Empowering Business Through Technology
Digital Link was founded upon four pillars:
Digital Link Landmarks
A start-up accounting firm approached us, the rest is history!
That same accountant advised us to cross the T’s and dot the I’s.
Starting small, renting out a single office in Sherwood Park.
First Staff Member
A huge moment in business, adding your first employee.
First Web Client
Due to customer demand, we dipped our toes into what would become a thriving part of Digital Link.
Launched Power Up the Planet
With an excess of electronics to be disposed of, Digital Link started this initiative to donate refurbished electronics to local non-profits.
First Social Media Client
To support our clients, Digital Link expanded into the communications space and brought on our team of experts.
First Calgary Client
As Digital Link grew, our client base and service area expanded south.
Move to St. Albert
As our need for more space continued, we found our new, larger home in St. Albert.
First Out of Province Client
Word of mouth can be very strong, and as such, our first out of province client developed, and Digital Link’s service area expanded across Western Canada.
Move to Edmonton
Once again, our year-on-year expansion required the move to our current home in west Edmonton.
Merger with True PC
Finding an organization that was in-line with Digital Link, a natural partnership and strategic merger took place as the two businesses merged.
With our expanded team and an aging online platform, we decided it was time for a refresh; welcome to our new site!
Digital Link provides communications and marketing services to organizations locally and across Canada. While we are not currently searching for our next amazing team member, please check back to see our available job postings.
Up-cycling Electronics for Charity
We refurbish and recycle electronics for donation to local non-profits in Edmonton & surrounding area.
Power up the Planet works with non-profits and charities to ensure that they and those they help receive the technology they need to operate.