Over the past year, Zenergy welcomed some seriously exciting new clients to our portfolio. We were thrilled to offer our expertise in marketing and related initiatives to our expanding roster of clients.
Montreal movie mogul and new Dragon on Dragons’ Den, Vince Guzzo, enlisted our services for ongoing PR support.
Meanwhile, in the food and beverage sector, Alberta-based artisan chocolatier, JACEK, contracted Zenergy to boost their awareness across the country.
Zenergy also reached an agreement with innovative FinTech, Mobeewave, for its PR needs as it continues to expand its contactless payment footprint across the globe.
In Quebec, we developed a French-based consumer awareness campaign for the Association Béton Québec promoting concrete use in residential construction through an aggressive PR and influencer campaign with complimentary design initiatives.
Towards the close of 2018, Zenergy welcomingly reunited with one of the company‘s first and longest-standing clients, John Molson School of Business’ Goodman Institute to work on repositioning its MBA in Investment Management program to support recruiting.
In the finance sector, Veritas Investment Research called on Zenergy’s know-how in video production during its 7th annual “Great Canadian Housing and Real Estate Conference” whereby we produced a video that is now being used as an industry reference.
And, finally, Zenergy worked with Carmen, the leading Canadian distributor of fashionable watches, for PR work for the company’s Daniel Wellington and MVMT watch brands.
Zenergy continued to work with several mainstay clients throughout 2018. The quality of an agency can often be measured in the loyalty of its clients and we continue to relish the opportunity to serve some of our long-time customer base!
We worked with an industry-leading pop-up retail incubator, pop-up go, to offer support in specialized marketing and brand exposure. Zenergy helped support the company, working with a wide variety of clientele from local Toronto brand, Blitz Facial Bar, to internationally renowned candy company Skittles.
For more than a decade, we have continued to deliver on creative design and video production projects for Uniboard, and are continually working with Saniflo who utilizes the full spectrum of Zenergy’s services. We work with both companies to educate architects, designers and contractors (trade) about their products.
Additionally, we’ve continued to fulfill the communications-related needs of our specialty pharma clients, Knight Therapeutic and Paladin Labs as they increasingly make life easier on Canadians countrywide with their innovative offerings.
We worked with recruitment guru, Yacoub Elite, on website updates and optimization in order to boost the boutique search agency’s web-based business prospects.vative offerings.
In the heart of Downtown Toronto, we’ve continued to drive all MARCOM activities supported by social media, creative services, and events for Atrium – a one-stop shopping destination with a mix of food, fashion, services and office space located adjacent to Dundas Square.
In 2018 we had a fabulous time helping plan and coordinate successful events for our clients that, we’re happy to report, were all well-attended and deemed to be great triumphs! vative offerings.
Japanese retailer, MUJI, utilized our capabilities in public and influencer relations as well as in-mall advertising support ahead of its Canadian flagship store opening (its largest store outside of Japan) at Atrium. The exclusive event went viral on social media as the company’s aesthetically-beautiful products and innovative architectural prowess was on full display.
At Zenergy, we celebrated our 15th anniversary in 2018! The celebration gathered together 15 years of clients, staff and employees for a celebratory evening that took place at our Downtown Toronto office. Happy birthday to us!
Exercising Our Zenerosity
Our 2018 Holiday Charity Drive made our team feel great about giving back! Thanks to donations from staff, family and friends, we raised money for the Daily Bread Food Bank, as well as donated bags of clothing and an assortment of toys and books to the Oasis Clothing Bank and Salvation Army. The inaugural, employee-driven initiative was a great success, as we continued to build and support our local community.