Articles Tagged ‘Zulubot’
Check it out: People for Good’s cozy new garment
“The Togetherness Shirt” aims to conquer divisiveness by reminding us that we’re all part of the same race.
Interac’s mystery man
Just who is this guy, and why isn’t he paying for anything?
Check it out: Zulu makes a bi-partisan pitch
The agency makes a play for the U.S. market by sending an RFP to both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Branded content gets real (and pays for itself)
A look at who has moved beyond test-and-learn to make compelling content part of their business model.
Zulu’s new content-creating creatives
ACDs Catherine Allen and Ian Simpson have left Ogilvy to begin work at their new shop this week.
Fibre of the community
To support Small Business Saturday, Zulu Alpha Kilo helps put a face to Canada’s independent businesses.
Signs of the sky (not) falling
Publisher Mary Maddever looks past the doom and gloom of agency consolidation, and extols signs of reinvention.
Zulubot: coming to a screen near you
How a four-year-old’s robot sketch inspired Zulu Alpha Kilo’s new content division.