Experiential

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Arterra brings Nic Laloux to life with a scavenger hunt

The winemaker is looking to capitalize on existing brand love and social media chatter to get more love for its Gen Z-friendly brand.

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Truss wants to show people the LCBO isn’t the only place to buy drinks this summer

The cannabis-infused beverage maker is trying to shake up consumer retail habits as they prepare to socialize again.

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Fever-Tree Canada branches out its sampling

The premium mixer brand partners with a premium hotel for a dining experience to drive more awareness in Canada.

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Nissan opens a virtual showroom

So many eyeballs were lost to cancelled auto shows and closed dealerships. The digital hub is the brand’s way of taking back control.

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Baileys branches out from coffee

A Christmas tree market is part of a bigger strategy to reposition the Diageo brand as a more versatile treat.

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Canadian Tire lights up some joy for its holiday campaign

The retailer sees its TV ad as a chance for “brand moments,” leaving product promo to digital and an experiential Christmas drive-thru.

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When skin cream meets ice cream

Oxy links its new volcanic ash scrub to a trendy treat to add more fun sampling to its typical campaigns.

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Labatt put brand ambassadors inside a vending machine

The company finds new experiential ways to familiarize people with the variety of its “Beyond Beer” portfolio.

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What the future of shopper experiences will look like

From Shopper Marketing Report: Virtual events and old school tactics (like in-store displays) both have a place in driving trial.

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How to engage consumers with at-home experiential

Proof Experience’s Christine Ross explains how direct connection through branded experiences is still possible without events.

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We will meet again, but things will be different

Wildfire founder Bianca Knop on how to adapt future experiential marketing to hygiene-driven changes in consumer behaviour.

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Simon Pure looks at what’s next for experiential

The agency, best known for its work with Disney, has decided to stick to a previous shift in focus, despite COVID-19.

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Shoppers pops up again to boost more than just beauty

The Instagramable space shows off the retailer’s broader personal care selection to meet the needs of more consumers.

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‘Not’ a Wine Shop pop-up uncorks in Toronto

The Living Vine gets the word out about private imports and LCBO Destination Collection varieties.

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Scotiabank uses art to reach small businesses

“Path to Impact” aims to replicate experiences of entrepreneurs, specifically targeting women and physicians.