Hydrathletics is not a huge national corporation with name brand recognition, nor is it a service - aquatic therapy - that is especially well known or understood. And while their website existed, it wasn’t particularly compelling, and it didn’t reflect the brand personality they were cultivating. It was out-of-date with a clunky user interface and experience. They approached Akawe with a website wishlist and limited budget. Working with them, we were able to transform it into a dynamic portal for a dynamic and growing business. Boxes checked and on budget.VIEW CASE STUDY
Not everyone lives in a big city or town with resident healthcare practitioners. Not everyone is physically able to get themselves to a doctor’s office or clinic. Not everyone can handle the stimuli that come with going outside, dealing with people, traffic, or public transit. But everyone gets sick or needs medical advice from time to time. The Akawe telemedicine platform is helping to remotely connect healthcare practitioners and patients regardless of their location or circumstances.VIEW CASE STUDY
Regardless of whether you’re an entrepreneur, healthcare agency, startup, not-for-profit organization, SMB, or otherwise, people expect to find you online. But not any old presence will do. Most users stay on a website for no more than 15 seconds unless they immediately find what they’re looking for or something grabs their attention. ENAGB is a not-for-profit youth agency with programs geared at helping Indigenous youth and caretakers, but their website was looking outdated and at odds with their overall needs and goals. Working with them, Akawe was able to bring everything into alignment.VIEW CASE STUDY
The marijuana industry is expected to be worth $77 billion in the United States by 2022, and roughly $8.2 billion dollars in Canada within the next few years. Besides its popularity as a recreational drug, it’s being used in the treatment of chronic pain, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis, other neurological conditions, and much more. It’s a booming business spanning several industries. Kevin Clancy is an entrepreneur, long-time cannabis grower, and founder of Remedy. He saw an opportunity to digitize his business and simplify the entire growing process for both himself and his growers. The mission? To increase the frequency of positive human-cannabis interactions. The method? Digital technology. And his chosen partner? Akawe Technologies.VIEW CASE STUDY
Historically, Indigenous Peoples have been under represented in Canadian business, particularly in the technology, innovation, and entrepreneurial sectors. These areas are key drivers of economic growth—and organizations across the country are beginning to understand the value of these missing perspectives.VIEW CASE STUDY
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