Speaking Engagements: Manulife Financial’s Elite Forum

Elite Forum

Delvinia President Steve Mast will be among the speakers taking part in Manulife Financial’s Elite Forum for its top advisors in San Diego later this month. Delvinia has a longstanding relationship with Manulife and has had the privilege of working with the company on numerous digital strategy initiatives since 2005. In this presentation, Becoming a more »

Speaking Engagements: ToRCHI


Delvinia CEO Adam Froman will join members of ToRCHI next month to share his perspective on Listening through Customer Insights. Digital technologies have fundamentally changed the way consumers interact with organizations and brands. And while social media, online research communities, and data analytics are providing organizations with the unprecedented ability to listen to and observe more »

Speaking Engagements: MBA Insights 2014


Delvinia CEO Adam Froman will be among the speakers taking part in the 8th annual MBA Insights Conference at York University’s Schulich School of Business on November 7. Organized by the Graduate Business Council, the annual career conference includes a keynote address from John Cappella, Director of Network Development at Porsche Cars Canada Ltd. and more »

Speaking Engagements: ‘New Age Marketing Using New Age Data’ Seminar


In the traditional world of qualitative and quantitative market research we are used to asking the questions. What if we largely just listened, collected, cleaned, categorized and analyzed instead? On October 28, Delvinia President Steve Mast will join Larry Friedman, Chief Research Officer, TNS North America, and Margot Acton, Senior Vice President, Brand & Communications more »

Speaking Engagements: GTEC 2014


Our CEO Adam Froman will be sharing the story of Delvinia’s work with the City of Guelph in a presentation at the GTEC 2014 conference in Ottawa this fall. GTEC, Canada’s Government Technology Event, takes place at the Ottawa Convention Centre from October 27 to 30. Adam’s session, Open Government and the Voice of e-Democracy: more »