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Enter the branded podcast

Millennials are hooked on the digital version of old-timey radio serials. Here’s how brands are playing along.

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The ride of a lifetime

As luxury auto brands offer more affordable vehicles and creative for a wider audience, they’re maintaining premium status through tech and heritage.

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The new Sears wish book

COO Becky Penrice discusses how the 64-year-old retailer is finding its foothold for the future with Initium, Pinball and its iconic catalogue roots.

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Culture shock

L’Oreal, Mondelez and FGL sports are trying to infuse new thinking with a jolt of hands-on learning.

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Enter the retail ring

How high-end retailers, grocery chains and banks are bringing new strategies to the retail rumble.

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How the banks are branching out

Why Canada’s established players are capitalizing on the startup space to innovate.

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Putting shoppers in the lap of luxury

High-end retailers are upping their experience game to win loyalty among a discerning customer base.

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The omnichannel future of grocery

Digital grocery shopping faces a number of challenges. But the supermarkets are taking it on anyway.

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This watched pot will boil

We look at the marijuana industry’s high hopes for new regulations and how three producers are preparing their brands.

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Meet the new brewmaster

Christine Jakovcic is leading a reinvestment in Molson Coors’ brands, launching new products and taking on the craft beer crowd.

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Inside WestJet’s fight for the skies

In two decades, the airliner went from being a challenger brand to one that upstarts want to challenge.

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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.

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2016 Agency Survey: The state of the ad world

Agency staffers weigh in on the big issues impacting the industry.

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Getting Canadians to love it

How McDonald’s SVP of marketing has been fighting the perception of the chain as a faceless corporate giant, portraying it as part of the Canadian fabric.

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Agency survival strategies

How three Canadian shops are parlaying a U.S. client strategy into growth at home.