THE success of a print management company has been cemented with the move to a new base.

Basingstoke-based company Clone Media has relocated its ten-strong team, led by owners Simon Drury and Joel Dalton, to Chineham Business Park.

Mr Dalton said: “We’re delighted with our new space. We aimed to create an inspiring working environment for our staff which reflects our personality while balancing the functionality we need to continue to grow uninhibited.”

Mr Drury added: “Ensuring the right location was as important to us as finding the right building. The new unit sits in a prime position on the entrance to the business park. It's both visible and accessible.

“Our new warehousing and distribution centre allows us to pitch for more of the kinds of projects that we excel at.”

The company, which manages the procurement and distribution of printed marketing communications, has enjoyed rapid growth in recent years, with revenues predicted to exceed £4.5m by June 2019.

Mr Dalton said: “The average print company within our turnover bracket employs between 20 to 30 staff, so we’re doing especially well considering our headcount of ten.”

Mr Drury added: “We have an amazing team already, but we'll need to make new additions within the next few months to facilitate our ambitious plans. We hope that the new building demonstrates our commitment to our staff, and helps us to attract more top talent.”