WeAreDigital has been invited to join the Society of Digital Agencies [SoDA], an extremely selective association of the world’s top digital agencies.
WeAreDigital CEO Karson Stimson, will travel to Barcelona in July for the SoDA global conference where the leaders from each SoDA agency will come together to collaborate, knowledge share, discuss best practices, industry trends and explore ways to shape the future of digital experiences.
SoDA currently has 80 members in 26 countries across 6 continents. Membership is invitation-only, restricted to C-level executives of digital agencies and offers many benefits to the agencies and their employees.
Following 75 applicants received for 2014, WeAreDigital was one of six companies globally that were invited to join SoDA, reinforcing WeAreDigital’s status as one of Australia’s leading digital commerce agencies.
As a member of SoDA, WeAreDigital will contribute a unique Australian view and help SoDA with their mission to advance the industry through Best Practices, Education and Advocacy. WeAreDigital joins premier global digital agencies such as Huge, First Born, Bigspaceship, Perfect Fools, Fluid and local agencies Deepend, Reactive and the Farm.
Chris Buettner, Executive Director SoDA: “We’re thrilled to add yet another fantastic agency to our already strong roster of member companies in Australia and New Zealand. We have no doubt WeAreDigital is going to add great value to our membership and our organization as a whole. We know that their team will bring new knowledge and a fresh point of view to the discussions that take place among SoDA members.”
Karson Stimson, CEO WeAreDigital: “It is a huge honour to be acknowledged among the top tier of digital agencies globally. I look forward to contributing and collaborating with the best of the best and getting our team involved with all that SoDA has to offer.”
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