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Founded in 1998, nclud is an interactive agency that has been around for almost as long as the Internet itself. More than a digital creative agency, its team is known as unabashed agents of change.

Born out of Washington, DC nclud has a global portfolio of brands that includes Adobe, NASDAQ, Discovery Education, The Grammys, Rosetta Stone, The Washington Post, Mashable, and more.

We can execute our ideas from start to finish. Why? Because we design and create for (and within) context. Combining deep technical expertise with artistic talent, we create everything inside the medium it is meant for.

We dissect where our clients are and plot a course for where they want to be, with unexpected combinations of strategy and style. nclud is known for bringing new ideas to the table through our strategically iterative and inclusive process. So, from the very start, every stage of our creative process is holistic, functional, and interactive.

From every angle, our process is highly collaborative. Internally, we have overlapping roles. Externally, we socialize stakeholders into our decision-making; and we test and validate our ideas with real people that want to use them.

And you know what? It works.

 
$25,000+
 
Undisclosed
 
10 - 49
 Founded
1998
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Washington, DC
headquarters
  • 1424 K Street Northwest,
    Washington, DC
    United States

Portfolio

Key clients: 

Apple. Google. Amazon. Puma. NASDAQ. Bethesda Softworks. Intel. Tesla Motors. Habitat For Humanity. Adobe. Marine Corps Marathon. Rosetta Stone. The Grammys. The Washington Post. NBC Sports. Discovery Education. Mashable. Renaissance Hotels. Oracle. Girl Up.

The American Society for Microbiology

The American Society for Microbiology (ASM), the largest life science professional organization in the world, had a problem: how do you connect with a growing audience of over 50,000 members, many of whom are digitally-native millennials seeking something more than just a society membership to put on their resume?

Our collaboration started with an end-to-end digital strategy and continued through user experience and design to create MicroNow — a one stop shop content hub and digital platform for ASM members to find the latest research, policy news, and community with their fellow life science experts. With their annual worldwide conference approaching in New Orleans, we wanted to celebrate the launch of the new experience in style: a full-blown interactive game for members participating both on-site and online. One part marketing, one part user testing aggregator, and one part real-time analytics tracker, the targeted campaign won big for its players and ASM.

NBC

Every company likes to think of their project as “the big game,” but only one can truly lay claim to the actual Big Game. This time it was NBC Sports’ turn to cover the biggest game in American football. With an already massive number of fans on Facebook and Twitter, they were looking to conquer another social media platform in the lead-up to the game: Tumblr.

The network needed something eye-catching and beautiful that was also rock solid, fast, and responsive across desktop and tablet platforms in order to share real-time content and interact with fans with uniquely-created content.

nclud worked with the NBC Sports editorial, social, and production teams as well as the Tumblr media strategy and engineering teams to create the official social property for all game time advertisements as they aired.

Marine Corps Marathon

Since its founding in 1976, the mission of the Marine Corps Marathon has been to promote physical fitness, generate community goodwill, and showcase the organizational skill of the United States Marine Corps. Holding the capacity for over thirty thousand runners from all fifty states and more than fifty countries, the annual race known as “The People’s Marathon” is the fourth largest marathon in the United States and the ninth largest in the world.Realizing their current digital experience left users in the dust, the Marine Corps Marathon team approached nclud with the hefty task of a ground up restructure, redesign, and rebuild. This set in motion the year long challenges of elevating awareness of events, embracing the general public for registration, establishing language to help foster emotional resonance, and emphasizing the Marine Corps brand. With the risk of 200,000 users getting lost along the way, we knew the stakes couldn't be higher.

Renaissance Hotels

Renaissance is a luxury brand within the Marriott Hotels family focused on a rich experience for guests, including a very personalized concierge service. For more than three years, nclud has been responsible for furthering Renaissance Hotel’s goal of creating a more engaging experience for their guests through an ongoing digital strategy partnership. Our retained relationship with Renaissance Hotels has grown to include social strategy, user experience, design, experiential and technical components.

Tesla

For Tesla Motors, brand awareness is unmatched, so it is not a driving goal. The objective is rather the recognition of the quality and innovation — the details that make up all the Tesla models. The annual South By Southwest Festival was the perfect opportunity for Tesla to market themselves in an innovative way to the many technology-related visitors and residents of the Austin area. That’s where nclud came in.

Bethesda Softworks

As one of the leading game developers and publishers for three decades, Bethesda Softworks has brought fans to worlds as diverse as the fantasy realms of The Elder Scrolls, the post-nuclear dystopias of Fallout, and the plague-ridden steampunk lands of Dishonored. One of Bethesda’s most well-known and influential properties is DOOM, initially released in 1993, selling more than ten million copies, and influencing hundreds (if not thousands) of games to follow with its futuristic sci-fi setting littered with demonic enemies, a nameless grunting space marine protagonist, and over the top mayhem.With almost twelve years since the last DOOM release, Bethesda brought nclud into their team to help show off the new game and its features as well as to get fans champing at the bit to preorder and get their hands on it. As fans of the original game who remember frantically pounding IDDQD and IDKFA onto our keyboards to avoid another fiery death, we couldn’t wait to bring the demons and BFGs...

Discovery Education

With a mission of optimizing the use of technology in education, Discovery Education accelerates school districts' digital transition through comprehensive standards-based content, professional development, formative assessment, and community engagement proven to positively impact student achievement. In short, they bring tomorrow’s technology to today’s classrooms.

nclud was engaged by Discovery Education on a comprehensive digital program that replaces traditional textbooks and transforms teaching and learning called the Discovery Education Techbook. The challenge was to create an experience that was both educational and accessible across ages — flexible enough for instructors and engaging for students.

Rosetta Stone

Anyone with any interest in language knows Rosetta Stone, the world’s best-selling commercial language education software for over twenty years. Using immersive learning as opposed to traditional grammar-based and translation methods, the software has been awarded educational and learning awards since its initial release and is widely considered to be the gold standard for language software.Having originally distributed their language programs as box sets of CDs, Rosetta Stone met with nclud and described their desire to take their offerings to mobile platforms, with subscription-based online learning and relevant, engaging mobile experiences for a new generation of learners. We understood exactly what they were saying.

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WordPress Web Design & Web Dev for Microbiology Nonprofit

"I would use them again for any project."

Quality: 
5.0
Schedule: 
5.0
Cost: 
4.0
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
$50,000 to $199,999
 
Nov. 2016 - June 2017
Project summary: 

nclud designed a WordPress website for a microbiology nonprofit. They implemented new content, provided marketing services, and built a custom directory for scientists to share their work.

The Reviewer
 
51-200 Employees
 
Washington, District of Columbia
Emma Muir
Employee, American Society for Microbiology
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

The site has over 6,000 users, which is large for the science community. nclud delivered an engaging website that received 50,000 views in it's first two days post launch; users enjoy the site, and the content marketing for the site has been strong as well. Their knowledge, research, and communication were also strengths of this collaboration.

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

The American Society for Microbiology is based in Washington D.C. We have developed a platform called MicroNow, an online digital tool for microbial sciences. 

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with nclud?

We needed to build a platform which would address the challenge of the digital data overload by aggregating, curating, and presenting the most relevant and compelling information surrounding the microbial sciences to the global scientific community, and beyond.  Content would include up-to-date science and journal articles, preprints from BioRxiv, news, policy updates, the ability for users to post their own content, and the ability to comment on any piece of content located on the portal.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

Nclud built our WordPress platform from the ground up. We had an initial meeting discussing our goals, how different the new site needed to be, and what other sites we liked. We developed mood boards and some of the content which would be placed online, along with images and audience personas. This was followed by wireframes and actual development. It was an organized process, going from mood boards to wireframes to development in a couple of weeks.

One of the most important things for us was the members directory. Scientists really want to show off their work, content and education. Going to our community page will reveal our experts and contributors—people whom we consider to be almost a board for the website. They’ve given us great ideas for the content we should have on the site, and have been our content developers for the Microbiome community and the site as a whole.

Another thing we focused on was the ability to submit content. We realized that, if users could post content freely, there could be a lot of spam and issues involved in the process. nclud created a process of submitting content online, and having us review that content. People have the ability to put in their names, emails and content files, and allowing us to quickly review the material with a staff writer, making sure that it’s relevant.

Publishing content in the biology world is a lengthy process, and, by the time something is published, it will either be inaccurate, need more information or data changes. Preprints are unpublished content which scientists share online. One of the main websites which does this is Biorxiv.org, and we partnered with them in order to pull some of the content from their site onto ours, and allow users to find new information within the microbial sciences, and share their data as well. It’s a new concept which people in the field are discovering, and it’s constantly changing.

nclud has also helped us market our content during the launch of the site. We created a game by which everyone became a used at the launch was placed on a team—with the teams being named after different antibiotics—in order to fight against bacteria. In order to be more engaged and earn points, users had to login and share content or give us feedback. This contributed to user testing, making the site what it needed to be. We found out what the users were interested in, and what kinds of communities they wanted.

What is the team dynamic?

We’ve worked with 8-9 people from their team, at different stages of the process, including Alfonso Bravo, [managing director] who was our main contact. We used Basecamp, which allowed me to send a message to everyone who needed to see it, and respond based on their knowledge and expertise. Alfonso was the main project manager, but the team was open and responsive when we needed it. We had weekly meetings. Due to the short time frame, Basecamp allowed us to be in constant communication to ensure that the site was launched in time.

We spoke 3 times a week or more. The website needed to go up quickly, so we kept an active line of communication, including weekly meetings.

How did you come to work with nclud?

We had a short timeframe for launching the website in June 2017, when our general meeting would take place, and had been looking for local developers. We searched up and down forever, based on different keywords, and looked at 3 companies in total. As soon as we found nclud’s website, we knew we’d want to work with them—it was different and interesting enough to make us ask questions. We wanted the same for MicroNow. They also showed us some of their past work, which gave our team a good idea of who nclud was, what their ideas were, and where they were heading. They like to take things to the next level, and we appreciated that.

They were also good in terms of communication. We spoke to their owner in our first conversation, who was onboard, and knew everything that was going on. It was different with other web developers, who delayed our meetings. We had no time to slow down, and nclud was as aggressive as we were.

The process was a lot easier than I thought it would be. We were able to figure out each other’s personalities over a few conversations, and they weren’t hesitant about delivering what we needed.

They were also good in terms of communication. They were able to set up a meeting with us to get an idea of what we were needing. We spoke to their CEO , Kerry Gunther, in our first conversation to understand what nclud could provide for us. He continued to stay involved throughout the entire build of the site.

How much have you invested with them?

The cost of their work was around $100,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started working with nclud in November 2016, and finished the project in June 2017.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?

We currently have over 6000 members and a large number of active members who have contributed to the site. Our users have agreed that this site is beneficial as it aggregates and presenting the most relevant and compelling information in the microbial sciences. Users no longer have to visit numerous sites to get up to date information.

We share some of our content on Facebook and through email blasts, and have seen a huge drive to our site from those channels. For the most part, people have liked sharing their work, and the marketing of our content has been key.

nclud’s marketing tactics during launch brought a lot of engagement to our site.

How did nclud perform from a project management standpoint?

This was one of the first sites we’d built, so it was completely new for us. They had the project management experience in order to guide us to where we needed to go, and make sure we were as successful as possible.

What did you find most impressive about them?

Their knowledge and communication. They are not scientists, but they were still able to take the time to build a site that focuses heavily on the microbial sciences. Nclud took the time to research and understand what we needed for the site.

Are there any areas they could improve?

No. I would use them again for any project.

Do you have any advice for future clients of theirs?

Be open in letting experts guide you, and do research beforehand, making sure that the developer will understand what is needed. Be open with communication and write requirements clearly and concisely. This can make the process move faster and smoother.

5.0
Overall Score I’ve learned a lot through this experience, and I think that so have they.
  • 5.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    They’re organized and flexible.
  • 4.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    We were on a tight schedule, which made things difficult, but their quality was great, so I can understand the cost.
  • 5.0 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    It’s been a smooth launch, and nclud helped us with support and updates.
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    Their communication, project management and knowledge were great.

Drupal 8 Redesign for Renewable Energy Copmany

"They care deeply about making decisions that will be defensible and solid."

Quality: 
4.5
Schedule: 
4.0
Cost: 
3.5
Willing to refer: 
5.0
The Project
 
$200,000 to $999,999
 
Nov. 2016 -Sep. 2017
Project summary: 

nclud led a Drupal 8 site redesign, focusing on simplifying the sitemap and increasing engagement rates through intuitive UX. They also assisted with user research and integrations with Salesforce and Pardot.

The Reviewer
 
51-200 Employees
 
Washington, DC
Senior Manager, Digital Communications, Solar Energy Industries Association
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

nclud deeply understands business goals, and their creativity and eye for detail stands out. The site garnered enthusiastic feedback related to UI and early assessment of retention KPIs. There was some lack of communication as launch drew closer, but nclud worked hard to accommodate and meet goals.

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

We’re the national trade association for the U.S. solar industry. We represent solar companies across the value chain, from installers to manufacturers, consultants to financiers. We work in Washington, D.C. and state capitals to ensure smart public policies for solar, educate the industry through online and offline means, communicate the value of solar to the general public, and provide cutting edge research on trends in the solar energy industry.

I am the senior manager of digital communications and manage all of our online properties, including our flagship website.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with nclud?

Our website was last updated in 2012, and in the 5 intervening years, we came up against 2 primary challenges with it: it was drastically outdated in terms of aesthetics and modern web design, and the organization/sitemap was extremely confusing. We were attracting a lot of visitors from organic search and other means, but were not drawing them deeper into the site or giving them an online experience that was worth coming back to. Therefore, we decided in late fall 2016 to begin the project of overhauling the site entirely.

We want this new website to be an engaging and full service destination for people who are looking for information, resources, and updates about solar energy in the United States. We want to be a one-stop shop for both experts in the solar industry, and members of the press or general public who don't know much about solar and want to learn more.

Specifically, we wanted to increase our retention of web visitors and bring down our bounce and exit rates, and increase our pages per visit by providing a website that attracts interest and engagement beyond the first page that they land on. For the members of our association and other industry professionals, we wanted to simplify the content organization and user experience so that users can quickly find the resources or information they're looking for, and highlight important calls to action so that the website can be a better funnel for business development.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

This was a full service website redesign project, beginning with a discovery process that included staff and user interviews, UX design, visual design, development, and launch. We built the website on Drupal 8, and the most important technical consideration for the project was integrating the site with a few third party software/platforms that we utilize.

Primarily, we use Salesforce as our member database, so we established a connection with Salesforce to allow our members to log into the new site and access members-only content. We also wanted to integrate with Pardot, our marketing automation software, so that the site could perform important sales functions for us.

What is the team dynamic?

We worked primarily with about 6 people at nclud, including a project manager, 3 UX designers, 2 visual designers, and a development lead. We also worked with other individuals on an advisory basis from time to time. I was the project manager on our end, working internally to determine needs and collect feedback for the nclud team, and working with the their team to make sure goals were being met and the project was proceeding as planned.

How did you come to work with nclud?

We issued an RFP to a wide variety of firms, hoping to see a spectrum of the different approaches to web design so we could choose the style that best matched our goals and budget. We received exactly that—a broad spectrum of strategies and tactics to develop and deliver a new website for the association.

We ultimately chose nclud for a couple of important reasons. First, it was evident to us that their eye for design and modern or cutting-edge website development was very high caliber. Second, their approach to the discovery phase of the project, and their attention to detail when it comes to collecting information about our business goals, user needs, and staff expectations, was excellent.

How much have you invested with them?

Over $200,000.

What is the status of this engagement?

We started the project in late fall of 2016 launched in September 2017.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?

We launched the new website at our industry conference in early September to very warm and enthusiastic reviews. While it's still early to quantitatively assess the new site's performance in a meaningful way, we have already seen increases in pages per visit, an important KPI. The qualitative results have been very good as well, with many members of our association commenting on the improved UI and ease of use.

How did nclud perform from a project management standpoint?

Overall, the workflow was very good. We used Basecamp to track and manage tasks, which worked well to ensure that everyone was on the same page. We had one significant problem, when there was a communication breakdown regarding what exactly would be possible to develop in time for our launch, but it was quickly resolved and the nclud team ultimately worked very hard to make sure that our goals for the website launch were met. We continue to work with them to update and finalize post-launch items.

What did you find most impressive about them?

They care deeply about making decisions that will be defensible and solid from both a web design best practice standpoint, as well as from our organization's side of things. They were careful to solicit input on major items from a wide variety of voices, and did an excellent job of incorporating feedback into subsequent revisions.

Are there any areas they could improve?

As timelines shifted and our list of tasks and deadlines changed from the initial proposal, it would have been good to receive more regular updates about the ultimate impacts. Timelines shift so easily in projects like this, based on turnaround time for our team and other delays, that it's hard to keep track of what our ultimate delivery deadlines are and whether we're still on track. I would have liked to see clearer communication on this front.

4.5
Overall Score
  • 4.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
  • 3.5 Cost
    Value / within estimates
    Definitely towards the upper end of our budget, and more than some of the other firms we considered.
  • 4.5 Quality
    Service & deliverables
  • 5.0 NPS
    Willing to refer

WordPress Redesign for Large Marathon Event

"They have continued to have an investment in our success."

Quality: 
4.5
Schedule: 
4.0
Cost: 
5.0
Willing to refer: 
4.0
The Project
 
Confidential
 
2014 - Jan. 2016
Project summary: 

nclud redesigned an outdated, cumbersome website. They conducted several months of in-depth research of the website before improving the UI/UX, simplifying the backend CMS, and integrating tracking metrics.

The Reviewer
 
11- 50 Employees
 
United States
Employee, Marathon Organization
 
Verified
The Review
Feedback summary: 

The website is steadily receiving more visitors and has garnered a more global response, including an increase in registration, sponsorship, and advertising. nclud provided valuable insight for accomplishing high-level goals. The team was enthusiastic with a vested interest in the project.

BACKGROUND

Introduce your business and what you do there.

I am the marketing and sponsorship manager for the a marathon. We are an organization that is an instrumentality of the federal government that organizes large participatory events.

OPPORTUNITY / CHALLENGE

What challenge were you trying to address with nclud?

Our organization had an old website that had employed outdated design practices and, over time, had simply grown too cumbersome to navigate as we continued to attach more and more content in the page.

There wasn’t a smooth user experience and, additionally, over time we added more event properties to our portfolio and the way the website had been designed did not allow the various properties fair footing. We felt we were losing awareness, participation, and potential registration opportunities because these events were not represented in the best possible way with the layout of the website. It was a complete redesign in order to gain understanding and comprehensive research into what people seek from the website, how they navigate and move through it, the way it's used at different times of the year, and just a means to bring front line visibility to all the properties that we represent.

SOLUTION

What was the scope of their involvement?

They revamped our website. Our business objectives were to improve user experience and to have a simplified backend CMS.  The previous site was very complicated and we needed something that was easier for us to utilize.

Our other goals were to tear this thing down and start from the ground up, building a new web presence for our events, and supporting the organization by having a simple yet well planned CMS that met the needs of how we operate.

There were many months of very in-depth study of the site. They embedded some code in the website to track how users navigated the site, and where they were going for information. There were tools on the various pages they were using to click to the different information and, at the same time, they had take on our existing site, dissect it, and put together a huge wire diagram of the site, which we called the Millennium Falcon. It was a huge print out that was probably four feet wide by four feet tall and it just had all the other pages spinning off of other pages and demonstrated how the site had been made. It was clear how everything had to be untangled. We identified various categories of our customers and got individuals to do some phone research and interview some specific folks one on one to get opinions or validate their assumptions. We had several meetings here with them and the marathon staff. There were philosophical meetings about our brand, how we view ourselves, and how we want people to view us. There were also meetings about theme, color, feel, fonts, and how the images should be utilized. They started to build out pages based on this research that we talked through. Next, they came up with some top line and secondary navigation headers that helped build out the structure for the rest of the site. We provided them with different artwork and images as they were building our website pages; we were following behind, providing the content and learning from them.

We have one primary property which is one of the largest marathons in the world, but we also have six other events. While they are nowhere near the size of our main event, they needed the visibility to succeed. We pondered: how can we create a level playing field so all these events have the space and the opportunity to shine? We had talked about how so much of the event experience can be conveyed with the visuals and we wanted to add more of a visual component to the site than we previously had. We wanted a greater reliance on images, integration of our videos, and various social media opportunities that we just didn't have a smart placement on the site for. We also wanted to add a dynamic way to offer some advertising space to our sponsors to market and sell.

What is the team dynamic?

There were a couple programmers, a designer, and a project manager. I communicated mostly with the project manager.

There were plenty of people over time, but I would say usually when we would have our planning meetings there would be probably five from the team that would be sitting there with us. Some other folks rotated in different times.

We would communicate very frequently at times and other times we go without talking for a few weeks while we were working on things. There were online message boards to communicate with questions. They had built this really from the ground up for us and we were then filling in content and following the guidelines. There were not only structural questions that we had, but kinks that needed to be worked out.

We had to maintain the philosophy they had created for the site, so we had to make sure that we were designing things that were remaining consistent. We would confirm designs with them or reach out to them for guidance for situations where we had to make decisions. Sometimes we would reach out several times a day, other times we would have longer stretches.

How did you come to work with nclud?

Our graphics coordinator researched someone local and she came up with about four or five companies as candidates that we reached out to at initial meetings. We would get to know them and their capabilities and then we put together a RFP for the work. nclud was one of those companies that she has identified. We met with them over time and then participated in the process.

They had some other clients but there was one site that had a similar challenge of showing multiple properties within a website; it was a good, relevant example of their work.There was very obvious attention paid to our event. They had become very familiar with it in the conversations and in the presentations. They cared a lot. They studied us. They were very up on who they were going to be working with and that that showed, not only anecdotally, but in the way they presented things to us. It was easier to select them based on how much they had invested in becoming aware of who they were working with.

It wasn't difficult to find a vendor. We had some great conversations and, unfortunately, our event, is high profile. There truly was a lot of interest and excitement about the possibilities. The biggest challenge for us was that the content from the old website could not migrate. We really had to start from scratch with everything in a new website.

What is the status of this engagement?

We unveiled our new website in January 2016. The process started somewhere in 2014.

RESULTS & FEEDBACK

What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?

The number of visitors to our site coming from mobile has increased over time now. The ability to keep the website functional and user-friendly for mobile use is a significant benefit for us. With the previous site, people couldn't really access the information that we spend all year trying to prepare for them. The online advertising space, sponsorship deals, and our events have all increased in registration over the past couple of years.

I can't say of all that is directly related to the website but it's all a part of the combined success.

How did nclud perform from a project management standpoint?

I have never been through something this extensive. Everything we had done in the past had been in small chunks. They certainly offered great insights into what would be necessary to accomplish high-level goals that we had. They performed great research and took the time to explain it which helped formulate an agreed upon approach.

They brought an awareness and energy of what's necessary to accomplish this project.  Several of their employees even came out and ran some of our events. I don't know if they continue to be runners but certainly, during this process, we had several that were running and I think that also speaks to their desire to be successful with this project. That's a big deal to us.

What did you find most impressive about them?

They continue to support us when there are questions either with the mechanics of the site or philosophically with how the site is designed. They have continued to have an investment in our success. I highly value that.

Are there any areas they could improve?

There's nothing that has come up that is problematic.

Advice for potential customers?

If someone's going to be working with them, they need to take advantage of all that knowledge they're going to be getting about their own business from them.

5.0
Overall Score They've been consistently helpful and creative and insightful.
  • 4.0 Scheduling
    ON TIME / DEADLINES
    I don't recall any issues. We had our deadlines met.
  • 5.0 Cost
    Value / within estimates
  • 4.5 Quality
    Service & deliverables
    I think we accomplished our goals. There's still room to build and continue to make this even better site.
  • 4.0 NPS
    Willing to refer
    I've been very happy.
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Jurisdiction of Formation
Washington, DC
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Date of Formation
Oct 2, 2015
Source
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Last Updated
Jan 30, 2019
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Bankruptcy
No
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Last Updated
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