The International Hydropower Association (IHA) is a non-profit membership organisation that serves as the voice of sustainable hydropower worldwide. Catch is excited to announce that we’ve successfully helped them amplify that voice through a new website platform experience, launching in time to coincide with their 25th anniversary.
The new website provides the association a great platform with which to continue their 25-year journey promoting the benefits of hydropower and the adoption, recognition and exchange of sustainable practices while offering a compelling argument for both individuals and companies to support their mission.
“We set Catch Digital a daunting challenge: to deliver a cutting-edge website that would help to reposition and rebrand IHA’s digital presence. The team was hugely impressed with their creativity, resourcefulness and attention to detail. We are delighted with the final result.”
Will Henley, Head of Communications IHA
Despite the challenges of remote working during lockdown, our teams were able to seamlessly collaborate through virtual workshops, and deliver success.
We’re excited to continue our partnership with IHA and support them in their commitment to responsible and sustainable hydropower.
You can check out their new site www.hydropower.org or read our full case study at the link below.
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