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  • May 29, 2020

    Catching Up with Two Creative Crushes

    Staying in one place for at least two months has meant different things to everyone. But despite the disruption to their lives and their static location, artists still got busy creating. Some are making works that respond directly to [...]

  • December 5, 2019

    Creative Crush: Christopher Benson

    Christopher Benson is one of those illustrators that somehow manages to bring an entire world of captivating stories and mystical creatures to life on a piece of paper or digital screen. Even if you’re not intimately familiar with the [...]

  • August 29, 2019

    Creative Crush: Party Mountain Paper Co.

    This week’s Creative Crush has done what many of us wish we could do (read: just go for it!). She’s turned her pop culture obsession into a business. Margaret Kalejta is the CEO, designer, production manager, and assistant at [...]

  • June 20, 2019

    Study: Bringing Agility and Expertise to the Exchange District BIZ

    The Exchange District BIZ is one of 16 business improvement zones in Winnipeg. It encompasses East and West of Main Street from Waterfront Drive to Adelaide Street and North and South from Galt Avenue to the iconic intersection of Portage and Main.  Its [...]

  • May 9, 2019

    Meet the Marketer: Lindsay Arakawa

    A few months ago, Lindsay Arakawa left her job as Senior Creative Social Strategist at Refinery29 to move to Japan. During her time at Refinery29, she helped the media company build a distinctive narrative on social by establishing a [...]

  • May 3, 2019

    Creative Crush: Albie Alexander

    Albie Alexander is in the business of eliciting strong emotional responses through ambitious and narrative-driven immersive experiences. Formerly the creative director of 29Rooms, Albie has crafted visual stories that dare people to dream bigger and think bolder. The award-winning [...]

  • April 18, 2019

    Creative Crush: Oh So Graceful

    Caroline Pivovar is a graphic designer by day and a hand letter enthusiast by night. The one half of Oh So Graceful, the passion project turned viable business, loves colours. In fact, there’s no such thing as too many [...]

  • April 4, 2019

    Meet The Marketers: Beeproject Apiaries

    If you live in Winnipeg, you’ve definitely seen the Beeproject Apiaries honey jars at your favorite coffee shop. What started as an experiment has now turned into a community-based business that combines urban beekeeping, education, and community engagement. Chris [...]

  • March 21, 2019

    Creative Crush: Carl Ostberg

    Carl Ostberg is a Vancouver-based multi-disciplinary artist and majorly crush-worthy creative. His Instagram is where boundary-pushing flat lay and product shot dreams are born. The whimsical feed full of dreamy flowers and exotic fruits is a dangerous place to [...]

  • February 14, 2019

    Creative Crush: Abbie Paulhus

    On St. Valentine’s Day’s hangover, it’s refreshing to take a scroll through Abbie Paulhus’ Instagram which celebrates self-love and self-appreciation. On top of some pop culture inspo, her work is both frank and light-hearted – a sweet mixture of honesty [...]

  • February 7, 2019

    Masterminding Marketing Ideas for a Good Cause

    We’re the lucky ones in the marketing industry.   We get to meet with a diverse roster of clients and leave brainstorming sessions feeling invigorated, filled with ideas for the client’s business and tons of inspiration for our own. [...]

  • January 31, 2019

    Creative Crush: Kim Knoll

    We found Kim Knoll while scrolling through Instagram for inspiration. Her work struck us for being minimalistic and bearing a sense of calmness and stillness. Kim’s style is heavily influenced by her day job as a graphic designer. It’s [...]

  • November 29, 2018

    Listen to the New Blood

    When you are looking for new answers into new questions, it is knowledge itself that blocks purpose. It is knowledge that creates real ignorance, just as wealth creates poverty. Knowledge creates real ignorance. Every time a new discovery is [...]

  • November 7, 2018

    Meet the Marketer: Joelle Foster

    Her name is Joelle Foster, but most know her as the “Start-Up Mom”. She opened the first Futurpreneur office in Winnipeg in 2010 and now serves as the Executive Director of Hunter Hub for Entrepreneurial Thinking at the University [...]

  • May 8, 2018

    Innovation Colonies Do It Better

    In a recent whitepaper, we delved into the topic of innovation and execution ceilings. Innovation ceilings represent the highest reaches of our imagination, while the latter limits our creativity to our ability to produce the work.   We’ll explore [...]