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Pound & Grain Joins the Society of Digital Agencies

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/09/13 -- Vancouver-based digital agency Pound & Grain Digital Inc. is pleased to announce that it has been selected to join the highly esteemed Society of Digital Agencies. SoDA is the recognized voice for digital marketing professionals worldwide with a mission to advance the industry through best practices, education, and advocacy.

"We are truly honoured to become one of the lucky handful of Canadian agencies that are members of SoDA," says Sandy Fleischer, Pound & Grain's Managing Partner.

"It's very exciting to be rolling up our sleeves and getting more involved in our digital industry via collaborating with peers from the best agencies around the world. Without a doubt, joining SoDA is an outstanding opportunity for our leadership team to give back to the industry we love so much."

This invitation to join SoDA caps of a tremendous year for Pound & Grain; The agency more than doubled in size in 2012, and saw an influx of new clients including Electronic Arts, CTV, Rutgers University, Sombrio, and Microsoft.

Says Chris Buettner, SoDA's Executive Director: "We are thrilled to welcome Pound & Grain into the ranks of SoDA membership. We firmly believe the agency's executive team and staff will help to advance our organization's mission in Canada and around the world. SoDA's North American Membership Committee and Board of Directors were extremely impressed by Pound & Grain's thought leadership, willingness to collaborate and passion for our industry - all hallmarks of our organization."

SoDA's membership includes 60+ leading digital companies (including top digital agencies and elite production companies) with offices in 22 countries, across 5 continents. Pound and Grain is one of only two agencies selected to join SoDA from Vancouver.

Pound & Grain (www.poundandgrain.com) is a creative agency built for our digital culture. A true "digital first" studio, Pound & Grain is providing brands throughout North America with a no-nonsense approach to technologically driven experiences, brand building, products, apps, websites, content, and campaigns.

The Society of Digital Agencies (SoDA) (sodaspeaks.com) serves as a voice for digital marketing professionals worldwide with a mission to advance the industry through Best Practices, Education, and Advocacy. SoDA is a non-profit industry organization with Adobe Systems as its founding sponsor.

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Monica Krake
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www.thesocialagency.ca

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