A DIGITAL agency which has helped more than 350 organisations grow their brands has got its 15th anniversary off to a flying start.

Digital Storm – founded by three people working from home in 2003 – has been awarded 20 projects as it celebrates the milestone.

The assignments include a breast cancer information website for the NHS, an e-commerce store for a family-run jewellery firm and a new website for a yacht brokerage.

The agency, at Old Christchurch Road in Bournemouth, currently employs nine people and is owned by digital director Paul Andrews, creative director Damion Hazael and account director Lesley Simmons.

Lesley Simmons said: “We’ve helped 350-plus clients grow over the years through our fully integrated web, design and marketing agency services, optimising their brands through multi-media channels.

“To have such a strong order book, with 20 projects already in our landmark year, is testament to the work Digital Storm carries out nationally and internationally for discerning clients in the private, public and third sectors.”

An information directory and promotional website, through Poole Hospital’s Ladybird Unit, the breast screening clinic for 96,000 women in Dorset, is one of the latest projects.

Others include an e-commerce platform for Poole-based Forum Jewellers, which has been with Digital Storm since 2013, a new yacht brokerage website for Parkstone Bay Yachts and the design and the development of a brand-new food and drink directory and members’ community for Dorset Food & Drink.

A new website launched by Digital Storm promoted the China: Embracing Innovation conference, an initiative by Bournemouth Borough Council and supported by Dorset Chamber.

Other wins include the renewal of a marketing retainer for Fabric Land, while Digital Storm has produced a range of marketing materials for Dorset Chamber of Commerce and Industry, with which it is a platinum business partner.