Articles Tagged ‘New York’

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Montreal wants you to abandon your plans

Tourisme Montreal asks millennial New Yorkers to ditch their summer plans and head north.

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Ad Week blog: Turning work into a game

PHD’s Mark Holden presented the agency’s theories on gamification and how it has turned the way it works into one massively multi-player game.

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Engine Digital takes Manhattan

The digital agency wants to be closer to its growing U.S. client base, which includes the likes of MTV, Bravo TV and the NBA.

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New York Ad Week: The new agency model is a very old one

Cultural anthropologist Grant McCracken on why the agency’s best value proposition is the commercial.

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New York Ad Week: Goin’ Mobile

MEC execs talk about the major impact of mobile, and tell advertisers to think of the platform as their first screen at the IAB Mixx conference.

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New York Ad Week: The big bang of tech and creativity is here

Exec editor Mary Maddever takes in day one of presentations, from Microsoft Advertising to L’Oreal and Foursquare, and reports that the buzz is all about apps and targeted engagement.

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Sid Lee opens New York office

The new location will be led by former Dentsu America CEO Will Travis.

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Ad Week Blog: Montreal in New York, wrap-up

Guest blogger Aleks Wnuk reveals some big international client wins for Quebec agencies, and learns how to fuel a creative brain.

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Ad Week Blog: Montreal in New York, Day 2

Guest blogger Aleks Wnuk learns how unlikely collaborations breed innovation, and the worst way to get the attention of search consultants.

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Ad Week Blog: Montreal in New York, Day 1

Paul Lavoie of Taxi, François de Gaspé Beaubien of Zoom Media and Joe Casale of Casale Media talk international expansion.

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Ad Week Blog: Montreal invades New York

Guest blogger Aleksandra Wnuk reports from the front lines as the AAPQ gets ready for a strong presence in the big apple.