Articles Tagged ‘AToMiC 2019’

CommonGround

Pressing play on content

Editor Jennifer Horn on why content remains king for marketers.

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AToMiC 2019: The old meets the new

A look at where the bar has been set in creative uses of technology, design and brand content.

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AToMiC 2019: Getting immersive

How biometrics and AR helped drive deeper engagement.

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AToMiC 2019: The reality of tech

FCB and Mosaic used technology with the aim of changing and saving lives.

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AToMiC 2019: The brand (content) bandwagon

Check out award-winning work from Lg2, Cossette, Rethink, DDB, Initiative, Zulu Alpha Kilo and Bensimon Byrne / Narrative / OneMethod

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AToMiC 2019: The art of design

Striking design work by Rethink, Cossette, Lg2, The Local Collective, Sid Lee, Grey Canada and Leo Burnett.

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AToMiC 2019: Get out-of-home

Proof, J. Walter Thompson Canada and Rethink brought home awards for OOH creative.

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AToMiC 2019: Think differently

A look at how bold approaches and new insights led to award-winning campaigns.

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AToMiC 2019: Innovate to integrate

Cossette and Initiative found creative ways to get the word out about SickKids and Wendy’s.

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AToMiC 2019: When diversity and advertising collide

DDB, Zulu Alpha Kilo and FCB/Six create work that champions diversity in its many forms.

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AToMiC 2019: Sustainable shifts

Rethink and Havas thought up bold, socially-conscious campaigns for IKEA and Greenfield Natural Meat Co.

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AToMiC 2019: Starting afresh with different insights

How brands old and new took bold approaches to securing consumer loyalty.

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Creative confectionary brands

Anomaly and BBDO created AToMiC award-winning programs that targeted stoners and haters for Oh Henry! and Snickers.

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2019 AToMiC Awards winners revealed

BBDO’s “Paralympic Network” took the Grand Prix in a year where branded content led to game-changing ideas.

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AToMiC 2019: Cannabis 101

Central Station and Cossette schooled Canadians on pot.