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2016: A Year in Review

Jane Hugo |

Well, it’s that time of the year again.

The Christmas season is a wonderful time for us here at The Met to huddle around the coffee pot, reflect on the past year, and plan for what is to come.

Here are some of the highlights of 2016:

The New Year began with an emphatic “hurrah” as we accepted an ACE award for the rebranding of Volunteer Alberta. This award was given to us for the dynamic, re-energized design and branding launched for Volunteer Alberta. You can read more about the rebrand here

We also redesigned and launched the Bon Ton Bakery Website. Those of us in the office with a sweet tooth were happy to contribute to this project.

We helped Fashion with Compassion celebrate their 20th year with fanciness, class and a lot of chocolate shoes.

We took on some large over-hauls, which included a complete rebranding of Alberta Construction Safety Association, as well as the naming, visual identity and campaign for Edmonton City Centre’s Elevate Food Fare.

Looking back, it was a darn fine year with much hustle and bustle and not a dull moment to be found.  To all those we  worked with in 2016, we are thankful for your partnership and for allowing us the opportunity to do what we do best; communicate in ways that engage and inspire.

So what can you expect from The Met Agency in 2017?

We have some significant adventures on the horizon that we are eager to share with you. We can’t let the cat out of the bag just yet, but there is much anticipation for what is to come. This next year will be a year of moving forward, expanding and stepping out onto new platforms. 

From all of us here at The Met, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and safe holiday season; we look forward to continued collaboration with you in the years to come.

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