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Our History

6P Marketing was born in 2007 to help small brands without the resources for a full-time marketing department release their passion into the marketplace.

Since then, we’ve grown from a one-man start-up into a team of 30. We’ve brought our whiteboard sketches and boisterous laughter with us through four moves over a decade and a half.

Serene views of the Red River in South Osborne, the creative energy of Winnipeg’s Exchange—each location makes a mark on us and our team as we strive to help good people with ambitious spirits and become Canada’s best marketing agency. Regardless of where the 6P team works, we keep our core approach of serving clients with care and passion at the heart of what we do.

Highlights from 6P Marketing’s 15-Year History

2007

An idea takes shape in the mind of founder Paul Provost, a Winnipeg marketer freshly returned from Alberta.

2008

6P Marketing moves into its first office space at 421 Mulvey Avenue East, also known as the South Osborne Xchange Building. It later hires its first employee and is contracted for its first project by IBEX Payroll.

2009

Edge Marketing engages in a long-term client relationship with Manitoba Pork, beginning an important relationship that will continue through Edge’s future merger with 6P.

2010

6P moves up to the third floor of the South Osborne Xchange, taking in a calming view of the Red River and the blue prairie sky.

2012

6P wins the bid to design the donor wall for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, beating out some of the world’s top agencies for the job. The staff, now 10 people, celebrate five years of 6P.

2015

Edge Marketing merges with 6P, bringing with it beloved team members that will play key roles in the agency.

2016

The 6P team, now approaching 20, moves through a sweltering July heat into 44 Princess in the Exchange District to accommodate new growth, taking on four times the space it had prior.

2017

6P celebrates its 10-year anniversary with a party in the office, complete with stuffed grape leaves, a DJ, and a 6P ice sculpture.

2018

6P sponsors a first-ever Canadian public trust conference together with the Canadian Agri-food Marketers Alliance.

2019

6P expands to occupy the second floor at 44 Princess and double its office space during its busiest year to date, the team now nearing 30.

2020

6P emerges from its busiest quarter ever to weather the worst of the COVID storm admirably, keeping its team, client base, and bottom line intact.

2021

6P continues working its way through a recovering COVID economy, contributing 500 “recharger hours” to its team. The agency offers thousands in inkind marketing services to needy projects in the community through its Partners in Perseverance program.

2022

6P enters its 15th year of business with a great team and a clear vision to help clients achieve their marketing goals.