THE company behind Bank Quay House’s transformation has become the 200th member of Warrington Business Exchange.

Standing Space, a commercial interior design and architecture company, transformed Bank Quay House into The Outset where the entire ground floor reception and café area was remodelled into a contemporary co-working space, meeting and telephone pods, a new reception and café.

It is also the brains behind The Jungle Indoor Play Centre in Pinners Brow and offices and colleague spaces at Bents Garden Centre in Glazebury.

As Warrington Business Exchange celebrated its first birthday, it welcomed the company to its ‘go to’ network where businesses of all sizes and sectors can collaborate with the aim of creating a better connected, more cohesive and stronger economy in Warrington.

To continue the celebrations it hosted its first, member only, annual conference on at The Village Hotel, in Centre Park, sponsored by Squire Patton Boggs.

Jackie Emson, Warrington Business Exchange manager, said: “It’s great to welcome Standing Space as our two hundredth member.

“The number of companies joining the Business Exchange increases each week.

“Lots of business networking and master classes are just some of the benefits of becoming a member.”