The Speke storage centre does it again!
Store First’s Speke storage centre encouraged fledgling Merseyside businesses to kick-start their companies at an Enterprise Morning.
Store First invited local authorities, the Chamber of Commerce, colleges, universities and business advisors to a free Enterprise Morning designed to show how online companies or start-up firms can run their business from Store First’s Estuary Banks centre.
Store First, which is the official shirt and stadium sponsor for Accrington Stanley FC – subject of the famous 1980s advert starring two Liverpudlian boys – provided free coffee and bacon sandwiches for guests, who enjoyed an overview and tour of the storage centre’s business facilities, which include free boardroom and canteen facilities, free wifi, PO Box address and telephone service.
Store First customer Andy Davies, who runs online business UK Direct Fancy Dress from the Speke centre, said: “Our business is thriving because people still want to have a bit of fun despite the gloomy headlines – it’s cheaper to buy a fancy dress costume nowadays than to hire one and it makes sense to run our business online and base ourselves here as people are simply looking for great customer service at the right price.
“Fancy dress is quite a seasonal business – last year we were restricted on how much Halloween stock we could order by a lack of space at home. This year we have no worries – we can stock as much as we like and expand our storepod over time without any hassle.”
Store First operations director Stuart Laverty said: “We build great relationships with our business customers by giving them a flexible service at an affordable pricepoint – we’re here to help businesses like Andy’s grow and flourish over time.”
The Enterprise Morning ended with a champagne prize draw won by Andrew Cliff from CS Consult.
Store First offers flexible leases for short and long-term self storage. Centres are served by state-of-the-art security systems with 24/7 access available for customers – for more details, email email@example.com or call 01282 899899.