Pics and video from the Best of 2013

Scenes from our sold-out gala celebrating Agency, Marketer and Media Player of the Year

Scenes from our sold-out gala celebrating Marketing’s Agency, Marketer
and Media Player of the Year

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A capacity crowd of Canada’s top marketers, creatives, strategists and media owners gathered in Toronto Wednesday night to celebrate Marketing‘s Agency, Marketer and Media Player of the Year – the Best of 2013.

L-R Vito Piazza (Sid Lee), Duncan Fulton (Canadian Tire), Scott Moore (Rogers Media)

Marketing publisher Jennifer Litterick (left) and Kirstine Stewart, head of Twitter Canada

Performance Content Group's Deborah Hall and David Brown, Marketing's executive editor

Sid Lee's Martin Gauthier

By now you know which companies walked away with top honours, but the Best of 2013 party also celebrates the finalists that Marketing‘s editorial staff consider for these honours. In each competition, Marketing names a top three and explains what they saw in each company that earns them high standing in the Of The Year competition.





Read more about our Marketer of the Year: Canadian Tire Corp.





Read more about our Media Player of the Year: Rogers Media





Read more about our Agency of the Year: Sid Lee

Videography by Pam Lau

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