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Cannes 2017: More Canadian wins in Cyber, Direct, Creative Data and Mobile
Critical Mass and Sid Lee picked up their first awards, while FCB and Leo continued their winning ways.
Cannes 2017: IKEA and Leo Burnett cook up two Lions
"Cook This Page" earns the agency trophies in Outdoor and Promo & Activation.
IKEA picks Rethink as new AOR
Following a four month review process, all three agency offices will contribute to the national creative assignment.
Leo Burnett wins at The One Show
Six Canadian agencies combined for 12 Pencils at last week's awards.
Shopper Innovation Awards: Ikea hacks delivery pain points
Leo Burnett's campaigns showed how easy it can be to buy (and move) new furniture.
IKEA gets into the connected home
A new product line brings the brand's trademark affordability and simplicity to the smart lighting category.
Ikea is Swedish for…
As the retailer celebrates 40 years in Canada, we walk through the brand's colourful evolution and look at what made it twinkle.
AToMiC Awards: Disrupted expectations
Ikea and the Foundation Fighting Blindness messed with media to win the audience's attention.
Ikea brings the kitchen downtown
The brand has created a tasty experience in downtown Toronto as part of its food-first approach.
Around the world of shopper marketing
Ikea steps into VR, Gatsby stops cart abandonment and more forward-thinking global retail executions.
Reaching for reconnection
Consumers are looking to switch off and live more "real" lives - and brands are listening.
AOY Gold: Leo Burnett’s winning vision
After a huge year on the awards circuit (including an Emmy), the agency wins its second consecutive Agency of the Year Gold.
PR AOY Silver: Citizen Relations’ adaptation
The agency dives deeper into data, and changes with the times as the definition of PR evolves.
MAOY Bronze: Jungle Media’s nimble advantage
The scrappy young agency's flexible approach helps it land a Bronze this year.
Brands get on the Blue Jays bandwagon
How Ikea, Honda and Budweiser showed a little spirit ahead of the team's first playoff game.