Articles Tagged ‘JWT’

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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.

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Children’s Miracle Network takes its ‘champions’ digital

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

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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.

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Recognizing what makes up Toronto

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

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Check it out: Tim Hortons features ‘perfect pairs’

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

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Mazda turns heads

An interactive, face-tracking billboard aims to reflect the craft that goes into the automaker’s design.

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Air Canada flies the country’s ‘newest family’

A timely new video shows the airline helping reconnect a refugee family on Canadian soil.

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Pennzoil braves the cold

The brand visits a Canadian tundra to show how its oil can handle the country’s tough winters.

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Walmart targets growing needs

The retailer’s back-to-school campaign looks to give extra value to both moms and post-secondary students.

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Two scoops, with a side of millennial marketing

Haagen-Dazs has changed its tune to hone in on the youthful gen.

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Cannes 2016: Canada gets 28 more shortlist mentions

Canadian work dominated in Design, also making showings in the Digital Craft, Outdoor and PR categories.

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Air Canada creates novice maestros

A cross-country interactive installation aims to show the brand’s support for the arts community.

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Updated: Canada takes 28 One Show Pencils

Rethink takes the most Pencils while Grey, Cossette and Zulu all nab Golds.

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JWT Canada wins Splenda’s North American business

The shop is tasked with a new product launch for the U.S.-based sweetener brand.

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Hotels.com (and Captain Obvious) come north

From pasty skin to hoser jokes, the brand plays on Canadian characteristics for its first unique campaign in this market.