Creative Director Ranking 2018
List of Awards
List Of Awards
In the News
CRC 2019: Top CDs on building a strong partnership
Teams at Cossette and Rethink share the secrets to a successful work marriage that spawns award-winning ads.
2018 CRC: Cossette’s got global goals
The #1 CRC agency is in the midst of a creative renaissance, thanks to top CDs Carlos Moreno and Peter Ignazi at the helm.
The 2018 Creative Report Card is out
Here are this year's rankings of the industry's top creatives, strategists, brands and agencies.
Cossette appoints first global CCOs
Carlos Moreno and Peter Ignazi will lead the agency's creative vision and continue to build the business in new markets.
2018 MOY: Building the new SickKids
How Lori Davison's passion for brand strategy is helping the foundation take on its most ambitious goal ever.
Creatives’ insights: Why SickKids ‘VS’ meant letting go
Cossette's Carlos Moreno on how the shift in emotional tone was done successfully.
SickKids turns its focus to moms
The latest "VS" spot puts family matriarchs at the centre of a new charitable giving drive.
The top agency stories of 2015
We continue our look at what shaped the industry 2015, this time through our most-read news out of the agency world.
Two new creatives for Cossette
Former Anomaly and long-time BBDO creatives Craig McIntosh and Jaimes Zentil join the shop.
CMA Awards judges revealed
Cossette's Carlos Moreno and Canadian Tire's Susan O'Brien are set to co-chair this year's committee.
Peter Ignazi and Carlos Moreno join Cossette
The ECDs have left BBDO to assume the role of co-CCOs as Cossette refocuses on its expansion plans.
Prince Edward County wants to make city dwellers long for a simpler, more authentic experience.
Trends gaining (and losing) steam
Keep an eye on these marketing buzzwords and buzz topics that are starting to make the rounds, or die a slow death.
Creative Report Card: Odd jobs and creative outlets
This year’s top CDs, including BBDO's Peter Ignazi (pictured) share stories of past employment, secret talents and side projects.
Stuck in a Mad Men era
In part two of strategy’s diversity series, we examine why agencies struggle to get women and visible minorities up the ranks.