Articles Tagged ‘ddb canada’


Leadership shakeup comes to DDB and Tribal

CCO Cosmo Campbell, president Andrew McCartney and managing director Michelle Kitchen are no longer at the agency.


Fun with Frank

Frank Palmer believes the joy is being sucked out of creativity, but he is still excited to play the game.


Skittles to hold store closing blowout

The third edition of the brand’s Holiday Pawn Shop activation will be the last.


Dairy Farmers asks: Does Santa really drink all that milk?

The organization’s first holiday campaign leverages a longstanding tradition to help it connect with consumers on an emotional level.


Volkswagen has Golf owners do the heavy lifting

Through a new online platform, prospective buyers can have their questions answered by the real experts: actual Golf owners.

CPA Canada

Check it out: Chartered accountants tackle the ‘internet fad’

A new campaign positions CPAs as having a direct impact on future-proofing businesses.


DDB names new ECD in Montreal

Sann Sava takes over leadership of the office’s creative department.


Here is the Digital Agency of the Year shortlist

These 14 agencies are still in the running for DAOY.


Volkswagen makes eyes wander

A campaign for the redesigned Tiguan focuses on design appeal to stand out in the highly competitive SUV segment.


Check it out: What keeps a frog from exploding?

The Ecomuseum Zoo fills the streets of Montreal with surprising facts about the animals it looks after.

el furioso

A cage match between art and science

DDB Canada COO Lance Saunders on how the old communications playbook based on reasoned messaging has changed.


Cossette wins big at 2017 Marketing Awards

“VS” and “Bring Back the Bees” take top honours, with Lg2, Sid Lee, Leo Burnett and Rethink also winning Gold.


Crime Stoppers imagines a world without crime

A new campaign in B.C. takes a broader approach to help drive awareness for the organization among millennials.


Dairy Farmers makes its own tradition

The organization uses sentimental creative to highlight cheese makers’ creativity and freedom.


Tourism Nova Scotia slows down

The organization gets more strategic as it aims to attract advocates for the province.