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In the News
Vision7 sets up camp
Dare Toronto has been relaunched as Camp Jefferson, with a nimble, integrated mindset led by Peter Bolt.
Vision7 launches new Quebec agency
K72 is the first Quebec-focused shop in the holding co's EDC network.
Dare Vancouver gets busy
The agency has announced over a dozen moves, including a new VP, ACDs and director of client services.
Diet Coke gets fashionable
Need a break? The Coca-Cola line wants you to spend it with them, browsing the brand's curated clothing collection on Gilt.com.
Vision7 owners open possibility to sell North American assets
Mill Road Capital is exploring "strategic alternatives" for the company, which owns Cossette and Dare.
Where’s everyone going?
Yesterday came with plenty of news of creatives moving shop. Check out the new faces at Cossette, Zulu Alpha Kilo and ClarkHuot.
Penguin’s digital book experience
Working with Dare Toronto, the publisher interprets And the Mountain Echoed in a page-for-page transmedia bonanza.
BBDO and Cundari claim Best of Show at Bessies
The two shops claimed the top prizes while Taxi, Sid Lee, Grey and others took home Gold trophies and jackets at the 50th anniversary of the TVB's awards show.
Dare takes double Lotus Best of Show, Rethink wins most hardware
Other big winners at the Vancouver awards include Spring, DDB Canada and One Twenty Three West.
Dare Vancouver hires three
Creative partners Daivd Giovando and Todd Takahashi will fill the roles vacated by newly promoted CDs Addie Gillespie and Mia Thomsett.
Cossette makes lunch easier
The agency and all its Vision7 counterparts have launched an app called The Lunch Pail, to make lunch time simpler in Liberty Village.
Dare merges with RocketXL
The digital and social media agencies are joining under one roof to better offer business solutions in a digital environment.
The BC Children’s Hospital hopes to grow
The hospital has launched a new campaign that aims to raise money for construction of a new space.
Prairie Milk gets catty with app launch
The dairy farmer organization targets youth with a new Milk vs. Cats app.
The un-siloed quest for integration
Whether from beginnings as a media-agnostic, digitally integrated agency or from a silo-heavy global network, creative houses across Canada still grapple with integration. How agencies approach the problem of meshing different creative disciplines.