QuadReal wanted to automate their strategy to ensure up-to-date messaging was meeting the right people.
Hoping to spread the word about their services, Pedal Pub came to us with a challenge to increase their presence in a cost effective way.
Looking to see more potential renters take their searches through to fruition, Avenue Living Communities tasked LoKnow to increase their online lead inquiries.
Golden Acre needed to raise brand awareness to those interested in home & gardening in order to boost both store and website traffic.
Dutch Love needed to find an innovative way to promote their stores while adhering to the strict promotion restrictions of the Cannabis Act.
Not content to rest on their laurels, Brandlive sought a new, explosive strategy for their upcoming 2019 festival.
With the exit of a major competitor in mid-2018, PWT pounced on the opportunity to expand their transport services in Alberta and B.C.
With many different types of potential sales, LoKnow needed to tailor the campaign approach to fit their multiple potential buyer personas.
Using a blend of our unique services, we were able to provide Canadian Badlands with detailed profiling information on Badlands tourists
By incorporating data science to determine device IDs, competitor locations, and being able to cater to each franchisee individually, we were able to meet their goals
In Canada’s crowded cannabis market, how does a dispensary effectively create digital brand awareness and acquire loyal, recurring customers while differentiating themselves, selling the same products?
Father’s Day was the perfect excuse for national barbershop chain Tommy Gun’s to step up with a grand plan to give dads something they’d actually use and appreciate—a little bit of pampering.
MMPA wanted to take a different approach to student marketing: focus on digital targeting of each campus where they participate in career fairs.
Tourism Winnipeg likes to joke that the city doesn’t offer the sexy beach experience of typical spring break destinations, but that was no reason not to market…
Co-op food stores (Federated Co-operatives Limited) wanted to build an audience for their Gold label products among both their own customers and their competitors’.
A year’s worth of advertising was planned out, which is not the norm in this industry.
They wanted to split the surrounding area into six zones to figure out which location had the best performing ads so they could get better engagement from devices in these zones.
The goal was to capture brand-new listeners as THE PEAK had recently rebranded as a modern rock station.
The Italian Centre needed help solving a persistent problem: shoppers considered them a specialty store to be shopped at once a month, rather than a weekly grocery store.
Orchards needed ads that would target prospective patients in nearby areas of Edmonton, rather than being placed haphazardly throughout the city.
They were keen to reimagine how their week-long event could be made even better and appeal to a broader demographic.
They were so impressed with the results, they ended the relationship with their former AdWords provider and jumped ship to us.
We filtered out any devices that did not spend a substantial amount of time in these towns during the previous month.
Colliers International wanted to try new awareness methods, generate more inquiries on their online forms and become the innovator of the commercial real estate industry in Edmonton and the surrounding area.