“We’re growing,” says Brad Painchaud, director of business development. “We’re looking at room for growth in the next couple of years.”
The company, which is a full-service advertising agency, has 4,000 square feet and is expanding to almost 6,000 square feet.
“We’ve been making a bigger push to go after some new clients,” Painchaud says. “We’ve been successful with a few.”
Squid Ink owners Mark Karlin and Frank Lichtlin also own CTS, or Computer Training Systems, and have it in the same space. Painchaud says there may be some growth with CTS as well, but the main growth is with Squid Ink.
Currently, the agency has an open-concept office, but Painchaud says there’s a need for more private areas.
“We’re just trying to create some better meeting spaces.”
The agency is looking to make some hires as well.
Painchaud says there was no question about staying in the Garvey Center, where the agency has been for more than a decade.
“It’s centrally located for pretty much everyone.”
He says manager Larry Weber is helpful.
“Larry’s been great,” Painchaud says. “You know, the Garvey Center’s been good to us.”