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    THERE’S A NEW PIZZA BOSS IN TOWN.

    Wednesday, October 28, 2015

    When Schlomo Buchler, formerly of FBI Pizza, tasked Community with branding his new pizza place, we knew it was an exciting opportunity.   Despite our expertise in the restaurant and hospitality industry, helping mold Toronto’s King and Queen West neighbourhoods into the lively destinations they are today, this was a project we knew would require […]

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    On The House

    Tuesday, September 1, 2015

      If you go to a lot of parties, you know this: The best ones usually end up in the kitchen. When Community Agency first walked through the doors of 456 Wellington St., a few things immediately stood out. First and foremost, the space had its challenges. It’s a one-storey bungalow-like structure that spans a […]

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    Getting Fit with Social

    Tuesday, June 30, 2015

    The sun is shining, the birds chirp, you feel a constant pull to get outside and appreciate the warm weather. It’s the ultimate sign summer has arrived. For many people this also rallies a desire to be more active. It’s no surprise to us then, that many smart and innovative marketing campaigns from fitness brands […]

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    #DoYouSpoon

    Friday, June 26, 2015

    We spoon at work. We spoon at home. We spoon in Trinity Bellwoods park. A few weeks ago, in Community fashion, we brought out a magical speaking vending machine to share Reese’s new and devilishly delicious product, Reese Spreads. The only catch to snagging a brand new jar of this stuff, you ask? Spoon us, and […]

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    A #SummerSoiree With Grey Goose

    Thursday, June 11, 2015

    This month we’re travelling across the country to host Grey Goose Canada’s #SummerSoiree events and officially kick off the season in style.  With two fantastical evenings underway, we invited guests to private estates in Toronto and Calgary to leave behind the throes of ordinary life, rediscover their joie de vivre and escape to somewhere higher. The […]

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Jul
29

Customer-Generated Branding sees spike in sales

Packaging Designed by Customers A Dog’s Life founder Todd Thedinga puts photos of customers’ pets on his product packaging. “Help me get on some dog treats,” read the entreaty onTwitter. The author promised “puppy kisses” in exchange for votes. The Twitter account belongs to Phineas, a Shiba Inu puppy. In March, Phineas’s owners, Sal and Noelle […]

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Jul
12

Social Media Middlemen: The Missing Link Between Brands and Consumers

Are you just one lonely person preaching/spreading your company message via Social Media? Does every one in your company know what your are doing? Tom has outlined a couple steps on getting your middlemen setup to leverage your marketing strategy. Next time you’re out running some errands, give this simple experiment a try.  Visit a […]

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Jul
10

Six Social Media Sins

Social media are not intended for you to syndicate your corporate message. Social media are here to facilitate open and honest dialogue with other individuals. If you are not open and honest, no one will want to engage with you, just as in nondigital life. When using social media to promote your business, avoid making […]

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Jun
30

Incredibly Offensive Vintage Ads

We have come a long way since the 1930s. Back then advertisements were all about the money. It did not matter who they hurt in the process. Just take a look for yourself. Here are ten ads from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s ads that makes the Ku Klux Klan look like a bunch of […]

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Jun
29

Awaken the brain, battle stagnation

The Cure for Creative Blocks? Leave Your Desk. Everyday between 8:00 and 8:30am writer Stephen King arrives at his desk with a cup of tea. He turns on some music, takes his daily vitamin, and begins to work – exactly as he began the day before. Using this routine, King has produced well over 50 […]

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