Articles Tagged ‘Dentsu Aegis Network’

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Dentsu Aegis wins Subway

A team made up of talent from agencies in Canada and the U.S. will handle creative and media across North America.

Craft Matters Creative Hack

Why hacking is helpful

A recent Dentsu Aegis hackathon helped creatives from multiple agencies get at new, data-driven ideas for clients.

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Dentsu Aegis advances new talent’s tech chops

Partnering with Google on an internship program aims to bring innovative thinking into its agencies from the bottom up.

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Testicular Cancer Canada embraces embarrassment

The organization’s first bilingual campaign explores what’s worse than talking about testicular health.

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S&E Sponsorship becomes MKTG following acquisition

The agency has also picked up three clients since being bought by Dentsu Aegis Network.

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Dentsu Aegis gets a CMO

Why the network has tapped longtime automotive exec Sandy Di Felice for the newly created role.

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Up to the Minute: Dentsu Aegis ups its data game

Plus: New hires at Zulu, Unitas and Brad, and more news you may have missed.

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Microsoft makes the most of a day

We all get the same 24 hours in a day, but the tech co shines light on those who use them best.

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Up to the Minute: Tag grows by 13

Plus: DS+P wins at One Show Auto, Publicis names new global boards and more news you might have missed.

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Dentsu Aegis acquires Grip

The deal is part of the network’s move to increase its digital capabilities, while Grip looks to expand abroad.

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Media Director of the Year entries now open

It’s time to throw your fearless leader’s name into the ring. But be quick about it – submissions close July 31.

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Up to the Minute: Ogilvy wins RCMP biz

Plus: NKPR wins with engineers, a new media agency for Loblaw and more news you might have missed.

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Dentsu Aegis’ Isobar acquires Spoke Agency

Founders Jeff Greenspoon and Kai Exos will be staying on as leaders as their shop becomes part of Isobar Canada.