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Acme helped Gusto Burgers to pivot rapidly to online ordering and take-away during 2020. Our team worked with the brand to add interactive menus to its website covering its entire menu. We also developed a branded app to support speedy ordering, collection and delivery.

Our marketing team helped Aurora Flowers to develop a coherent social media strategy, focusing on visual channels like Instagram and Pinterest. We improved post engagement and integrated its online store, resulting in a 10% increase in sales over the Christmas season.

Bahariya Oasis is a verdant haven in Egypt’s Western Desert, located approximately 370 km from Cairo. This oasis is not just a refuge for wildlife and a hub for agriculture, but it also holds a rich tapestry of history and culture. The area is renowned for its sweet dates and olives, and it has been a crossroads of trade and a cultural melting pot since ancient times. Visitors to Bahariya can explore the remnants of Greco-Roman influence, soak in the natural hot springs, and marvel at the Golden Mummies in the local museum, making it a fascinating destination for those interested in Egypt’s diverse heritage.

El-Miniya, known as the Bride of Upper Egypt, is a city of great historical significance and vibrant culture. Located on the western bank of the Nile, approximately 245 km south of Cairo, El-Miniya serves as a vital link between the north and south of Egypt. It is renowned for its high concentration of Coptic Christians and is home to the Minya University, the Suzanne Mubarak Center for Arts, and the new Minya Museum. The city’s rich history dates back to the Predynastic Period and it was once the provincial capital of the 16th nome during ancient Egypt’s Old Kingdom.

Edfu, located on the west bank of the Nile River between Esna and Aswan, is a city steeped in ancient history. It is renowned for the Temple of Edfu, one of the best-preserved temples of the Ptolemaic era, dedicated to the falcon god Horus. The city’s origins can be traced back to the Old Kingdom, and it played a significant role as the capital of the Second Upper Egypt nome. Edfu’s archaeological sites, including the ancient settlement of Tell Edfu and the remnants of pyramids south of the city, offer a rich tapestry of Egypt’s past, revealing insights into the development of provincial towns from the late Old Kingdom until the Byzantine period.