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'Tis the Season for Creative Seasonal Planning: Driving Emotional Engagement and Sales



In Canada, we're known for embracing celebrations, and when it comes to holiday spending, the numbers tell a compelling story. Canadians are no strangers to festive splurges during the holiday season, making it a pivotal time for businesses to shine.


At Pulse, we understand that holiday preparations start well in advance. While Halloween is still around the corner, savvy businesses are already envisioning the magic of Christmas and New Year's.


Our approach is rooted in the essence of each brand we work with. We delve deep into their values, personality, audience expectations, and product history to ensure that seasonal celebrations remain authentic to our clients' brand and identity. We blend this understanding with trend forecasting and cultural insights, enhancing the creation of timely and alluring seasonal products and campaigns.


We have years of experience creating memorable holiday campaigns for various brands, including grocery markets. We understand that the holiday season is a crucial time for any food brand and grocery markets. The festive period presents a significant opportunity for businesses to connect with their audiences and boost sales.


Seasonal celebrations capture the hearts of Canadian consumers, drive sales, foster brand loyalty, and heighten awareness. Most importantly, they signify a delightful partnership that enables brands to establish enduring connections with their Canadian audience.


At Pulse, our expertise extends to crafting holiday campaigns that resonate. Starting as early as September, we take care of everything, from designing captivating catalogs and coordinating photoshoots, recipe development and testing with local chefs to scheduling shoots, designing, printing, and media buying. Our experience in holiday campaign development allows us to tailor our services to various budgets, breathing life into your brand every step of the way.




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