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Three new projects for Sweet Punk.

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Sweet Punk, 27 July 2020

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Sweet Punk signs three new projects, and we are pretty proud about it.

Bouygues Bâtiment International

Bouygues Bâtiment International, a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction specializing in complex building projects, wanted to highlight its technical expertise and its achievements and chose Sweet Punk for this major project.
The agency will therefore be responsible for creating a brand-specific site, which will showcase the image and invite users to admire the premium achievements of this leading group and pioneer in innovation.

The Aquarium La Rochelle

The Aquarium La Rochelle, one of the largest private aquariums in Europe, has chosen Sweet Punk to redesign its site and thus continue the brand’s rise to power on the web.
The objective: to make the Aquarium La Rochelle one of the essential tourist destinations on the Atlantic coast.

Street Power Football

Street Power Football, the new video game dedicated to street football culture, wants to make noise in the community of enthusiasts present all over the world.
SFL Interactive therefore chose Sweet Punk to create its website with the objective of offering a personalized tour to players according to their location to make it the number 1 street football game in the world

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