Articles Tagged ‘jungle media’

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Shepherding through the mayhem: roundtable

Just a few days before the pandemic prompted a lockdown in Toronto, execs broke bread and discussed planning in an age of disruption.

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People Moves: Jungle Media, Nextdoor and more

Plus, Kantar has added a new VP of client leadership.

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Napa renews “It’s True” campaign with a focus on TV

According to the auto parts company, the first stage of the campaign resulted in an increase of business from younger customers.

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The (Blue) Impact on Vision7 in Canada

With a heavy focus on digital, the new holding co is anticipating growth abroad, and among Canadian media agencies.

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The New Establishment: Janet Xi

The second-ever winner of The New Establishment: Media has impressed bosses and brands with her insights and initiative.

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People Moves: M&K Media, Jungle and more

Plus, Kijiji staffs up both its display and auto teams.

PATTISON Outdoor Reaches CARE Canada Donors with Digital Donation Wall for She Too Campaign

Care Canada taps a new OOH strategy

Pairing with Pattison for a “tap-to-pay” campaign, the humanitarian organization is aiming to transform intention into action.

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Spotted! Vancouver’s grease-berg

Jungle Media installed a “not-too-gross” mess to show commuters the results of their bad kitchen habits.

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Change in 2017 shows agencies the way forward

A brief look back to see what clients expect in the months ahead as MiC concludes its round table series.

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What’s driving change at media agencies?

From how agencies are embracing AI to what viewability truly means, agency directors discuss what’s keeping them (and their clients) on their toes.

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Hendrick’s hot air adventure finds success

The brand built on its tradition of “unusual” experiential marketing at Toronto’s Nuit Blanche festival.

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ICYMI: LinkedIn’s new ad network

Plus, veteran traffic reporter Russ Holden has hung up his microphone after 50 years with Rogers Media.