Watch This: Grip turns 10 with 10-year olds

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Grip Ltd. brought in a handful of experts (prodigies, some may say) to help on a few upcoming client campaigns. Grip Limited Presents: The 10-year-old Takeover from Grip Limited on Vimeo. Watch for cameos by Jennifer Callegaro, Expedia.ca’s senior marketing manager; Kelly McInenly, senior marketing director at Dare Foods; Rachel […]

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Grip Ltd. brought in a handful of experts (prodigies, some may say) to help on a few upcoming client campaigns.

Grip Limited Presents: The 10-year-old Takeover from Grip Limited on Vimeo.

Watch for cameos by Jennifer Callegaro, Expedia.ca’s senior marketing manager; Kelly McInenly, senior marketing director at Dare Foods; Rachel Woodman, marketing director at the Royal Winter Fair and Robert McAskill, director of event and broadcast properties at the Royal Winter Fair.

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