The Winnipeg Free Press interviewed Margot Brown yesterday about the future of newspapers.
Client Manitoba Hydro enjoyed another strong year at the 2010 Utility Communicators International (UCI) Better Communications Competition Awards (BCC) for advertising campaigns developed by MCG.
Today a local columnist and Power 97 radio deejay wrote a column in the Winnipeg Sun that discusses the slogan for the 2010 Winnipeg Blue Bombers season.
As the head creative guy at Winnipeg’s largest agency and 2010 marking his 20th year in the business, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that Ron Sawchuk is smart, creative and talented.
MCG was selected in 2008 from among several international and national agencies to develop a community brand designed to promote the City of Regina. Mayor Pat Fiacco launched the community brand in February 2010.
Jesse Cringan may have been destined to be a part of the advertising industry. “I was always intrigued by the industry. And because of my family connection it’s something I’ve been exposed to for a good chunk of my life,” he says.
Manitoba’s pavilion at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics — named CentrePlace Manitoba — is one of those once-in-a-lifetime projects that McKim Cringan George just had to be part of.
Two MCG staffers are lucky enough to be heading west for a few days to take in some of the fun at the 2010 Winter Olympics, and they want to blog all about it in Erik & Audra’s Five Ring Circus.
Ever been part of a focus group? Ever wondered who was on the other side of the two-way mirror, and whether or not they were laughing at you? The answer is: me, and frequently.
The Winnipeg Folk Festival, one of North America’s longest running and most popular music festivals, has selected advertising firm McKim Cringan George as its partner for creative and strategic marketing services.
MCG recently developed a new unified identity to aid in streamlining St-Boniface Hospital’s fundraising goals.
We thought you might like to get to know us better by profiling our staff. We’ll start off by introducing associate creative director and senior art director Brent Morrisseau, who is also president of MCG’s sister agency, Brave Strategy — Manitoba’s first Aboriginal majority-owned advertising, design and marketing agency.
To say that Naomi’s career prior to joining MCG as the agency’s first Director of Finance has been much ado about financial analysis would be a bit of an understatement.
In 1994, my father traded in our family’s ’84 Dodge Caravan for a used ’92 Saturn SL2. The car was teal. I bought a suit at Randy River that matched the car colour, and sported both to my high school graduation. But that’s neither here nor there.
The “Small Changes Add Up” campaign served Manitoba Hydro in a big way recently at an international competition for utilities.
McKim Cringan George is pleased to announce it is expanding its public relations and publicity services to provide additional professional media relations, strategy, social media networking and event-planning support to clients and the agency.
MCG President, Peter George, provides commentary in the Winnipeg Free Press on the new provincial budget.
In an airplane’s close quarters one can’t help noticing what your seatmate is reading. Especially if it has your company logo on it. Especially if you recognize the work as your own.
Obviously we all have to pay our bills, but now and again we take on a project for some other reason relating to personal fulfilment. I’m guessing that the reasons for doing so will vary from person to person. But these are mine, and they reaffirm why I continue to have a passion for this […]
Okay, Okay. We did it. We’re sorry. Really, really sorry. It’s advertising’s fault that the English language is in the toilet. Well, the Internet and e-com must take their share of the blame too. It’s our collective fault that your kids think “Lite” is a word and that it’s acceptable to replace “you” with “u”. Please accept our sincere apologies.