Leeds digital agency Bolser is celebrating the success of its switched-on contribution to one of the biggest regeneration projects taking place anywhere in Europe.
Bolser designed and built a revamped website last year for the team heading up the transformation of London’s old Battersea Power Station into a top location for work, rest and play.
New figures have now revealed a 75 per cent increase in direct traffic as well as a 25 per cent rise in total page views since the site and its associated social media channels went live.
Bolser managing director Ashley Bolser said: “We are delighted to have worked on this incredible revival project to help put a British landmark that has been out of use for many years back on the map.
“My Yorkshire pride was overflowing as our digital agency in Leeds was approached to be a part of Battersea Power Station’s regeneration but, then again, Leeds is proving itself to be the global centre for digital excellence.”
Battersea Power Station digital marketing manager Nicole Ocansey said it had been a “joy” working with the agency.
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The platform aims to highlight the giant strides being made by a sector that boasts around 3,000 organisations in Leeds.