Liverpool is famous worldwide for its music, fashion and sports scenes. Steeped in history from its days as a global powerhouse during the Victorian era, you can be sure to find a number of iconic buildings across Liverpool such as the Royal Liver Building, the Cunard Building and the Royal Albert Docks .
The city has undergone a bit of a renaissance in recent years with large-scale investment and developments occurring in the city such as St Paul’s Square and Liverpool One and this has spilled out to other areas of the city such as the Baltic Triangle. Liverpool has also begun to emerge as an increasingly important tech hub. It has built a reputation for gaming, housing Sony and Codemasters. But other technology sectors, including medtech and artificial intelligence, are on the rise in Merseyside.
With a strong student population, excellent universities, affordable rents and lots of things to do, Liverpool is increasingly becoming an exciting city in which to do business.