Tyrone Productions, a leading television and events company, is celebrating its 10th anniversary as a virtual tenant of the Scottish Provident Building (SPB) this year!
Established 30 years ago, the company has a proven track record of success having produced a number of diverse programmes and built lasting relationships with broadcasters and distributors on an international scale.
We caught up with Tyrone Productions’ Patricia Moore, who told us more about why they chose to became a virtual tenant at SPB and what they love most about it.
1). When did you become a tenant of the Scottish Provident Building?
Tyrone Productions has been a tenant for ten years – hard to believe! We moved in when much of the building was still a building site and a lot has happened since then… but SPB has always been a constant for many companies, including us.
2). What attracted you to the Scottish Provident Building?
I had always admired the building – it’s one of those iconic places that I had walked past a million times but never set foot inside. When it was renovated and we had the chance to become tenants, we didn’t hesitate – a fabulous building and perfect location – how could we refuse?
3). As a company, what’s the best part about being virtual tenants?
The best bit about being a virtual tenant for a small company like Tyrone Productions is having that really close connection with the Scottish Provident Building – the city centre address and phone number, plus the option to use office space and meetings rooms – and knowing that at any time we have the flexibility to scale up to taking office space when required.
4). Over the years, how has the team at VenYou been able to help your business?
The team has been fantastic – doing everything from looking after postal deliveries to keeping us up to speed with what’s going on while we work remotely. We get a lot of people from all over the world contacting us and their first port of call is usually via the Scottish Provident Building number. The staff are brilliant at connecting us immediately, making it a really seamless process.
5). Can you describe your experience as a virtual tenant of the Scottish Provident Building in three words?
Couldn’t beat it!
6). What would you say to another business owner who was unsure about becoming a tenant of the Scottish Provident Building?
Don’t hesitate, just do it. Apart from the beautiful building and stylish interiors, the service from the team at VenYou is second to none and it is a brilliant address to have on company letterheads and business cards. The city centre location makes it the perfect base for meetings and networking.
7). Do you have any exciting business plans for the future that you would like to tell us about?
We have continued to make television programmes during lockdown, despite the added challenges of working safely within the restrictions. One brand new production is a children’s documentary called My Life: Made to Measure, which was broadcast on CBBC on 19th February and followed a 12–year–old Belfast girl who teams up with two childrenswear designers to create the UK’s first clothing collection for kids with dwarfism.More News
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