A GROWING Tunbridge Wells digital agency has relocated to a larger town centre office.
Founded by graphic designer Rob Stevens in 2008 in Speldhurst, Target Ink has expanded into a new office on Mount Ephraim, with a breakout studio and outdoor space.
Matt Neve does most of the agency’s design work, but recent hire Steve Rowley has brought a joint sales and design background.
Meanwhile, freelancers, such as photographers and programmers are also part of the team and the new office provides essential hot-desking space, as well as a ‘chilled out’ area for everyone, said Mr Stevens.
“Sub-contractors are a key part of our business model and we have access to some of the best talent in this area,” he said.
“Tunbridge Wells is at the centre of a real digital revolution and I’m proud that Target Ink is part of that.”
Mr Stevens has plans for networking sessions and get-togethers in the larger premises and especially the outdoor space, when the weather permits.
“I want to create a space which feels creative,” he said.
“We’re busy and we need talent, so if I can make this a ‘destination’ workspace, that’s a bonus. I want Target Ink to be an aspirational place to work.”
Target Ink’s local clients include Sankey’s, Mother Goose, CooperBurnett, Squerryes and Diamond Interior Contracts.
For more information visit: targetink.co.uk