Articles Tagged ‘The List 2016’

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The List 2016: Who had the most noteworthy year?

We’re signing off until 2017. Until we meet again, here’s a look back at some of the companies that had standout years.

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The List: Circo de Bakuza puts on a good show

The Montreal event and experiential shop left its mark overseas and at home this year.

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The List: Bensimon Byrne’s boundless thinking

How allowing staff and ideas to move freely within its office has propelled it to a successful year.

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The List: Lg2′s winning year

A pivotal year for the shop’s independence was also marked by nearly two dozen client wins.

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The List: Cluep wins with emotion

How the mobile ad targeting company has grown into a major player working with some of the world’s biggest brands.

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The List: Maxus Canada makes a winning change

How a new structure helped propel the media agency to 18% growth in 2016.

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The List: Leo Burnett breaks down borders

How the agency expanded its assignments, leadership and influence outside of Toronto in 2016.

Cineplex’s animated short film, “Lily & The Snowman,” racked up more than 30 million views on Facebook and YouTube. In the U.K., it was voted one of the top ten Christmas films of 2015.

The List: Zulu Alpha Kilo, the shit disturber

From Cineplex to (no) spec, here’s a look at what made the indie shop thrive in 2016.