Articles Tagged ‘cossette’

Royalroads

Royal Roads University launches rebrand

The Victoria, BC-based school is promoting its refreshed identity with an OOH-focused campaign this summer.

Human Twitter

Mobile to the rescue

A panel of experts from Cossette, Best Buy, Virgin Mobile and Tribal DDB weigh-in on how mobile can solve new advertising dilemmas.

Michael Milardo

Cossette Vancouver adds two hires

The additions are part of a long-term expansion plan for the west coast office.

well.ca

Online stores pop up in the offline world

Online retailer Well.ca could be at the forefront of a mobile-only pop-up store trend, predicts Nikolas Badminton, Tribal DDB.

chad

Cossette grows by six

The hires, including CD Chad Borlase, are a diverse group spanning levels of experience, according to co-CCOs Matt Litzinger and David Daga.

BrotherCanada

Brother Canada leads with a better experience

The home and office equipment brand has launched an OOH, radio and digital campaign focusing on customer service.

LCBO

The LCBO hangs out

The retailer targets men who want a guy’s night in with its first digital-only campaign.

KoodoFriendswithBenefits

Koodo’s unique take on travel rewards

The mobile brand has launched a Facebook contest that plays with the benefits of having long-distance friends.

Telus

Telus makes a merry connection

The mobile co has launched a contest connecting Facebook fans with in-store customers and gifting them with prize packs.

CanadaPost

Canada Post pushes paper

The Crown corp launches its first TV ad campaign since 2007, promoting the value of real card giving.

TwitterGiftSOS

It’s the most digital time of the year

Shoppers Drug Mart, Future Shop, Best Buy and Indigo launch online holiday campaigns.

McDonaldsCoffee

McDonald’s ups the coffee ante

The QSR launches its biggest campaign yet to introduce the new espresso-based products to Canada.

futureshopholiday

Future Shop has what you ‘Most-Must’ want

The company goes heavy into digital with its 2011 holiday campaign.

MOCCA

MOCCA puts the pink on people

The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art targets the masses with a campaign that adds some colour to the everyday.