C-Suite

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How to overcome Canadians’ waning trust in business

Edelman’s annual Trust Barometer brought some bad news, but engaging employees may be the solution.

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Insights of the Week: Molson is patient with VR play

The most essential industry intelligence on your competition and your consumers.

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Why PwC is hiring creative directors

An expanding creative team shows the consultancy, like its competitors, wants more of your business.

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Tilley looks to endure in new markets with new consumers

A stylish play from a company that’s built on function over fashion.

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How to gain (or lose) influence

Ipsos’ Steve Levy shows what makes or breaks an influential brand in Canada.

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Hiring the right talent a big concern for 2017: survey

Conference Board of Canada report shows technology is outpacing HR departments in Canada.

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Brand Finance reveals this year’s most valuable brands

The big banks and telcos still dominate the top 10 of the annual ranking.

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Insights of the Week – Jager’s up-market moves

The most essential industry intelligence from the the past seven days.

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Sponsorship growth slowing in N.America: report

IEG’s annual report shows North America will lag global investments, but sports remains top of the pile.

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Harley-Davidson will roar into downtown retail

Targeting crowded urban youth will present specific challenges to a company that built its brand on the open road.

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Scotiabank Digital Factory throws a housewarming

The state-of-the-art business lab has a mandate to make real-world tools to enhance customer experience.

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Insights of the Week – Awkward conversations

Your at-a-glance digest of CMO insights from the the past seven days.

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John Corley named Xerox Canada president

The company vet will lead marketing, strategy and sales to help build the company’s reputation.

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Ontario Tourism’s CMO takes over as president

Lisa LaVecchia’s priorities and expectations for marketing the province in 2017

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As tech disrupts customer trust, CEOs see little innovation

A new PwC survey suggests Canadian firms aren’t investing where they should.