Eleva Capital is a Paris based independent investment manager, with offices also in London, focused on actively investing in European equities. The team implemented a unique and disciplined philosophy with an original angle on stock-picking.The Firm is proud of its independence and looks to differentiate through its performance, client proximity and integrity. Eleva Capital also has a long-term, innovative and industry-leading partnership with UNICEF, allocating c.10% of the Firms profits via the Eleva Foundation. In May 2107 Eleva Capital commissioned Why Media to redesign and develop a new website that helped them to stand out from their competitors in their space.


The Objective

The original Eleva Capital website lacked character and did not reflect the overall personality of the company with dated elements and static images. Eleva Capital required a new website that allowed them to stand ahead of their competitors and incorporated outstanding imagery and animated elements.



Innovative & User Friendly

Why Media collaborated with the team at Eleva Capital to create an innovative and user friendly website with a clean, professional image. The homepage incorporates strong use of brand colours, quick navigation to key elements through homepage boxes and an engaging and interactive animation, created from scratch by Why Media which highlights the company’s key values. The website also adopts innovative features such as automated data functionality, allowing company figures to be pulled through and updated automatically. 


The Website

One of the most impressive features of the website, is the creation of an integrated not for profit page, an initiative that other competitors in the space were not undertaking. This page was tailored to suit the charities own branding, and blends seamlessly into the new website. As the Eleva Capital head office is located in Paris, France, the website was also supplemented with a french version, allowing the site to be viewed overseas

Key Features



International Intergration


Automated Feed


Website Before & After