Articles Tagged ‘atomic awards’


Ubisoft and SickKids win big at the AToMiC Awards

The brands and their agencies, Publicis and JWT, took home top honours at last night’s award show.

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AToMiC Awards shortlist revealed

Take a look at the integrated campaigns that will be celebrated at next month’s award show.


AToMiC winners crowned in Toronto

The awards show recognized powerful Canadian advertising, with the Tourette Syndrome Foundation and Saatchi & Saatchi claiming the Grand Prix.


AToMiC shortlist: part four

In the fourth list of finalists, MiC reveals potential prize-takers for the best digital and broadcast programs.


Deadline extended for AToMiC Awards entries

Submissions for the awards, which celebrate breakthrough ideas in advertising, media, content and technology are being accepted until Friday, Feb. 7.


One-minute AToMiC ideas

Missed the conference yesterday? Catch 60-second recaps from presenters Donald Chesnut of SapientNitro, Kevin Keane of Brainsights and PJ Pereira of Pereira & O’Dell.


AToMiC recap: glimpse into the future today

Yesterday’s conference on technology, creativity, advertising and media brought together key speakers from different walks of life to look for ideas that push the industry forward.


Tribal DDB and McDonald’s win AToMiC Grand Prix

The Toronto agency and QSR also picked up two Golds and a Silver, and are joined by Cundari, Leo Burnett, John St., Draftfcb, Lowe Roche and BBDO in the winners’ circle.


AToMiC Awards finalists revealed

Leo Burnett and Ikea Canada take the most nods, with John St., Taxi, Tribal DDB and Zulu Alpha Kilo also earning multiple finalist mentions for the awards, which will be handed out May 23.

The Globe and Mail's VP advertising sales Andrew Saunders and strategy magazine executive editor Mary Maddever present a Next Media Star at last year's AToMiC event.

AToMiC Awards join Creative Report Card

The latest addition to strategy‘s annual report celebrates partnerships, programs and new developments in the Canadian media industry.