We believe sport is a powerful tool to create social change, to generate legacy benefits for communities, and to positively influence consumers.
When you believe something this passionately, you call it a manifesto.
Our focus is on Olympic, action sports and pro athlete management; brand consulting and content production; and major event bid strategy and fund development.
Our clients and projects include: X Games Calgary, Rock the Rink, Canadian Olympic Committee, Calgary 2026 Bid Corporation, The City of Calgary, Freestyle Canada (CFSA), KidSport Canada, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Tourism Calgary, Canada Snowboard, Red Bull Canada, Red Bull USA, Calgary Sport Tourism Authority (CSTA), PGA TOUR Champions Shaw Charity Classic, Burton Snowboards, ING Canada, WinSport Canada, AthletesCAN, Sport Calgary, TSN, Quokka Sports, SaltLake2002.com, NBC Sports, ABC Sports and ESPN.
Manifesto represents an accomplished group of Canadian sport personalities including Olympic gold medalists Tessa Virtue, Jon Montgomery, Rosie MacLennan, Hayley Wickenheiser, Denny Morrison, Adam van Koeverden, Kaillie Humphries, Maëlle Ricker, Erica Wiebe, Meaghan Mikkelson, Natalie Spooner, Marielle Thompson, Dara Howell, Justin Kripps, Charles Hamelin, and Brady Leman.
We also manage endorsements for Toronto Maple Leafs star Mitch Marner; Blue Jays third baseman Vlad Guerrero Jr.; NHL MVP Taylor Hall; Blue Jays starting pitcher Marcus Stroman; Canada's fastest man Aaron Brown; World Champion Erik Guay; visionary coach John Herdman; downhill mountain bike ruler Finn Iles; X Games silver medalist Noah Bowman; X Games gold medalist and Paralympic Champion Josh Dueck; NHL superstar Shea Weber; Blue Jays second baseman Lourdes Gurriel Jr.; second-overall NHL draft pick Nolan Patrick; selfless Olympian Gilmore Junio; rising beach volleyball star Taylor Pischke; world-number-one ranked beach volleyball team Heather Bansley/Brandie Wilkerson; World Championship silver medalist (800m) Melissa Bishop; snowboard personality Craig McMorris; and 6-time X Games gold medalist and Olympic bronze medalist Mark McMorris.