Digital firm in third expansion at Liverpool Waters

Electronic signature specialist E-Sign is to expand its office space in Liverpool Waters for the third time, and take on new staff, as it looks to meet growing international demand. Tony McDonough reports

From left, Liza Marco, Liverpool Waters, Thomas Taylor, Laura Cain, E-Sign.


A business that enables legal documents to be signed electronically is expanding for the third time at Liverpool Waters.

E-Sign is taking a 3,500 sq ft office at No 8 Princes Dock as it looks to meet growing international demand for its services. The company has also just opened offices in Dublin and New York.

It was founded in 2012 to simplify and speed up document processing through the development of bespoke software.

This digitisation of document send processes has also enabled E-Sign to support businesses to cut carbon emissions, helping them to reduce paper and find reliable and secure digital alternatives.

In 2023, E-Sign’s development and sales teams doubled to meet growing demand. It released new integrations and features which have enabled it to expand into different markets and provide services to organisations and governments.

With further UK and international expansion on the horizon, the E-Sign team will move in its new office at No 8 Princes Dock next month.

Liverpool Waters has supported E-Sign throughout its growth, with the business having previously been based in serviced office space at The Quay and, most recently, at No. 12 Princes Dock.

Thomas Taylor, managing director of E-Sign, said: “Liverpool Waters is a great location for us, with everything we need nearby. The office is modern, energy efficient and we’ve got some great views.


No 8 Princes Dock
No 8 Princes Dock in Liverpool Waters


“Liverpool Waters has been very supportive in accommodating us as we have grown the business, and we also really value their commitment to net zero. This ties in with our own commitment to helping businesses go paperless and contribute to a sustainable future.

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“2024 looks set to be another exciting period of growth for E-Sign, as we further expand our products and features to meet the demands of our growing customer base.”

Liza Marco, senior asset manager at Liverpool Waters, added: “Princes Dock continues to be a highly desirable location for forward thinking businesses, and it is wonderful to see more employees arriving here as our tenants’ businesses grow.”

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