Articles Tagged ‘Tribal Worldwide’


Leadership shakeup comes to DDB and Tribal

CCO Cosmo Campbell, president Andrew McCartney and managing director Michelle Kitchen are no longer at the agency.


Here is the Digital Agency of the Year shortlist

These 14 agencies are still in the running for DAOY.


Tribal names new leaders for experience design practice

Eiko Kawano will grow the team and bring more agile solutions to its work, alongside CD Jordan Kentris.


FCB names director of integrated production

Stefan Fabich joins to lead the agency’s evolving production offering after five years at Tribal Worldwide.


McDonald’s takes a trip to the farm

The QSR continues to push transparency by answering kids’ honest questions about where its food comes from.


Grey takes Grand Effie

The win for “Groceries Not Guns” was the first for a Canadian agency, while Leo, Juniper Park, Ogilvy and Tribal also took home prizes.


CASSIES Bronze: Canadian Tire’s Maximum mural

The retailer used an an online campaign to show what its new power tool and accessory brand could do.


How did Canada fare in the Gunn Report?

Leo Burnett Toronto was ranked first in Canada and fifth globally, while #LikeAGirl was the top campaign in the world.


Marketer of the Year: The Doolan effect

A purpose-driven approach by General Mills’ director of marketing has brought new relevance to some of the country’s oldest brands.


LIAs award 30 trophies to Canada

JWT leads the pack, with a strong showing in Radio driving wins for the country overall.

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Watch all of the AOY videos

The shortlisted agencies show us the funny in videos created for strategy‘s Agency of the Year Awards gala.


Leo Burnett repeats as Agency of the Year

DDB/Tribal Worldwide nabbed the top Digital prize, while Touche! and MSLGroup took Media and PR Gold respectively.


DAOY Gold: DDB/Tribal Worldwide takes Gold for the team

The agency’s collaborative approach has helped it nab the digital Gold this year.


Employees in ads: what could go wrong?

Here’s what brands should consider before giving their staff the spotlight.


Where would McDonald’s be without farmers?

The QSR’s new campaign takes the Canadian products out of its food to show the importance of its local sourcing.