Events

February 4, 2020

Supported Event

Ipsos Most Influential Brands: Truths & Tendencies 2019

Join us on February 4th, 2020 as The Globe and Mail, along with, Ipsos, the ACA and Publicis present the Ipsos Most Influential Brands: Truth and Tendencies event.

Influence doesn't happen by accident. This exclusive event for brand marketers will unveil key highlights and category trends from over 100 brands evaluated in the study. Following the rankings, we’ll host an in-depth interview and moderated panel showcasing some of Canada’s most interesting brands.

Registration is closed.

Join us on February 4th, 2020 as The Globe and Mail, along with, Ipsos, the ACA and Publicis present the Ipsos Most Influential Brands: Truth and Tendencies event.

Influence doesn’t happen by accident. This exclusive event for brand marketers will unveil key highlights and category trends from over 100 brands evaluated in the study. Following the rankings, we’ll host an in-depth interview and moderated panel showcasing some of Canada’s most interesting brands.

As we did last year, in addition to the report’s release, we are planning a morning of spirited discussion between industry experts and leaders. This exclusive event will take place at The Globe and Mail Centre.

Registration is closed.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Davina Wong, Manager, Education & Events.

Let others know you’ll be attending the event by sharing on social with #IPSOSMIB #2019MIB

Location: The Globe and Mail Centre – 351 King Street East, Toronto

AGENDA

8:30 am: Registration and Breakfast
9:00 am: Opening Remarks
Session One: Most Influential Brands 2019 Summary Presentation
Session Two: CMO Spotlight
Session Three: Challenging the Challengers: How Brands Are Keeping Up in the Age of Change
11:05 am: Closing Remarks, Coffee and Networking

Events

October 1, 2019

Supported Event

Marketing Evolution: C-Suite Summit 2019 and Gold Medal Presentation at the Strategy Awards

Join us on October 1 to explore the ideas and challenges most relevant to senior marketing executives in 2019. From the expanding role of the CMO, to corporate reorganization and its impact on marketing, the C-Suite Summit is an opportunity for senior executives to learn from and network with each other.

ACA members receive a 20% discount on tickets. Contact Davina Wong, Director, Membership, to receive the discount code.

Marketing Evolution: C-Suite Summit

Join us on October 1 to explore the ideas and challenges most relevant to senior marketing executives in 2019. From the expanding role of the CMO, to corporate reorganization and its impact on marketing, the C-Suite Summit is an opportunity for senior executives to learn from and network with each other.

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Strategy Awards + Gold Medal Award Presentation
Get inspired by Canada’s most impactful marketing ideas and celebrate Shannon Hosford, MLSE CMO, as she receives the 2019 Gold Medal Award.

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ACA members receive a 20% discount on tickets. Contact Davina Wong, Director, Membership, to receive the discount code.

Date: October 1, 2019
Place: Arcadian Court, 401 Bay Street, Simpson Tower, 8th floor, Toronto, ON M5H 2Y4

Events

April 24, 2019

Supported Event

CMDC Conference: MXI Summit Seed the Future

The Canadian Media Directors' Council (CMDC) invites the industry to come together on April 24th in an effort to build a sustainable future for businesses, brands and talent.

ACA members receive a discount of $50 off on tickets.

For members only:

Registrations are closed.

The Canadian Media Directors’ Council (CMDC) invites the industry to come together on April 24th in an effort to build a sustainable future for businesses, brands and talent.

They’ve invited keynote speaker Leonard Brody, creator of the “The Great Rewrite” to guide us as we delve into rewriting the future of our media industry. Brody has been called “a controversial leader of the new world order”. He is an award- winning venture capitalist, bestselling author and a two-time Emmy nominated media visionary.

Don’t sit on the sidelines – be part of the change – and join the industry on April 24th for an impactful afternoon including visionary keynote speakers, the Cannes Young Lions Awards – and more.

Date: Wednesday, April 24
Time: 11am EST
Place: Koerner Hall, 273 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1V6

ACA members receive a discount of $50 off on tickets.

For members only:

Registrations are closed.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Davina Wong, Manager, Education & Events.

Events

February 25, 2019

Supported Event

Thinktv: Advertising effectiveness in a multi-channel world

Join us on February 5, to hear the findings from the thinktv-commissioned research that assessed $700M+ of media spend in Canada, covering 105 brands across four verticals.

For members only:

Registrations are closed.

The Canadian Media Attribution Study is a deep-dive on the Canadian advertising market, posing (and answering) questions like:

  • Are Canadian companies getting the most out of their media plans?
  • Are simple media mix models misleading?
  • How are our media plans different from the US market?
  • The small shift in media that could drive billions in additional revenue

Join us at the official launch on February 25, and hear the findings from this important piece of research including key take aways on how to maximize the yield of your media investments.

Date: Tuesday, February 25
Time: 3pm EST
Place: Toronto Region Board of Trade, 77 Adelaide Street West, Toronto, ON M5X 1C1

For members only:

Registrations are closed.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Davina Wong, Manager, Education & Events.

Events

February 5, 2019

Supported Event

Ipsos Most Influential Brands: Truth and Tendencies

Join us on February 5th, 2019 as The Globe and Mail, along with, Ipsos, the ACA, CMDC and Publicis present the Ipsos Most Influential Brands: Truth and Tendencies event.

For members only:

Registrations are closed.

Join us on February 5th, 2019 as The Globe and Mail, along with, Ipsos, the ACA and Publicis present the Ipsos Most Influential Brands: Truth and Tendencies event. Influence doesn’t happen by accident and each year Ipsos evaluates over 100 brands, sharing their rankings and many of the stories that go along with them. 2018 marks the eighth consecutive year of this study.

As we did last year, in addition to the report’s release, we are planning a morning of spirited discussion between industry experts and leaders. This exclusive event will take place at The Globe and Mail Centre.

For members only:

Registrations are closed.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Davina Wong, Manager, Education & Events.

Location: The Globe and Mail Centre – 351 King Street East, Toronto

AGENDA

8:30 am: Registration and Breakfast
9:00 am: Opening Remarks – Andrew Saunders, CRO, The Globe and Mail
Session One: The Report Results: A discussion on how this year’s brands achieved their status and why brands are influential. Presented by Steve Levy, CCO, Ipsos Canada
Session Two: A Bounce-Back Brand: Given that trust is one of the primary driver of influence, what do brands need to do to regain it. Sean Stanleigh, Head of Globe Content Studio, interviews Axel Schwan, Global Chi¬ef Marketing Officer, Tim Hortons.
Session Three: How large multinational companies find local relevance in Canada. Sean Stanleigh, interviews Lindsay Liptok Head of Marketing, Uber Canada.
11:05 am: Closing Remarks, Brett McIntosh, CMO, Publicis Canada

Coffee and Networking.

Webinars

December 6, 2018

Supported Event

Partner Webinar: The Secret Financial Lives of Americans—and the Future of Financial Services

Join Nonfiction's co-founders Gunny and Ben as they take you behind the scenes of Nonfiction's unusual research approach, which included interviews with bank robbers, bank executives, Wall Street analysts, and shopping addicts—as well as a nationwide quantitative study.

For members only:

Registrations are closed.

Covered on MSNBC, ABC News, and Axios, the research report, The Secret Financial Lives of Americans, features stories of crying, sex, bank heists, baseball games, and eating out of garbage cans—stories that get to the heart of eight, real customer needs from financial services.

Gunny and Ben will take you behind the scenes of Nonfiction’s unusual research approach, which included interviews with bank robbers, bank executives, Wall Street analysts, and shopping addicts—as well as a nationwide quantitative study. You’ll also get ideas on how you can apply Nonfiction-style techniques to your work.

Join us to learn:

  • How Americans are secretly living double lives when it comes to their finances
  • Why financial services companies are missing huge opportunities for revenue
  • How an unusual approach powered one of the most talked about research reports in years

Date: Thursday, December 6
Time: 12pm EST / 5pm GMT
Presenters: Gunny Scarfo and Ben Zeidler, Co-Founders of Nonfiction Research

For members only:

Registrations are closed.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Kristy Leahong at WARC.

About The Presenters

Gunny Scarfo, Co-Founder, Nonfiction Research
Gunny Scarfo: Before co-founding Nonfiction Research, Gunny was the Head of Strategy at VICE Media’s digital agency, an arm of the $5.7B counterculture media giant. There, he oversaw a team of strategists working on brands such as Unilever, Kraft, Activision, Rolex, and VICE properties such as VICELAND and VICE Impact. Prior to VICE, Gunny was Head of Strategy at Tenthwave Digital (now Accenture Interactive), where he led strategy engagements for BlackRock and helped make Duncan Hines the most shared CPG brand on Facebook. He previously worked for three years as head of marketing at The Abernathy Group, a hedge fund. He’s a graduate of Columbia University.

Ben Zeidler, Co-Founder, Nonfiction Research
Ben Zeidler: Before co-founding Nonfiction Research, Ben was Global Head of CPG Research at L2 (acquired by Gartner Research) where he worked directly with some of the world’s largest consumer brands, including P&G, Unilever, and Nestle. Prior to L2, he worked at Tenthwave, where he established the research & analytics practice, which grew in revenue annually. Ben is on the advisory board at Harvard Business Review and is routinely quoted/featured in industry news. He’s a graduate of Georgetown University.