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Bolser makes six new appointments

Bolser's new starters

Leeds-based digital agency Bolser, which counts Microsoft, Flutter, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, AIG Life and Budweiser Brewing Group among its clients, has announced six new appointments.

Hannah Lunn has joined Bolser as an account manager from video production company and photography studio Powerhouse, where she was client services manager.

Becki Short and Isabel Feather have been recruited into their first career roles after university as account executive and account intern respectively.

In addition, the agency has strengthened its web development and design team. Jacob Towie has been hired as a digital designer, whilst Imad Kazi has taken the position of junior developer having previously work at online electrical retailer Ebuyer.

Following a successful training apprenticeship, Ben Palmer has joined Bolser as a junior UAT tester.

Bolser founder and managing director, Ashley Bolser, said: “To meet the ambitions of our strategic growth plan, it is essential that we have people with the right attitude and skillsets in place.

“Bolser has experienced strong growth since the start of this year. These new appointments are testament to that and with a strong pipeline of retained work and new business we expect growth to continue.”

Established in 2001, Bolser currently employs 35 people, The agency provides services including digital strategy, user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design, web and app development, app store optimisation and search engine optimisation.

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