Fargo, ND – Sundog Interactive, Inc. has been recognized by North Dakota Young Professionals (NDYP) as the 2016 Best Place to Intern in North Dakota.
“I never get asked to fetch coffee or order lunch. I am an individual in this organization whose thoughts and opinions truly matter,” said Morgan Weiler, Sundog’s marketing writer and social media intern. “Sundog knows that it is crucial for young professionals to receive an education outside of just school and strive to make it possible for us to be the best version we can be. My fellow Sundoggers want me to achieve and learn everything I can during my time there. Sundog not only supports my future as a professional… they take leaps and bounds to make it happen.”
NDYP recognizes businesses in the state that are going above and beyond to provide exceptional internship opportunities that educate and nurture the professional development of individuals along with providing critical workforce experience.
Sundog was also named a runner up for the 2016 Best Place to Work. They won the award in 2013 and 2010.
Celebrating their 20th anniversary this year, Sundog has received recognition for their culture throughout the community, state and nation. They’ve been named the “Best Small Company to Work For” six years in a row and made Prairie Business’s 50 Best Work Places list this year. They were also named to the Inc. 500|5000 List of the nation’s fastest-growing companies in 2014, 2013 and 2012, and were recognized as a Best Place to Work in Marketing and Media by Advertising Age magazine in 2012 and 2011.
Founded in 1995, Sundog specializes in revenue performance-focused marketing. With a long history of expertise with indirect sales channels, the company is a trusted leader for industries including manufacturing, food service, wholesale trade and agriculture. Sundog turns leads into revenue through customer journey mapping and segmentation, lead management, mobile and web development, insights and analytics, complex integrations and more.