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Glasgow 2014 selects Dog Digital

13th October 2009

Glasgow 2014, the Organising Committee (OC) for the 20th Commonwealth Games to be held in Glasgow between 23rd July and 3rd August 2014, has appointed digital communications specialists Dog Digital, to develop a new website and digital communications platform. The site will be designed to reflect the new Glasgow 2014 brand identity, currently in development, and will introduce site functionality in line with the OC’s planned objectives during the preparation and build-up phases of the Games.

Dog Digital came out on top after a competitive pitch process and are naturally delighted to be working with the OC. “Glasgow 2014 is the largest and most high profile sporting event for the City of Glasgow and Scotland in the next five years and we are thrilled with the OC’s decision to appoint Dog Digital to develop this site and for the opportunity to join the Glasgow 2014 team” said David Hamilton, Client Services Director for Dog Digital.

“Dog Digital responded with a consistently high quality and detailed proposal, which left the OC in no doubt that they are our ideal partner agency.” added John Donnelly, Director of Marketing and Sponsorship for Glasgow 2014. “The web is a critical element of our communications plan for the Games and we look forward to working with Dog Digital to help the OC deliver a world class Games for the city in 2014”.


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