Justin Crann

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Articles by Justin Crann
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Citizen names Nick Cowling CEO to lead global growth

The exec explains his new role, which will see him shift focus toward aggressive international growth and M&A.

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Megan Towers departs from John St.

The agency’s chief strategy officer first joined in 2007.

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CAA South Central Ontario shows its support for ‘good’

A new brand platform focuses on positive work its associates do in the world, both personally and professionally.

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Why chief diversity officers don’t work (but they could)

Feminuity’s Dr. Sarah Saska discusses the flaws she’s seen and how companies can better empower people in the role.

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Dyslexia Canada depicts a daily struggle with a daily word game

A campaign uses the popularity of Wordle to show what thousands of Canadians face.

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Performance Art adds a new group CD in Toronto

IPG’s data-driven agency has added several creative and strategic talents in response to new assignments and expanding work.

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Ukrainian agency IamIDEA wants Canadian clients

As its home country remains largely closed, the agency has pegged Canada as a place it can pick up work to keep staff paid.

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Elemental hires Elizabeth Dundas Hall as CD

The new co-leader of the creative department will help the agency handle growth and its ongoing change in approach.

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Blackjet hires Paul Mead to drive its growth

The industry veteran will help the agency grow after reinventing itself as a brand and business consultancy.

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Centraide shows how its work uplifts (literally)

The organization finds one visual metaphor to represent a wide swath of the non-profits it supports in Montreal.

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Cattlemen’s Association addresses the cow in the room

The organization counters climate concerns about beef by presenting the upsides.

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SAQ shows that there’s no one right way to drink

A campaign for the Inspire loyalty program makes picking a purchase less intimidating by humanizing recommendations.

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Second Harvest gets a new look amid national expansion

The brand refresh evolves the organization from its grassroots as a GTA-based food rescue program to a national charity.

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Coors Seltzer is helping older millennials keep things ‘wild’

The brand sees people aged 30 to 35 as a mostly-untapped audience, but one its data shows has been loyal to the beverage it’s selling.

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DoorDash gives people one less thing to stress about

The delivery service shifts focus from its restaurants to its customers in a campaign geared towards helping manage hectic To Do lists.