Former Director of User Acquisition at Breaktime Studios Launches a New Full Service Digital Agency LEFTMARK

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 16, 2015

It was announced today that former user acquisition director at Breaktime Studios, Suman Som has launched a full service digital service agency called Leftmark. Based in San Francisco, the agency will be dedicated to offering a one-stop solution to brands and professional firms.

Focusing on six key areas, the agency will deliver across digital strategy, digital publicity, social media, design, search engine optimization, app development and marketing.

The University of Chicago alumnus, Som, has helped companies like TinyCo, Bidtech and Enova International with sustainable user acquisition strategies for tech products in the past 7 years.

It was also announced that Som will take up the role as the CEO at Leftmark, while Pete Russell will act as the Managing Director. David Wesolowski has also teamed up to work as the Director of Business Development bringing in his experience from Optimal Effort Technology. Other key appointments will be announced shortly.

When asked about the idea behind the agency, Som commented, The world definitely isnt looking for another agency its looking for good ones. We dont believe in shouting the same thing every day its noise. At Leftmark, we give our team the pure, undiluted autonomy to produce amazing things for our clients. At Leftmark, were selling creativity that helps marketing.

The company is offering a free seo competition analysis for clients who reach out to them on their email general(at)leftmark(dot)co.

About is a full service digital agency based in San Francisco, California. The company offers digital services including app development, app marketing, web development and search engine optimization. The Leftmark team is active on twitter and Google+.

For press enquiries, please contact press(at)leftmark(dot)co


Address: 1233 Howard St #2D, San Francisco, CA 94109

Phone: (415) 926-8480

Email: press(at)leftmark(dot)co


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