Evoke Creative, a Bromborough, UK based design-led manufacturer of interactive digital solutions, received a £6m investment.
BGF made the investment (led by Matt Widdall and Rhys Davenport).
The company intends to use the funds for further growth in the UK and overseas.
Led by founders Neil Clark and Dean Ward, Evoke Creative supplies interactive digital solutions, including self-service kiosks, video walls, digital signage and payment terminals for blue-chip customers in the retail and leisure sectors. Its systems allow brands to connect and engage with their customers in dynamic and rewarding ways, to maximize transaction conversion rates, improve customer journeys and reduce costs.
Brands using its solutions include JD Sports, McDonalds, Biblioteca and Google, among others.
The company currently has a workforce of 75, including design engineers and software developers.
Mark Mills, former CEO of Cardpoint and NXC of Velocity Composites and Mini-Cam, has been appointed as Non-Executive Chairman, following an introduction through BGF’s Talent Network.