A global technology firm has completed a lease to acquire 15,000 sq ft of space in Didsbury for its new UK headquarters in one of the largest transactions in South Manchester this year.
Conferma Pay, a provider of virtual payment technology, has agreed the deal at the recently refurbished Ocean House, Towers. The business is relocating from its existing site at Cheadle Royal to Towers for its new UK headquarters.
James Dickinson, director at Canning O’Neill, who advised Conferma Pay, said: “This is one of the largest transactions in South Manchester this year and represents a significant commitment to the future of this thriving technology business.
“With the move now agreed, Conferma Pay is now undertaking a full fit-out with the aim of relocating to The Towers at the start of the new year.”
Andy Mathews, chief financial officer at Conferma, said: “The decision to take space at Towers was based on the excellent specification and size of the office space, as well as the sense of community within the park and the excellent environment it will provide for our team. We’re very excited about the move here and the positive impact it will have on our business.”