Dog Digital to sponsor #chscot

Announcing our second supporter

Today to welcome the advent of April, we’re delighted to welcome Glasgow-based agency Dog Digital as a Culture Hack Scotland sponsor.  And you thought there couldn’t be any more exciting Dog Digital-related news following their exciting expansion announcement last week…well you were wrong!

Established in 1996, Dog Digital is one of the UK’s leading full service agencies. With a full time staff of 53 digital experts and a newly established office in Singapore, Dog offer a full spectrum of digital services. Specialisms of particular note include web content management systems, content production, online advertising and social media marketing.

Included in their extensive client list are UEFA, Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, DF Concerts, The National Theatre of Scotland, ScottishPower, Scottish Premier League (SPL), Scottish Widows Investment Partnership, Scottish Enterprise, Innis & Gunn and Visit Scotland.

You can find out more about them at

About Rohan Gunatillake

Rohan is one of the co-producers of Sync.

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