Articles Tagged ‘yellow pages’

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Design AOY Gold: Leo Burnett’s evolution by design

Utility takes the shop’s designs to the next level.

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Shopper Innovation Awards: Reinvention through brick and mortar

The Yellow Pages and Harley-Davidson set up shops to change their brand image.

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Up to the Minute: T1′s new creative leader

Plus: Zulu picks up government account, Global Marketer Week returns to Canada and more news you might have missed.

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The moment everything changes

Yellow Pages NextHome wants to be the go-to house hunting site with its first strategic campaign.

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Why delight is not enough

Microsoft’s Alyson Gausby on why brands need to help consumers broaden their horizons, but maintain boundaries.

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Up to the minute: New agencies for L’Oreal, new work from P&G

Check out the news you might have missed this week.

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Hacking campaigns clean up at the CMAs

Ubisoft and Publicis, and TSFC and Saatchi & Saatchi, cleaned up at the show with hack-inspired creative. Who else won big?

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AOY Gold: How to win AOY #LikeLeoBurnett

After Honourable Mentions the past two years, the agency has finally struck Gold.

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Leo Burnett, Zulu Alpha Kilo swim with the Sharks

The pair dominated the Design category. Check out the Canadian work that won at the Kinsale Awards in Ireland.

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Shopper Innovation Awards: Yellow Pages shows off its local intel

The company refreshes its image and “unlocks local” to win Silver.

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AOY Honourable Mention: Leo Burnett struts it stuff

The agency gets accolades for work for AMC, Yellow Pages, Ikea, Raising the Roof and James Ready.

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Yellow Pages invites you to the new ‘hood

The Yellow Pages Group has launched the first phase of its new identity, which highlights the brand’s mobile offerings.

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Rogers and Yellow Pages target bargain hunters

The two Canadian companies have jumped on the deal-hunting bandwagon, launching their own digital properties.