Delvinia expands its leadership team with four internal promotions

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Company appoints new Senior Vice Presidents and Director of Operations to manage its growth Delvinia, a leader in digital innovation and home to AskingCanadians and AskingAmericans, today announced the expansion of its leadership team, promoting four senior staff members in recognition of their roles in the company’s success and to prepare for the firm’s future more »

Our Year in Review

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It’s been a big year for Delvinia and AskingCanadians and as we look back on 2013 we wanted to share some of the great things that have happened over the past 12 months. As many of you already know, we celebrated our 15th anniversary as a company in August and we marked the occasion with more »

Environics Analytics Honours Delvinia as Partner of the Year

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Last week, Environics Analytics President Jan Kestle announced that Delvinia had been named Partner of the Year during a presentation at the company’s Seventh Annual User Conference. Kestle singled out Delvinia “for the productive collaboration we’ve enjoyed building robust databases on how Canadians behave and think.” Yesterday, the marketing services and data analytics company issued more »

Should my Brand use Pinterest?

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Pinterest has experienced explosive growth in recent years. According to our AskingCanadians online research community, seven per cent of those surveyed say they actively used Pinterest in the past month, which ranks it as the sixth largest social network for Canadians, after the social network big shots – Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+. In more »

Will Wearable Computing Devices Transform Customer Experiences?

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The concept of wearable computing is no longer confined to science fiction. Google’s head-mounted Glass project is now in the hands of developers, Nike’s FuelBand is frequently seen on the wrists of fitness enthusiasts and everyday people alike, and rumours of a wrist-mounted flexible glass screen from Apple persist and could arrive before the end more »