Articles Tagged ‘Frazer Jelleyman’

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Taxi bolsters senior ranks

The WPP agency is hoping to kick the year off right, promoting six men into leadership roles.

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Throwback Thursday: the news of the year

We check out the biggest headlines, moves, account shifts and brand stories from the past 12 months.

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Frazer Jelleyman departs Taxi

The former CCO has left his role at the agency to head home to his native U.K., with chairman Paul Lavoie stepping into the position.

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Video: In the jury room with…

Taxi’s Frazer Jelleyman, Juniper Park’s Barry Quinn and Pirate’s Tom Eymundson dissect work in Cyber, Design and Radio.

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Canada picks up eight Lions

Canada has won two Silver and six Bronze Lions across Design, Cyber and Radio.

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Two new Canadian Cannes jury members announced

Kiip’s founder Brian Wong joins the Innovation jury, while Taxi’s Frazer Jelleyman joins the Cyber panel.

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Top Cannes contenders: Film Craft

Strategy is counting down the campaigns most likely to win big at the Palais at this year’s festival.

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Taxi adds digital CD

The shop has hired Stan Chin, a Cannes Lion award winner who most recently worked at Droga5 in New York.

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CASSIES: 2014 Judges

Meet the judging panel for this year’s awards.

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AOY Silver: Taxi’s customized ride

The agency claims the Silver AOY prize for work for Boston Pizza, Canadian Tire, Kraft Dinner, Mio and Snuggle.

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Taxi launches No Place To Hi.de

CCO Frazer Jelleyman announced at Ad Week that the Canadian agency will launch a crowdsourced initiative taking aim at bullying.

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Why the need for creativity has never been greater

Taxi’s global CCO Frazer Jelleyman on storytelling in the modern age.

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Taxi adds CBO remit, gains new global CCO and loses Taxi 2 ECD

Changing of the creative guard: Steve Mykolyn passes the CCO baton and takes on the new CBO role, while Lance Martin tackles a start-up.