Articles Tagged ‘Glen Hunt’

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Searching for Joe Canada

As the country celebrates its 150th birthday, marketers are planning a patriotic outpouring in the rush to define what it means to be Canadian in 2017.

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Vision7 restructures

Four operating divisions and new additions to the management team chart the course for international growth.

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Yes we Cannes: Campaigns for a cause

Our look at potential Canadian contenders at Cannes highlights two campaigns focused on bringing about positive change.

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Peter Ignazi and Carlos Moreno join Cossette

The ECDs have left BBDO to assume the role of co-CCOs as Cossette refocuses on its expansion plans.

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Embracing the Cheerios effect

Inspired by the need for connection, the brand – for the first time – is rolling out a masterbrand campaign for all seven lines of those floaty little Os.

Finding your one-inch punch

Cossette’s Glen Hunt on how to create the greatest impact with little resources and time.

The young and agile

Savvy millennials are starting their own agencies and proving experience is not everything.

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Top Cannes contenders: Titanium & Integrated

Strategy is wrapping up its countdown of the campaigns most likely to win big at the Palais this year.

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Nine powerful beer ads

In honour of St Patrick’s Day, Cossette’s Glen Hunt and Benismon Byrne’s Zeeshan Hussain pick some impactful brew ads.

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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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Iconic Olympic ads

Check out 10 podium-worthy spots from Games past.

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Cossette hires Glen Hunt and Dave Lafond

The agency has appointed the former ECD of DentsuBos as its new chief transformational officer, as well as named the former president of Proximity Canada as president of its English Canada operations.

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Roundtable: What happened to advertising?

Our experts say whether the focus on niche executions means brands are losing mass audiences.