The visual appeal of advertising and marketing instantly dictates how most of us perceive a business.
The difference is all about design - and Tweak has changed design forever. Our dream is to empower millions of business owners around the world to tweak wonderful design that's been carefully created to promote their businesses.
Created with end users in mind, it provides a complete design solution in a web browser. The ground-breaking technology Tweak has developed in order to make this design revolution possible is not only user-friendly, but it's also resolved all of the issues which have previously made beautiful design inaccessible to millions of businesses globally.
We're new, but we've been around photography, design and publishing for a long time. Our team includes very accomplished designers with a keen eye for typography, copywriters, artworkers, pre-press experts, photographers and illustrators.
Privately held, Tweak is headquartered in Killorglin, County Kerry on the south west coast of Ireland, with offices in Dublin and New York.
We're also accessible and keen to learn how we can serve our clients better.
Send a message to Tweak Founder Jerry Kennelly here. It won't be read by a personal assistant (he doesn't have one), a robot or some guy in an office down the hall, but by Jerry himself, when he gets a minute.
Jerry Kennelly, Tweak Founder
Tweak is the manifestation of founder Jerry Kennelly's vision. Jerry, who was previously a photojournalist and later a pioneering pre-press entrepreneur, founded Stockbyte and Stockdisc. The two companies captured 10% of the worldwide royalty-free stock photography market in ten years. In April 2006, these were sold to Getty Images for $135 million.
Along the way Jerry won the title of Ernst &Young Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year and Stockbyte was selected as the Exporter of the Year and recognized in the Deloitte European Fast 500 and Fast 50 awards. He has been honored as a fellow of Institute of Technology, Tralee and with an honorary Doctorate in Economics from University of Limerick, Ireland.
Jerry is a co-founder of the Young Entrepreneur Program which has provided entrepreneurial education and mentoring to 2300 students since 2007 and its adult iteration, Endeavour. As a result of these initiatives, County Kerry, Ireland has been recognized by the European Commission with the selection of a ‘European Entrepreneurial Region’ for 2011 alongside Brandenburg, Germany and Murcia, Spain.