Liquid Web has accepted Next Place, an Australian start-up company, into its incubator program.
The incubator program gives support to what the web host deems as an innovative new venture. They supports program through providing a solid online infrastructure with tutoring and hosting packages to help companies get more exposure for themselves online.
Although Liquid Web is based in Michigan, it has opened its incubator program to applicants from all over the world.
Next Place captured Liquid Web’s attention as a search engine for the real estate industry because of its focus on technology. Liquid Web can help the company optimise its large database and search queries to improve performance for customers.
Next Place director Dan Tarasenko has worked with Liquid Web on numerous occasions. This is why he was pleased to connect his company with theirs.
Before Next Place gained acceptance into the program, it had to submit itself to an extended study. Although it doesn’t offer any financial assistance, Liquid Web provides services worth thousands of dollars.
To start with, the company will provide scalable infrastructure and database tools to build the foundations of the company it works with. From here, it can use the latest technology to build a high quality real estate search engine.
Matthew Hill, founder and acting CEO of Liquid Web, said, “As a company that’s still experiencing plenty of growth, we’re familiar with what it takes to make the leap through each of a business’s critical stages. Next Place’s vision fits perfectly with the goals of our incubator program and we are certain we can provide a strong and reliable technical foundation for them to fill a need in their market.”
Observers praise the company for its initiatives in helping other companies grow. Liquid Web benefits by gaining an increased amount of exposure and forging valuable business relationships.