Articles Tagged ‘cundari’
Tilley looks to endure in new markets with new consumers
A stylish play from a company that’s built on function over fashion.
ICA calls for boycott of Toronto Zoo RFP
Canada’s ad agency association says the non-profit’s search is unfair, but the Zoo says it was caught off-guard.
Cundari names new Montreal leadership
Nicolas Lefebvre will lead the office as the agency’s plans for expansion continue to develop.
Season’s greetings from adland, part two
Gingerbread ping pong and a Santa-summoning app land in our second collection of this year’s holiday cards.
Primus debuts a new brand
The telco’s rebranding looks to make it more approachable for both consumers and small businesses.
Cundari picks up three digital assignments
The wins have facilitated growth on its digital team, including the promotion of two new VPs.
The ride of a lifetime
As luxury auto brands offer more affordable vehicles and creative for a wider audience, they’re maintaining premium status through tech and heritage.
New CD among recent hires at Cundari
The agency has bolstered its creative leadership with the addition of Paul Riss and others.
AToMiC Awards: Cinematic ads with an emotional hook
Cineplex and CIBC brought moviegoers (and online viewers) to tears with their long-form branded content videos.
Does drawing make you nervous?
An account executive at Cundari is practicing her design chops by doodling drinks, food and Drake lyrics.
Three lessons on the changing agency model
Executives from Cundari, The&Partnership, Fjord and Studio M gathered at DX3 to dissect the state of the ad world.
CASSIES Bronze: Fix Auto’s first word
The auto shop played on the f-bomb to make its brand top of mind after a collision.
Cundari names new CCO
Sean Barlow joins from Cossette to round out the agency’s “second generation” of leadership.
‘Tis the season for agency holiday cards (part two)
From BBDO to Rethink to Cundari, here is the second round-up of agency holiday goodies.
TD wins big at the CMAs
“#TDThanksYou” wins Best of the Best, with Tim Hortons and PepsiCo picking up multiple awards.