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.
Entyce works passionately to remain at the forefront of the design and marketing industry by reacting quickly to changing trends and ensuring the very latest marketing tools are made available to its clients. This has been evident by the way the agency has increased its online marketing services, including social media management over the last few years. Entyce understands the power and value social media offers its clients as it allows them to connect directly with the buying public. This is why the agency now manages the social media activity of many clients in its portfolio.
Entyce takes a very proactive role when managing social media, as Libby explains, “Social media is a relatively new phenomenon to most businesses. We remove the ‘unknown’ element and make is easy for our clients to incorporate social media into their regular communications with prospective customers. We manage the whole process, from sourcing topics, themes and ideas, to uploading eye-catching images and, of course monitoring the results of every campaign.”
Entyce has identified that in order to secure its place as a market leader, it must embrace the new online marketing tools that are rapidly being developed. It is this approach that has helped them to enjoy continuous success. Jane is passionate about embracing emerging trends, “Our ability to adapt our service offering has enabled Entyce to remain current and at the forefront of the marketplace. We can offer our clients so much more with online networking. We take the time to understand our clients’ needs and we truly believe social media is the powerful medium in which to fulfil many of their requirements.”
As competition increases due to the current economic climate, the directors at Entyce Creative don’t want businesses to get left behind. “Online networking sites are here to stay,” explains Libby, “If businesses want to stay ahead of their competition, they must engage with the possibilities it provides to connect with future customers. It allows you to listen to the public’s needs and, by reacting to this feedback, you can quickly transform potential buyers into long-term brand loyalists.”
As Entyce Creative enters its fifth year in business, Jane and Libby are optimistic about the future. Although times are changing the company’s core philosophy remains the same. The culture is still founded on the belief that taking the time to get to know clients produces exceptional results.