Articles Tagged ‘Brian Cooper’

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MKTG picks its new president and CEO

Sports and marketing veteran Michael Beckerman will take the skills he’s honed at Nike, BMO and more into the agency world.

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Tennis Canada to offer naming rights to new B.C. facility

Tennis may not have the media draw of the NBA or NHL, but Burnaby’s new training centre could offer significant CSR value.

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MKTG’s leaders look to sponsorship beyond sports

MKTG new president Matthew Logue and CEO Brian Cooper see a broader, more complex arena of new players and higher stakes.

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MKTG names Matthew Logue president

S&E founder Brian Cooper will stay on as CEO of the agency he’s steered for a decade.

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Brian Cooper brings sport sponsorship know-how to Ryerson

The CEO of the Dentsu Aegis agency has joined the university’s Ted Rogers School of Management as an executive in residence.

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Sponsors sign on with Toronto’s newest sports team

TekSavvy and Air Transat are among those joining the Wolfpack’s rugby bandwagon.

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Winners named at the 2017 Sponsorship Marketing Awards

MKTG Canada and its CEO Brian Cooper took top honours alongside RBC at last night’s show.

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MKTG Canada launch comes at time of sponsorship growth

Dentsu Aegis Network Canada CEO Annette Warring and MKTG Canada’s Brian Cooper on the growing role of sponsorship within media pitches.

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Dentsu Aegis Network acquires S+E Sponsorship Group

The sports and entertainment consultancy will be rebranded as MKTG and integrated into the global network.

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Toronto Raptors see broadcast boost

Numbers from Sportsnet and TSN are up, with S&E Sponsorship president Brian Cooper on how the team’s playoff presence will boost the game on a national scale.

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Media reaction to the Rogers NHL deal

ZO’s Sunni Boot, PHD’s Fred Forster and Brian Cooper from S&E Sponsorship Group weigh in on the new NHL deal in Canada.