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Sid Lee is a leading creative agency with 600 professionals working globally out of offices in Montreal, Toronto, New York, Paris, and LA. Our multidisciplinary teams leverage the power of radical collaboration to build brands for the modern age, activating communication platforms to engage with today’s consumers… Read More
Sid Lee is a leading creative agency with 600 professionals working globally out of offices in Montreal, Toronto, New York, Paris, and LA. Our multidisciplinary teams leverage the power of radical collaboration to build brands for the modern age, activating communication platforms to engage with today’s consumers across all possible touchpoints. Rooted in strategic thinking, our work ranges from advertising to branded content, digital solutions, design & branding, architecture & retail design, social media, experiential platforms & activations, and analytics. By breaking boundaries to create what matters, our company has earned a global reputation as a top-tier brand builder for some of the most progressive clients in the industry. Sid Lee is also at the origin of C2 Montreal, one of the largest innovation events in the world, and is part of kyu, a new collective of creative companies established by Hakuhodo DY Holdings, the second-largest agency network in Asia.

Named “Agency of the Year” four times since 2009, our company has earned a global reputation for its progressive work and the solid results it achieved for top-tier clients.

Sid Lee is also the creator and curator of C2 Montréal, one of the largest innovation events in the world with an attendance of more than 6,000 executives from more than 30 countries. The three-day program encompasses talks, workshops, exhibitions, networking, themed venues and festivities. This immersive conference explores the potent transformative power found at the intersection of commerce and creativity. (http://c2montreal.com/)

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