There is a sweet way to do it.
Pupsic provides you with the best talents in marketing, creative & tech.
Disrupting the classical agency model, Pupsic is a Swiss marketplace offering local & nearshore dedicated resources to your projects.
Supporting your growth without compromising quality
Swiss-based, our project managers are close to you, talking your language and connecting with a pool of talents in our nearshore offices. Looking to hire talents directly & remotely? Our team can delegate dedicated resources to your company and we take care of the administrative tasks locally.
What We Do?
Our digital marketers can handle all your brand activities in multiple languages with multiple CRMs and platforms mastered
Our web and mobile engineers develop customised applications or adapt open sources solutions
Our graphical designers can build new brands from scratch while designing customer experiences
Our translators’ network is ready to support your brand globalisation with a strong expertise in digital channels adaptations
Pupsic is a startup studio helping your product to get quickly into your customers' hands.
Some of the work we do for our clients.
Perrelet Facebook Ads
Attractive World Landing Page A/B testing
Nicola Savoretti eReputation
Shawish World First Diamond Ring Website
Château Constellation Multilingual eCommerce
Bamboo Capital Ux Design
Our network of talents
Meet your new team
They trust us already
Our customers are from all sizes and shapes. From big brands looking for digital hubs, to small businesses looking for affordable yet manageable solutions, Pupsic is here to support your business.
Our website was old and we wanted a team able to do the graphical, technology and marketing under one roof. We found it: it is Pupsic!
Chalets & Maisons Bois
I needed a team to help on some creative work and Pupsic was a go-to solution, easy to connect with and cost-effective
Founder Stone Yield
Frequently Asked Question
Your resources costs will vary based on the allocation time. Our resources are spread in our various nearshore offices in Ukraine and Algeria. Moreover, some programs requires project managers based in Switzerland or the US. Our pricing grid is available upon request.
Yes. We make it a point to hire and sustain our talents and not fall into the traps of freelancing gig that could be hard to follow for all parties. We hire our people, we train and develop them and we allocate them to a specific client.
Agencies usually work on projects mode, and invoice time and expenses. Here, you buy a resources. It is yours. You pilot it remotely and we manage the HR aspects of the job.
Yes but there is a fee. Depending on the profile, the amount could go up to 40% of the annually salary of the employee.
Pupsic can allocate for you a project manager, who will source and pilot your team on your behalf. The project manager is yours and you will have to absorb his additional cost.
Usually marketplaces offer you a “connection” between a freelancer and your job and take a commission. Here, we don’t take one. On the other hand, you got us as a partner to build you a capability hub easy to scale and manage.
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