Firm designs and makes digital kiosks, interactive displays, ticketing and check-in machines for clients such as Google, McDonald’s and Tesco and employs 60 people. Tony McDonough reports.
A Wirral firm that designs and manufactures interactive products for leading brands including JD Sports Fashion, Google, McDonald’s and Tesco is moving to a new 30,000 sq ft base.
Evoke Creative exports its products to more than 60 countries worldwide and has delivered revenue growth over the last four years of 42%. It employs 60 people.
The company has signed a deal with Redsun Developments to take two units at its £5.5m Power Station development at Wirral International Business Park, Bromborough, close to its current home, towards the end of this year.
The business designs and makes digital kiosks, interactive displays, ticketing and check-in machines.
In preparation for the move, Evoke has conducted a number of sessions with staff using virtual reality technology to gain their input.
Its design team is working closely with the building contractor and architect to deliver a collaborative and creative working environment, incorporating warehousing and factory facilities, which are some four times the size of the present head office.
Dean Ward, co-founder and technical director of Evoke, said: “We are delighted to be committing our future to the Wirral and will take this opportunity to create a fantastic environment for further innovation and business growth.
“Attracting and retaining talent is key to our future success and so a vibrant and inspiring workplace is vital.
“The growth of our team has really driven this move. We have recently grown our software team as we continue to evolve our end to end offer and work with our clients to create immersive and engaging solutions for their customers.”