Businesses React to Pokemon Go

Pokémon Go: Businesses React – Innate’s Top 5 As we mentioned earlier this week, Pokémon Go almost immediately vexed some businesses with its surprising popularity, leading a few establishments to declare “Pokemon are for paying customers only.” Others have embraced the craze and are using the game to reach out to new audiences. Here are five of our favorite responses, local to DC and national – they may just help you find a new opportunity: Pokemon: Symphonic Evolutions (Pokemon music…

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Should Business Care About Pokemon Go

Why Businesses Should Care About Pokemon Go There’s a Doduo right outside the window. In the garden.” “Got it.” “Go red team!” For some members of the Innate team, arriving at the office this morning was a chance to discover new Pokémon in and around our office building in Dupont Circle. For others, it seemed like a foreign language or a blast from the past. In case you missed it (or are wondering why everyone is wandering around on the…

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Fashion & Technology: What brands can learn from the 2016 Met Gala

The first Monday of May is a time for celebration in the fashion world. Each year, the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art hosts a fundraiser gala that celebrates a different theme – one that crosses cultural boundaries. This year was no exception. The theme for the 2016 Met Gala, Manus x Machina, payed homage to fashion in the tech world, and vice versa. In past years, haute couture especially has been rather archaic. Ateliers create one-of-a-kind pieces…

Innate is Hiring: Software Developer, Applications

Job Title:                           Software Developer, Applications Rate of Pay:                      Commensurate with experience Hours:                               08:30 A.M. to 05:30 P.M. Where to apply:              hrdev@innateagency.com Place of employment:    Washington, DC 20036   Do you have a background in software…

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Each January, thousands of DMV self-proclaimed foodies flock to DC’s best restaurants for DC Restaurant week…or do they?

Like clockwork, every January thousands trudge into their local grocery stores, bodegas or corner newsstands to nab Washingtonian’s “100 Very Best Restaurants” issue. Conveniently, every year the issue arrives just before DC Restaurant Week. DC Restaurant week was engineered to help local restaurants fill up in notoriously slow months like January and August. This year, for either $22.16 (lunch) or $35.16 (dinner) Washingtonians can get a three course meal at the elusive 4-star restaurants they have dying to try. Hundreds…

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