Articles Tagged ‘Nancy Vonk’

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Throwback Thursday: strategy in 2011

In ’11, Swiss Chalet had its own TV channel, Vonk and Kestin went swimming and we obsessed about location-based marketing.

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Throwback Thursday: strategy in 2007

For our 25th anniversary, we’re travelling through time. In ’07 catvertising popped up and Canada won big in Cannes.

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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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Battling sexist stock photos

Swim’s Nancy Vonk weighs in on Leanin.org and Getty Images’ new take on women in stock photography, and the benefits to advertisers.

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Marketers connect with millennials over coffee

A new networking site, Ten Thousand Coffees, encourages experts in different fields to meet with young people over a cup of joe.

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The B!G Awards: Judging panel and methodology

Meet the advertising and marketing executives who helped decide the winners of this year’s B!G Awards.

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Back page: Great work takes good ears

Swim’s Nancy Vonk and Janet Kestin illustrate what clients and agencies really hear when they talk to each other.

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Spotting Canadians At Cannes

A guide to finding Canucks during the festival.

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Stuck in a Mad Men era

In part two of strategy’s diversity series, we examine why agencies struggle to get women and visible minorities up the ranks.

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Diversifying a white man’s world

How does a lack of diversity in the senior ranks impact strategy, creativity and the bottom line? “It’s a brain drain.”

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Preventing death by yes

The short-term gain of agreeing to everything eventually leads to mediocrity, writes Nancy Vonk.

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NABS’ high-flying interns

A look at the National Advertising and Benevolent Society’s Vintage Intern Auction.

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Kestin & Vonk: pooled talent is better than one

As the internationally renowned duo venture into new waters with Swim, strategy reflects on their impact on the biz.

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Vonk and Kestin go Swimming

Nancy Vonk and Janet Kestin leave Ogilvy to start their own creative leadership training business.

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Ian MacKellar joins Ogilvy Toronto as CCO

The former Bensimon Byrne executive CD joins the team following the departure of Vonk and Kestin.