The fashion brand for wheelchair users has a new initiative that aims to empower customers with more than their style choices.
The beauty giant launches a new in-house production studio in Montreal, the first among its offices worldwide.
KBS Toronto’s Rick Jessup on why brands and agencies need to stop wasting time on vanity metrics.
The new talent management offering aims to help brands better connect with their target demos.
The head of Nomad Logic explains why brands are missing out on the full power of the king of social engagement.
This Remembrance Day, the bank encourages moments of silence on social media.
Toronto’s Fortnight Lingerie puts flame to padding, encouraging women to “#BustOut.”
Brands should help get people to put down their phones, and Marketelle’s Jessie Sternthal explains why.
The Unilever brand partners with social media creator “Mama Bee” for its latest self-esteem push.
The PepsiCo brand uses a 12-hour event on Periscope to promote its latest limited-time chips.
How the second “Restaurants for Change” event plans to get its message of food security in front of more people.
The brand teams up with YouTubers for a challenge aiming to get kids interested in STEM.
Danone asks consumers to check in with their yogurt habits as it looks to stand out in a crowded market.
Pound & Grain’s Jackson Murphy and Michelle Knight on why we shouldn’t just let emoji conversations take over.
Rethink Breast Cancer takes its hunks to Tinder as part of its continuing digital play.