Articles Tagged ‘Omnicom’

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Omnicom organic revenue up in Q1

Strong performance in media and healthcare helped drive growth for the holding company across regions.

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The 2019 Agency Family Tree

A detailed look of what agencies the major players own and operate in the Canadian market.

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IPG, Omnicom optimistic following Q4 results

Despite some struggles, strong organic growth has both holding companies hopeful for the year ahead.

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The 2018 Agency Family Tree

A breakdown of every major holding company’s assets and offerings in the Canadian market.

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Omnicom brings Omniwomen to Canada

The holding co’s program will look to support the development of current and future female leaders across its agencies.

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Behind Red Urban’s burger collaboration

Creative director Christina Yu on how the agency worked with Omnicom’s dedicated McDonald’s unit on its first campaign.

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Why agencies compete on price

Former Cadbury marketer and current CASSIES editor John Bradley on how to solve the price war problem.

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The top agency stories of 2015

We continue our look at what shaped the industry 2015, this time through our most-read news out of the agency world.

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Up to the Minute: Green Giant’s new ho-ho-home

Plus: Omnicom’s new collaborative mega-studio, Colour and Stone Canoe merge and more news you may have missed.

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DDB rebrands its CRM and shopper marketing units

Rapp Canada is now Track DDB, while ShopperDDB becomes TracyLocke Canada.

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One Show winners revealed

Check out which agencies helped Canada bring home 22 pencils this year, making it the seventh most awarded country.

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MAOY Gold: OMD turns up the heat on tech

A recap of the returning winner’s big year: including the addition of a new tech-focused division and a data-driven planning model.

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Publicis announces executive shuffle

CEO Maurice Levy will stick around until 2017, while long-time COO Jean-Yves Naouri departs.

Infographic: Who is today’s man?

Work and financial stress worry some, but most just want to spend time with their kids.

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What’s keeping Canadians up at night?

Microsoft’s Alyson Gausby looks at how brands can help relieve everyday stress.