Articles Tagged ‘KBS+’
Keurig heats up the competition
The brand puts a cheeky spin on how it stacks up against Tassimo in a new campaign.
Up to the Minute: Ketchum wins BMW
Plus: The Cause Company’s new exec director and more news you may have missed.
KBS Toronto makes key promotions
Lorri MacDonald has been named managing director, with more promotions in the creative and account teams.
ACE Bakery goes mass
After months of consumer research, the bread brand launches its first campaign in 23 years.
McCain’s more wholesome Pizza Pockets
Contrary to social media buzz, the snacks aren’t going away. They are part of a new line reaching more consumer demos.
LCBO adds KBS to agency roster
The shop will lead creative for 13 campaigns during the organization’s in-store promotional periods.
Patrick Scissons named global CCO at KBS
James Ansley and Joel Arbez have been promoted to co-ECDs as Grey Canada’s creative leader heads to New York.
KBS adds three senior hires
The agency brings on a new managing director to lead the Montreal office while a VP of client service and ECD join in Toronto.
Innocean hires new business lead
Former KBS CMO Leslie Kross will lead the agency’s Kia business, as well as wider business growth objectives.
KBS wins McCain Superfries
The agency has been awarded the work for a new brand campaign, launching today, that targets adult-only households.
‘Tis the season for agency holiday cards (part three)
From Edelman to Bensimon to KBS, here is the third and final round-up of agency holiday goodies.
The Keg gets ready for dinner
A new spot takes a look at the work that goes into preparing for a night of service.
KBS Sports and Entertainment launches
The division will tap into the space through activations and working with other agency “specialisms.”
Up to the Minute: Red Lion’s roaring new hires
Plus: Another new VP at Environics, BBR expands its programmatic team and more news you might have missed.
BMO’s cross-Canada trip
The bank uses its Amazing Race Canada sponsorship to show how it helps Canadians on their own journeys.