Entyce Creative, a design and marketing agency located in the heart of Chester, is celebrating as it enters its fifth year in business. The agency, run by two dynamic businesswomen, Libby Entwisle and Jane Entwistle, supports the growth of a vast variety of organisations through creativity, innovation and sound business acumen.
As well as their similar surname, Jane and Libby share a passion for all things creative and they stand out for assisting other businesses to succeed through a combination of inspired designs and carefully managed marketing strategies.
Since they first opened their doors in Spital Walk, Boughton, Entyce Creative has worked tirelessly to support the Northwest community. Not only do they produce eye-catching campaigns for local businesses, but they also run an annual Design Competition, which encourages higher education design students in the Northwest to show off their talent to region. The Entyce Design Competition, now entering its fourth year, highlights the immense creative ability available to Northwest employers. Jane and Libby visit universities and colleges, meeting up with students to share experiences and advice about their future careers. Due to the support she has shown students, Jane has been welcomed back to Blackburn College as a Fellow, from where she graduated over ten years ago.
Entyce Creative has enjoyed working with some of the areas best known companies, including Tetra Pak and Cheshire Farm Ice Cream. As well as enjoying strong relationships with other well-known UK organisations, including Age Concern, Entyce has achieved global attention. Companies in Germany and Africa have chosen to work with Entyce Creative due to their creative ability and commitment to delivering the very best.
Jane and Libby are excited about the year ahead. Despite the economic climate, Libby is optimistic about the future; “We are thrilled with the number of enquiries we have received already in 2012! This gives us a real boost as we enter our fifth year of business. We are working with many existing clients to help them formulate ongoing marketing strategies as well as acquiring new contracts with national and international companies.”
The agency is keen to offer a comprehensive range of services and is actively encouraging clients to take advantage of the Social Media phenomenon. Jane is keen to ensure all businesses get the most out of this opportunity, “We understand many people haven’t the time to commit to social media but we can manage campaigns on their behalf. Many of our existing clients love this service. It is helping to raise awareness of their organisations, which in turn is generating additional sales.”
As Entyce enters its fifth year, the company’s philosophy remains the same. The culture is still founded on the belief that taking the time to get to know clients produces exceptional results, and that projects should be treated equally regardless of size or value.