Articles Tagged ‘JWT’


J. Walter Thompson announces new promotions

Susan Kim-Kirkland and Brent Choi receive new mandates, impacting Canada as well as the wider agency network.

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A script for talking about consent

White Ribbon and JWT created a starting point for conversations dads should have with their sons to prevent assault.

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Agency of the Year 2017: The smarts behind Silver

How JWT, Rethink, Bimm, OMD and The Colony Project turned big ideas into AOY wins.


Here are your 2017 Agency of the Year winners

Cossette repeats as Canada’s top agency, while Leo Burnett takes Gold in the inaugural Design category.

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JWT names new CCOs

David Federico and Josh Budd become the first duo to co-lead the agency’s creative department in Toronto.


Mazda puts its attention to detail to the test

The automaker uses high-powered photography to allow users to zoom in on the smallest details of MX-5 RF.


Could you be Captain Obvious?

A new social contest to temporarily fill the spokesperson’s shoes aims to build on the brand’s social momentum.


Kids Help Phone debuts new branding

The organization modernizes to be seen as more than a “crisis only” service.


Cossette wins Yellow Pencil at D&AD

The agency’s SickKids work led Canadian winners at this year’s show, where nine agencies combined for 20 Pencils.


Leo leads Canadian One Show finalists

A total of 21 local agencies have a shot at picking up a Pencil at next month’s show.


JWT partners with Thunder on programmatic creative

Why the agency is shaking hands with a fledgling technology to automate (and optimize) parts of the creative process.


Children’s Miracle Network takes its ‘champions’ digital

How an automatic balloon machine has helped the organization broaden its storytelling.


The Contenders: Tech that packed a punch

Our look at this year’s award show hopefuls continues with work that used technology to bring insights to life.


Recognizing what makes up Toronto

The city’s tourism organization positions a culturally progressive urban hub as “Canada’s downtown.”


Check it out: Tim Hortons features ‘perfect pairs’

The QSR uses personal storytelling to lend a human touch to a specific meal occasion.