UKSE secure latest tenant
Cloud software firm moves into Grovewood
The 46,500 sq. ft. business centre offers both industrial and commercial units and has been supporting local businesses since 1975.
It is now home to 40 companies ranging from small manufacturers and producers to engineers and now software designers.
Owner UK Steel Enterprise is the Tata Steel subsidiary set up to help businesses and community groups operating in traditional steel producing areas realise their full potential, boost the local economy and help create jobs.
Anne Clyde, regional manager for Scotland at UKSE, said: “This rapid succession of new tenants to our premises demonstrates an encouraging growth in business activity.
“We are seeing a growth not only in businesses seeking our premises, but also in those who we work with on various investment and equity deals.”
Grant Cardwell, director and co-founder of Xeyex. said: “We have spent the last four years investing heavily in the research and development of our software, whilst raising awareness of the product in the market. We have subsequently undergone a rapid period of growth and needed a bigger and better space to match our new requirements.
“The move to the UKSE facilities gives us four times the space we had previously. It means that we can accommodate our customers on-site for our events; enabling us to undertake training, demonstrations and even mini-conferences.”