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Forsman & Bodenfors appoints ECD in Montreal
Eva Van den Bulcke is the latest hire in the office following Forsman & Bodenfors' merger with KBS Canada last fall.
Forsman & Bodenfors names CEO
Melanie Johnston has been hired from DDB to lead the newly merged agency's Canadian operations.
KBS merges with Forsman & Bodenfors
MDC creates a new global agency with 700 employees in eight cities, including Toronto and Montreal.
KBS Canada hires four
New director of strategy Nancy Beattie is among the recent additions at the agency's Toronto office.
KBS adds to Montreal creative team
Alexandre Gravel Soubliere returns to the agency as an ACD after a stint at Lululemon.
Cause for design
How clever visual design helped three non-profits communicate their missions.
KBS hires chief strategy officer
Lance Koenig joins from DDB Chicago to help guide the agency's strategic offering.
KBS wins Epica Grand Prix
The agency's design work for Innocence Canada is among 11 Canadian winners at the show.
KBS adds new ECDs
Glen D'Souza and Mike Takasaki have joined the shop from JWT Toronto.
Nick Dean to leave KBS
The agency's Canadian CEO is departing to join licensed cannabis producer Emblem.
KBS Canada wins Henderson Brewing
In a surprising twist, the Toronto brewer selects a global advertising firm as its first agency partner.
KBS adds a strategy director
The shop aims to deepen its digital expertise with its recent hires.
Cannes 2017: Canadian work wins big in Design
A focus on simplicity helped six Canadian agencies collect 10 more wins for the country.
McCain shows off its roots
Why the frozen foods brand is the latest to feature its farmer partners.
Welcome to the sharing economy of advertising
KBS Canada head Nick Dean reflects on talent in the agency world and what's ahead for 2017.