A MEDIA agency is working to keep things local for businesses in the area, helping with a recruitment campaign for a private health provider, as well as remaining available for regional, national and international work, according to its director.
Monson Road-based Digitom has recently completed both a recruitment campaign and a Sky TV ad for Horder Healthcare, which provides services for NHS and private patients at its sites in Crowborough and East Grinstead.
For its recruitment drive, Horder Health asked Digitom to produce ‘day in the life’ films highlighting existing employees, such as Jack Smith, who is a Sous-chef at the Horder Centre on St John’s Road, Crowborough.
Further videos profiled Head Physiotherapist Julien Allwood and Private Patient Liaison Rachael Hendley, at the same site.
But Digitom Director Tom Chown said: “We work locally, we work nationally, we work internationally.”
The company also has work upcoming for British Transport Police and Stagecoach South East.
Digitom is one of a score of companies recently accepted into the CREATE South East investment readiness programme.
A consortium of local government bodies, agencies and businesses, CREATE South East offers mentoring, peer-to-peer interaction, workshops and networking to help further expand creative businesses in Kent, Sussex and Essex.