Present in Barcelona, Lisbon and Madrid and with over fifteen years’ experience, Canela was among the five best agencies to work for in EMEA in the PRovoke ranking for the 5th time and has received industry awards and recognitions such as Best Communication Agency 2019 and Fastest Growing Agency 2019 as well as campaign-specific awards.
Canela is organised into three departments: Business to Business, Consumer Technology and Lifestyle. We also offer Digital and Design services.
We have led the communications campaigns for household names such as Adyen, Palo Alto Networks, Sony y Wallbox and have launched brands in Spain & Portugal such as Glassdoor, TaskRabbit o Vivid Money.
What really sets us apart is that we like to work with clients that are changing our way of consuming such as Babbel, Evaneos and Tapp Water. We have a broad experience of championing NGOs both national and international such as Sonrisas de Bombay, Tree-Nation and Fundación Exit.
We are a company that puts our team members first, and in a sector known for its high rate of turnover, we have an above average employee retention rate. We believe in investing in people and their professional development. Canela team members have been to San Francisco, London and Frankfurt for training and also receive regular customized in-house training sessions.
As an independent owner-managed agency we form part of international networks of like-minded agencies including Brands2Life Global and Convoy with whom we share best practice, training sessions and clients.
As a company, we know we have a responsibility to the world and society. That’s why we have #CanelaCares, a Corporate Social Responsibility programme through which we support non-profit initiatives that do their bit to change the world.
Every six months, Canela team members have the opportunity to make a proposal to apply for funding or pro bono hours for an NGO that is important to them. So far, we have already lent a hand to KUKUBA, Arconatura, Open Arms, PertenSer and El Paso City Council to support families affected by the eruption of the volcano on La Palma.