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Harnessing the power of social media for your business is a no brainer these days. But it’s understandable, especially if you’re not a user yourself that this can feel like very unfamiliar territory



Inca Creative has many years of experience working in the heritage sector and it’s an area we’re very passionate about.

 

It’s always such a privilege to work with national treasures, understanding their fascinating history and then bringing it to life for visitors and the local community.




Fitbit have been motivating their users to reach their health and fitness goals for over a decade now with their range of cutting-edge products.

 

But not only are they a high-tech producer of Fitbit devices, they are also involved in many sporting events and charity fundraising. Their most recent partnership has seen them join forces with the Adidas City Runs, a challenge series of closed-road running events throughout the heart of London, with the next event kicking off on 17th June.




Last year nearly 660,000 companies were set up (Centre for Entrepreneurs, 2017) so the UK's start-up revolution is going from strength to strength.

 

Figures from the Small Business Association (SBA) report that a third of new businesses fail during the first two years. And according to Investopia, one of the reasons that they fail is bad location, internet presence and marketing. For many businesses there is no high street shop front, so online presence is everything for them.




S&C Slatter specialise in the construction and maintenance of FIFA standard 3G turf and artificial turf sports surfaces for high end sports clubs and leisure operators. As well as independent schools such as Eton, Wellington and Cheltenham Colleges.



In 1979 Dance2 was born starting life as a mobile disco run by a music expert, with a desire to have others experience his enviable vinyl collection. Vinyl is now well and truly back in vogue and is closer to the mainstream that it’s been in decades!



It was back in 2007 that the seeds were sown for a product called Fitbit. Now ten years later they have a wide range of cutting-edge products, all with the aim of motivating their users to reach health and fitness goals.



So, what is it that makes for a good website design? One where your visitors enjoy the experience, want to stay for longer and come back sooner? And of course, one that drives purchase as well as word-of-mouth. We’d like to share our top 10 principles that need to be carefully considered...



At the last count there are 55,000 museums world-wide - the Louvre topping the poll as no.1 most visited, with more than 9m visitors every year.



The ski season is well and truly underway which means lots of fun, as well as quite a few aching and sore feet!




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