Insercorp relocates in downtown
Published 10:06 am Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Insercorp Ltd., founded in 2007, has recently relocated to 300 N. Main St., in downtown Franklin. The small business is a leading provider of quality website, marketin, and information technology solutions. Previously located at 105 W. 1st Ave., the move allows the company to better position itself in the community and offer more streamlined services to its clients and customers.
Insercorp was organized as “Bradshaw-Kimbrel Technology Group LLC” in September 2007 and incorporated in April 2010 as “Insercorp Ltd.” Insercorp provides website and marketing services for business, education, government, healthcare and non-profit organizations both locally and regionally. Taking an approach to integrated solutions, Insercorp also provides information technology services to both commercial and residential customers in the Franklin area.
Having started in the Franklin Business Incubator, the locally owned company moved to its 105 W 1st Ave. location in 2009. This past October, Insercorp relocated its headquarters from 1st Avenue to North Main Street, becoming an anchor tenant in the newly opened Bradshaw Building, previously known as the Rhodes Building. This historic building, originally known as The Professional Building, was built around 1920.
“Moving to a permanent location on Main Street allows our company to be even more engaged with local businesses and the community. Our team is excited to take on this new endeavor as we begin our eighth year in business,” said Tim Bradshaw, founder and owner of Insercorp Ltd.
Those on that team include Benjamin Woods and Les Johnson, both Web developers; James Surace, web intern and associate consultant in training; Jason Perry, web intern; Jazzmynn Denruiter, administrative assistant; Ross Newcomb, graphic designer; and Chelesa Overstreet, social media guru.
Becoming a Main Street business provides Insercorp with more visibility, allows further room for growth and expansion and fosters improvement in quality and delivery of services to its continuously increasing client-base. With the company relocating to the heart of downtown Franklin it allows the team at Insercorp to strive toward its efforts in building a stronger community.
“Our goal is to get more more professional businesses here,” Bradshaw added. “Why not keep them here in Franklin?”
He pointed out that Personal Touch Home Care has its office with Insercorp on the ground floor. There’s also several office spaces available on the second floor.
Insercorp will be hosting a ribbon-cutting and “Grand Opening” ceremony for the newly opened Bradshaw Building at a later date to be announced.
Insercorp is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, call 337-2940 or visit www.insercorp.com.