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Website Design

Client: Barry Group Inc.

The underpinning of any WaterWerks web design strategy revolves around what is best, fastest, and most relevant to our client’s customers. Barry Group Inc. provides seafood to over 40 countries worldwide. When you are a worldwide player operating in Asia, Europe, and North America, it is critical that language is not a barrier to your customer getting the information they want immediately. The website required custom video and extensive photography for the product gallery. This digital tool further enhanced the product catalogue by adding the ability of users to quickly move a toggle to identify which species were available at what time of the year. This smart web technology communicates in any language.

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Client: Qalipu First Nation

The Qalipu First Nation Band needed a brand and website to represent their new tourism effort, which invites people to ‘Experience Qalipu’ – a cultural experience that includes a unique collection of Mi’kmaq businesses, crafts, outfitters, parks, and art.

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Video Production

Client: NOIA

2017 marked the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Industry Association. NOIA is North America’s largest offshore petroleum association. Since the beginning NOIA has provided far-reaching benefits to the oil & gas industry of Newfoundland and Labrador. WaterWerks is very proud to have led the production of a series of videos that presents the past and looks toward the future of the industry. The videos were showcased at the 40th anniversary gala and celebrate long-term members, up and coming leaders and outstanding contributors.

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Digital & Social Media Marketing

Client: Newfoundland Eggs

For our client, Newfoundland Eggs, launching the "Laid Right Here" contest and brand was about more than likes. It was about getting people talking - about buying local, about food security, and economic sustainability. It was about creating a sense of local pride and generating excitement through a social media campaign, which provided a base of engaged and happy followers with whom we can keep talking. People of the province are eating it up!

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