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Significant growth after recent contract wins

15 May, 2015

Pixelbuilders, an award-winning digital agency based in Leeds, is celebrating turning five with several new contract wins.

In the past 12 months, the agency has welcomed new clients Barnsley Hospice, Strata and Premdor, thus increasing its extensive portfolio in the manufacturing, construction, software and healthcare sectors.

Just last month, Pixelbuilders also embarked on a new partnership with four high profile Yorkshire entrepreneurs to launch an online platform that will assist house buyers within the county.

Originally founded by Martin Oates, Martin Hoyle and Andrew Ackroyd in 2008, the agency began operating full time in 2010.

With a focus on the technical elements of digital, Pixelbuilders has built a reputation for excellent client service, delivering bespoke and targeted solutions.

The agency increased the team to eight in February with the appointment of digital account manager, Lucy Addison, and recently moved to new office space in The Tannery on Kirkstall Road, three times the size of their previous premises.

As for the future, pixelbuilders is increasingly working on bespoke e-learning systems alongside web-based systems and websites. This particular sector is experiencing significant growth, which offers potential for digital organisations that can deliver technical websites and systems and advice backed by strong customer service.

Martin Oates, commercial director, said: “Precision, process and project-focus are our strengths, and our work with organisations such as Fox’s Biscuits and Kingspan means we’re perfectly placed to help organisations looking for a digital-based solution. This doesn’t always have to be a website – our work with Fox’s has shown how business processes can be made more efficient and cost-effective through the use of web-based systems.

“Our expertise within the third sector derives from our understanding of sensitive subjects, usability and cost effectiveness coupled with our passion for working with such honourable organisations.”