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Mobile means the end of anonymity: trend

The fourth installment of JWT’s Canada Trend Study tackles mobile, from personal privacy issues to new business solutions.

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Saying no to pitches

TBWA’s George Nguyen peeks behind the curtain on why an agency says thanks, but no thanks.

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Canadians want to rage against the machine: trend

JWT’s third installment of its Trend Report also finds that mind-reading tech will soon make a big bang.

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Need for change

Couleur Locale’s Dom Trudeau’s call to action: disrupt everything. Innovate yourself. Change things like tomorrow depends on it.

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Consumers want brands to capture imagination: trend

Part two of JWT’s Trend Report finds that immersive experiences and speaking in photos are fast-growing among Canadians.

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Cossette’s hiring spree, including two Toronto CDs

Sean Barlow and Joe Piccolo join the Toronto office to helm the McDonald’s account, while the agency’s Vancouver location picks up 10 new staff.

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Cannes blog: The power of mobile

Boston Pizza’s Young Marketer, Bianca Kwasnycia, shares the best work she’s seen, including an app that lets you control your dreams and another that enhances news for kids.

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Nine-and-a-half things I learned about running an ad agency

Andy Macaulay shares wisdom gleaned from years in the agency trenches.

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SXSW blog: The Juggalos and branding for social change

Laura Muirhead explores what marketers can learn about cultivating community from, of all things, the Insane Clown Posse.

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SXSW blog: human connection in the digital age

Tribal DDB’s Nik Badminton learns that the most valuable lesson of this interactive festival may be about putting down your device.

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SXSW blog: Harnessing the fear of missing out

On Day 2, Jon Mandell learns to steal like an artist, build humour into the digital experience and leverage FOMO in marketing.

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SXSW blog: Driving better brand experiences

Tribal DDB’s Nikolas Badminton on what agencies and clients can learn from the tech innovations of Formula 1 and Toyota.

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Consumerology: Micro-social networks provide more POP options

Bensimon Byrne’s Max Valiquette on how micro-social networks can help shopper marketers provide consumers with more compelling offers.

Three things: How Steve Jobs would have approached shopper marketing

Hunter Straker’s Matthew Diamond highlights three ways of thinking about the industry differently by asking, “what would Steve Jobs have done?”