PixelBeard goes for growth at Cotton Exchange

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Innovative app developer PixelBeard is the latest digital business to arrive at the Cotton Exchange in Liverpool.

PixelBeard designs bespoke mobile app experiences for iOS and Android devices, helping clients to reach customers via mobile technology and maximise their success in the App Store.

It has taken a 1,250 sq ft space in the Bruntwood-owned building following a period of sustained growth, which has included instructions from clients including Universal Studios, Sony PlayStation, Channel 4 and Aircharge.

Bruntwood has sensitively transformed the historic Cotton Exchange in recent years, attracting scores of innovative businesses from the digital and creative sectors. The company is currently refurbishing the reception area to create a new refreshments area, meeting rooms and a series of collaboration and breakout spaces.

Will Roberts at PixelBeard, said: “We pride ourselves on creating exquisite mobile-first digital products so we wanted a workspace that would reflect our business and give us somewhere to develop our client offering in the coming years.

“The Cotton Exchange feels like the perfect new home for us, working alongside our peers in the digital and creative industries and hopefully giving us a platform to expand our network.”

Tony Reed, head of commercial at Bruntwood, said: “We are committed to creating vibrant, contemporary workspaces where ambitious businesses can flourish; that’s what we continue to deliver at the Cotton Exchange and it is great to welcome another excellent addition to the building.

“There is a spirit of innovation throughout the Cotton Exchange and I’m confident that PixelBeard will bring a further exciting, new dimension to the thriving culture within the building.”

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