Articles Tagged ‘Mackie Biernacki’


Miss Vickie’s shows how it can spice up a relationship

A campaign promoting a new flavour is marketing to couples who could use some of the chip’s signature love and care.


The Mark hires Steve Carli as president

The independent is looking to add veteran leadership and values that match its vision.


Mackie Biernacki hires Matt Cammaert as president

The former Cheil CEO and Berners Bowie Lee co-founder aims to continue the agency’s recent growth.


Mackie Biernacki hires first president

Steve Carli brings strategic and management know-how to help steer the agency’s growth.


Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada is all smiles

A new campaign shows how the organization’s services benefit Canadian youth and combats the idea that they are “underprivileged.”


Boys and Girls Clubs picks Mackie Biernacki

The agency will be responsible for raising public awareness of Canada’s largest youth serving organization.


Mackie Biernacki scores Sebastian Giovinco

The agency is working with the Toronto FC player to build his brand in North America.


Dunes Beach Beer aims for the lighter side of craft

The Prince Edward County brand hopes to serve as an approachable entry for consumers new to the category.


40 years without progress

A new PSA for children’s mental health organization the Hincks-Dellcrest Foundation shows how much hasn’t changed since the ’70s.


Pearl Morissette welcomes the outsiders

An exclusive wine club rewards consumers who are dedicated enough to discover it.


Up to the Minute: TP1 continues to grow

Plus: Human Equation adds to its C-suite, H+K grows in three offices and more news you might have missed.


Up to the Minute: Mackie Biernacki wins retail client

Plus: promotions and changes at TP1and Substance, plus more news you might have missed this week.


A vote to end MS

The MS Society uses election-inspired lawn signs to keep multiple sclerosis top of mind when Canadians head to the ballot box.


MS Society’s poutine pledge

The new fundraising campaign asks donors to make uniquely Canadian commitments, like wearing toques and eating maple syrup.