Category:Social Media

Social Media  //  06.30.16

Giants  & Gentlemen wants to Frosterize your face on Snapchat with new Mac’s Convenience Stores and Circle K campaign.

Ready for the ultimate brain-freeze?

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Advertising  //  11.19.15

IZ and The Garden Create Accessible Fashion and Launch #FashionIZFreedom to Make the World a More Accessible Place

Toronto-based creative agency The Garden would like …

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Advertising  //  09.22.15

Matchstick is tickled pink to be Crayola Canada’s new social AOR

Matchstick is pleased to announce that it has been named Crayola Canada’s social media …

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Advertising  //  06.17.15

Volvo’s new XC60 was released with 60 new car feature innovations. The target audience for the vehicle were young professionals and families who were very …

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Pop-Culture  //  03.23.15

Touchpoint Films launches Whatever, Linda, a web series about women on Wall Street who made off with more Ponzi money than Madoff

Touchpoint Films is …

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Pop-Culture  //  02.04.15

What do Kirsten Dunst, Cate Blanchett, Jessica Chastain and Lizzy Caplan have in common? The answer is filmmaker Matthew Frost. Step inside the life and …

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Advertising  //  11.19.14

Toronto-based FREE launches a Millennial-powered digital channel “The Creator Class” in progressive studio partnership with Canon Canada.

As the first native digital generation comes of …

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Advertising  //  04.04.14

Horror, Drama, and Romantic Comedy: RBC and Entrinsic launch cinematic campaign for first-time homebuyers

Buying your first home can feel like an experience straight out …

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App  //  11.25.13[/youtube]/maxresdefault

YouShouldTotallyMeet, the Facebook app developed by four Toronto friends that lets you play match-maker by hooking people in your network of friends, is going mobile. …

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Advertising  //  09.10.13

Colgate-Palmolive and Toronto-based UNION team up to remove food, social embarrassment.

UNION and Colgate-Palmolive have launched a Twitter-based campaign called, “There’s Something In Your Tweet,” …

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