Articles Tagged ‘Spotted’



Spotted! Mark’s steps into transit

Out Of Home

The retailer is aiming to raise awareness around its footwear lines by literally putting its shoes on display.



Spotted! Renova builds a paper garden

Out Of Home

The coloured toilet paper brand took to the streets during Toronto’s Nuit Blanche, turning 15,000 rolls of its product into a life-sized topiary garden at Nathan Phillips Square.



Spotted! The Art Truck brings photography to Toronto’s streets

ExperientialNewsSponsorship

Aimia and the Art Gallery of Ontario have brought the voting for their photography prize outside of the gallery walls.



Spotted! Bell’s TIFF fan box

Experientialscreening-roomSponsorship

An inside look at how the company has been bringing its mobile, television and media properties to street-level during this year’s festival.



Spotted! Visa’s infinite social push at TIFF

DigitalExperientialSponsorship

The credit card co has launched an interactive storytelling experience, using Morgan Freeman’s iconic voice to help film fans share the glamour of their Hollywood North experience.



A+E buying into Vice Media

DigitalTelevision

US-based A+E Networks is close to finalizing a $250-million deal for a 10% stake of the youth-focused media co.



It’s confirmed: Amazon to buy Twitch for $970M in cash

DigitalMobile

The e-commerce company has swooped in to acquire the streaming platform for gamers that in the spring was rumored to be going to Google.



2014 Agency of the Year shortlists revealed

Awards

Did your shop make the cut? Check out which media, creative, digital and PR agencies stand a chance at being crowned at strategy‘s annual awards gala in October.



Spotted! Depend shows off its wares

Out Of HomePrintTelevision

The bladder leakage underwear kicked off a new campaign aimed at breaking the stigma around wearing its product with a stunt at Yonge and Bloor in Toronto.



Spotted! Poutine hits the road

Experiential

Smoke’s Poutinerie is on its biggest marketing push ever with a travelling eating competition to support the franchise’s growth across Canada.