It’s no secret that businesses in the Baltic Triangle are some of the most innovative and fastest growing in Liverpool. You’re literally driving our start-up and scale-up economy. That’s incredibly important for the

Liverpool's second Binary Festival is happening this week, supported by principal partners Bruntwood, Baltic Creative and Liverpool City Council. On Thursday 22 March, the biennial, city-wide tech festival will celebrate the best of

Cains Brewery Village - home to popular venues such as Baltic Market, Peaky Blinders Bar and Ghetto Golf - has announced it will soon be offering a super-fast broadband connection. With Hyperoptic’s 1Gb Fibre-to-the-Premises

Businesses in Merseyside will now be able to achieve significantly faster broadband speeds thanks to a unique partnership in the City's Tech Quarter. IX Liverpool and Baltic Broadband have collaborated to install a

Binary Festival is returning to Liverpool in 2018 and its organisers are inviting local businesses to play a leading role in the event. The official launch took place at The Old Hall in

The Studio School is hosting the first of five open evenings on Thursday, November 16, from 5pm to 7pm in preparation for next year’s academic calendar, and they want to reach out to

The continued growth and success of the Baltic Triangle has not gone unnoticed. Liverpool Region Metro Mayor, Steve Rotheram has been an enthusiastic supporter of the area since his election in May and

The Manufacturer Live are bringing their annual conference and expo to Liverpool this November. This event will see 4,000 manufacturing delegates arrive in Liverpool to showcase the advancements in the industry and to