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The Duke of York founded Pitch@Palace to provide a platform to amplify and accelerate the work of Entrepreneurs. However, the old website did not match their vision as a brand and impacted engagement, applications and effectiveness. They wanted a website to match the calibre of the Pitch@Palace People’s Choice Award microsite we had built for them.Find out more about Pitch@Palace 👉
Continuing the digital brand we had established with the People’s Choice site, we created a visually rich and engaging website powered by customised WordPress elements. Two key features of this site are the log-in section to view the Pitch@Palace Alumni, as well as the flexible event section which aids the team with automation and easily managed event updates.
Following on from our work on the microsite, we applied the same design to the main website. Several elements applied themselves to the main website, including the brand colours. So, with the brand style in place, using customised WordPress elements, we built the site.
There were some key required features of the site, including the log-in section and events. The log-in section allows users to be able to access the alumni section of Pitch@Palace. The alumni section is an archive of all successful entrepreneurs who made it to the boot camp. Not only a good resource but it gives the entrepreneurs status and endorsement. The events section receives updates with each boot camp and tour. With built-in countdown clocks, it provides a real-time update on the status of each event.
“The Blue Stag team combined a strong understanding of the Pitch@Palace brand, mission, and audiences, the practical requirements for our website as a primary engagement tool and real creative flair. The result is a website that reflects the spirit of innovation that underpins Pitch@Palace and provides a truly valuable resource for our Entrepreneurs, Partners and Supporters.”Ayesha Bharmal, Assistant Private Secretary to HRH The Duke of York
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