

Adam Kara, CEO at Learning Heroes, commented: “When looking for a base for our business, Birchwood Park immediately caught our attention due to its excellent location and proximity to good transport links. We looked at alternatives to ensure we were getting good value for money, but after weighing up the options it appeared Birchwood Park was a no brainer. The deciding factor was the flexibility it offered and the park’s capability to support our business growth.

“Whilst Newton House suited us perfectly when we started out two years ago, we are now in need of greater capacity, particularly as we look to expand into the USA. With the new space in 401 Faraday we will be able to create a dynamic and fun environment, in keeping with our brand, which will allow us to continue to attract the best talent for our business.”

Martin O’Rourke, Commercial Director at Birchwood Park, added: “Warrington has the highest number of start-ups in the North West and the sixth highest in the country, making it a real hub for innovation. At Birchwood Park we are committed to supporting business growth, and strive to provide the amenities on site to meet the needs of businesses of any size.

“Learning Heroes is a true Birchwood Park success story. It is a great example of how businesses can grow with the support of the facilities the park can offer. The workspaces at Newton House are perfect for start-ups, whereas the flexibility of the offices at 401 Faraday are well suited for fast-growing businesses ready to take the next step.

“We’re delighted that Learning Heroes are remaining part of our community and wish them continued success as they drive their company forward.”