One of Canada’s top admen will share his story at Brock’s annual Terry O’Malley Lecture
Published on March 04 2014
Multi-award-winning adman Glen Hunt will share an intimate account of his personal and professional journey through the world of advertising and marketing after almost 30 years in the biz at Brock University’s 13th annual Terry O’Malley Lecture in Marketing and Advertising.
Hunt is Chief Transformation Officer at the ad agency Cossette, one of Canada’s leading integrated communications agencies, founded in Quebec City in 1972.
His talk, “Lost and Found,” takes place Wednesday, March 5, at 7:30 p.m. in the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre at the University.
A former Cannes judge and one of this country’s top copywriters, Hunt has been the creative driving force behind many of Canada’s most talked-about communications campaigns, including the Molson Canadian “I Am Canadian” rant commercial.
Hunt’s award-winning work has spanned a broad range of business categories and brands. His uncanny creative instinct, along with his deep insights into what makes consumers engage with brands, have resulted in business successes for enterprises as varied as UPS, P&G, Canon and dog clothier Dogfather, to the world’s biggest breweries and luxury automotive brands.
Adman Glen Hunt will deliver the 13th annual Terry O'Malley Lecture in Marketing and Advertising at Brock University on Wedesday, March 5.