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At CTP, we’ve called 77 North Washington in Boston home for 15 years, so it’s safe to say we all missed our space when COVID forced us to suddenly adjust to a work-from-home environment. Now that we’re fully living the hybrid model, where we’re all in the office together on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, we, like...

Stung by the writing bug

CTP’s uber-talented associate creative director Kevin MacKenzie was an aspiring musician and songwriter before he jumped into the ad business. We’re lucky he made the move. But music, TV anthems and ad copy quench only part of his writing bug. He recently published a children’s book, inspired by a painful encounter with an insect and…

CTP and Square in the Air Launch ‘Chalk + Dog Communications’

Sports wagering-focused agency to focus on expanding North American market, integrate their collective international industry experience, expertise BOSTON and LONDON (July 12, 2022) – Sports, betting and gaming communications agency Square in the Air has entered into a joint venture with integrated marketing agency CTP to launch a new agency aimed primarily at the burgeoning…

CTP elevates two senior agency leaders

As an agency that believes so deeply in the power of human spirit it’s no surprise that we consider our people CTP’s single greatest asset. We’re blessed with lots of amazing stars who think, plan, create and make really good things happen for our clients. We also have a team of smart, committed leaders who have…

Survey Says: Time to Cancel the Consumer

A growing number of Americans are tired of being viewed as consumers since that only speaks to a fraction of who they are. They have full lives and how your product or service fits in that life may be different than where it fits for someone else. So if marketers want to make real inroads...

Survey Says: Time to Cancel the Consumer

A growing number of Americans are tired of being viewed as consumers since that only speaks to a fraction of who they are. They have full lives and how your product or service fits in that life may be different than where it fits for someone else. So if marketers want to make real inroads...

The Week | Our view of the last 7 days in marketing & communications

The Russian invasion of Ukraine continues with an unending string of tragedy reported every day. Gas prices are super high. Heated battles continue over issues like women’s reproductive rights. And don’t look now but there’s a new combo Delta-Omicron strain. With distressing news events all around us, we’ve gathered up some good news to spark…

The Week | Our view of the last 7 days in marketing & communications

It’s been two years since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic and our world was turned upside down. On top of the nearly 80 million cases and nearly one million deaths in the US alone, this time has been marked by enormous challenges –  from loneliness and social distancing to mourning and fundamental…

The Week | Our view of the last 7 days in marketing & communications

Imagine a world free of bias, stereotype and discrimination? This year’s International Women’s Day is shining light on these issues. Knowing there is still much work to be done, The Week is taking a look at the importance of this day for women and digging into this year’s theme. On Tuesday, March 8, the World…

The Week | Our view of the last 7 days in marketing & communications

As Russia began its invasion early Thursday morning, the world’s eyes (and hearts) are drawn to the devastating impacts of war. Refugees. Fire. Rubble. While the humanitarian angle is foremost in our minds, we offer a look at the war from a variety of other angles – its impact on social media, in business and…