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DBMM Group Extending Social Media Offering

NEW YORK, NY and LOS ANGELES, CA and LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 05/09/14 -- Digital Brand Media & Marketing Group, Inc. (OTC Pink: DBMM) (PINKSHEETS: DBMM) DBMM agency Digital Clarity has revealed a new service offering that dovetails into the company's existing Social Media and suite of Digital Marketing services.

Through recent meetings in the US and across Europe, the company had major overtures to build, manage and measure brand development for both existing and new companies. DBMM Group, Inc. sees potential for significant growth in this area as complication and confusion in quantifying the effects of Social Media within the sector which needs seasoned and specialized expertise.

Reggie James, Co-Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice-President Marketing & Communications, has commented: "In the last few years the evolving state of digital communications has completely transformed how companies behave and how consumers engage with a brand. This revolution has put the balance of power firmly with the consumer and the consumer's voice is not only louder but the need for measurement and management is now paramount."

He added, "Given the heterogeneous nature of Social Media, especially with the vagaries of international markets that have their own unique nuances, means many companies are still struggling to cope with the sector, let alone harness the power of the medium."

James went on to say, "This is an area that DBMM's subsidiary, Digital Clarity, can build upon its core skills and leverage its reach and knowledge in Social Media to develop a robust plan for client companies."

In summary, it is clear that companies are increasing their digital footprint in order to maintain or establish a competitive advantage. These companies are crossing industry sectors and reaching out to DBMM and that is good news.

About Digital Brand Media & Marketing Group, Inc. (DBMM)
DBMM Group crafts, designs and executes digital marketing strategies across multiple ad platforms and social media networks for a broad array of clients to help each of them establish a uniform brand identity across the digital universe. The product offering is a unique value proposition of intelligent analytics provided by an experienced digital marketing and technology team. DBMM is an OTC Pink Company, Symbol OTC Pink: DBMM.

About VMS Holdings, Inc. (VMS)
VMS Holdings, Inc. develops a mobile application for sharing videos. Its mobile application allows companies and users to send and receive video content to and from a mobile phone; subscribe for a favorite celebrity, actor, TV-channel, or team and get video updates; and create your own channel and become a broadcaster, as well as serves as a tool for mobile marketing and sales. The company's mobile application is available for Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, and Symbian devices. It distributes its mobile application through distributors, and mobile device and application stores in Africa, Europe, Asia, North America, and South Africa. It serves mobile operators and media companies, government organizations and law enforcement agencies, premium content providers and retailers, sports clubs, and celebrities worldwide.

About BRANDmini
BRANDmini is a transactional marketing automation platform for creating, serving, and measuring marketing campaigns across multiple online channels and mobile devices. Our platform is integrated with leading ad networks, publishers, mobile platforms and social sites. BRANDmini's innovative In-Page technology empowers brands to engage and transact with consumers while they are browsing. Now anyone can build branded transactional ads, gadgets, social landing pages and run campaigns anywhere your customers are.

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