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The Opportunity

We were delighted to launch a new corporate website for KBS Electrical & Data Services Ltd, a leading national electrical contractor for the retail, commercial and construction sectors established in 1961, whose clients including Waitrose & Partners, WHSmith and John Lewis & Partners.

The new website followed a brand evolution and extensive rollout, also carried out by us. Our brief was to create an attractive and comprehensive ‘shop window’ for the business, clearly outlining their services and capability, and showcasing a wide range of projects. Equally important was to convey the company’s personality, values and to provide a better platform for client and staff engagement.


New Corporate Website


KBS Electrical & Data Services



The Challenge

Our creative and digital teams focused on creating a modern design with strong brand application and engaging user experience, utlising animation and key facts & figures to demonstrate the extensive track record and history of the company. 

The design also gave prominence to KBS’s fantastic client testimonials and newly commissioned team photography. The website was optimised for search and for use on all devices, and includes a comprehensive, user-friendly content management system.  

The Solution

The KBS website has become the central hub for both Business Development and Marketing activities. The site has seen exponential growth in users over the past 12 months, while maintaining a high click-through rate.

It was a pleasure working with the KBS team who brought enthusiasm and knowledge input to the project throughout. We are delighted with the positive feedback received from the KBS team and their external stakeholders.

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"Fantastic work by the Chapman team, very pleased with the outcome"
Daniel Robson
Managing Director

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