An idea always seems great in the mind of its inventor—it is only in execution when a great idea becomes a grand reality.
Building ideas, like constructing a building, requires building material. At GCI Canada, these building materials are our core offerings. Our expertise in these disciplines leads to energetic creativity, allowing us to tackle every challenge with new ideas–a bespoke, strategically sound solution every time.
Alissa brings 15 years of experience in communications, journalism and public policy to GCI. She thrives on connecting the dots between communications and the broader geo-political context, with a focus on health and wellness. Her experience working in the Ontario government in both bureaucratic and political offices informs her communications practice. “There’s no substitute for
No matter where you are in your career you never stop seeking career advice. But at a certain point in your career others start seeking career advice from you. Careers have been on my mind lately. I recently delivered the graduation address at a high school here in Toronto. I offered a retrospective of my
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Watch your ideas come to life. Become an Idea Architect. At GCI Canada we develop smart, strategic campaigns that are relevant, timely, engaging, and purposeful for some of the best brands in the world—and we pride ourselves on executional excellence when putting our ideas into action. If you offer creative brilliance and deliver brilliant execution,
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The communications landscape is constantly evolving, and GCI Canada needs to evolve along with it. Our creative team was sent on a mission: renewing and rejuvenating the brand. Our senior art director, Christine Cater says, “It’s not often you get to shape the identity of your own company.”
There is a common theme that emerges in research about millennials at work: their desire to feel passion in the work they do. My passions and my job have intersected many times—more often than not in fact—which is probably why, to this day, I love what I do.