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 »Posted in AskingCanadians, delvinia, News.
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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 »Posted in Social Media, Strategy.
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 »Posted in Digital Culture, Retail, Technology.
In a recent New York Times editorial by David Brooks, the author shares an anecdote about a prominent bank executive as he contemplated whether to close operations in a financially unstable country. The banker undoubtedly had reams of economic data available to him to ponder and even to rationalize a decision to cut his losses. More »Posted in Customer Journey.
The intersection between digital, social and physical experiences. I recently met up with friends for dinner and a movie. I booked the dinner and paid via my smartphone; booked the movie and picked up the tickets via my smartphone; bought a coffee after the show, and you guessed it, paid with my smartphone. I did More »Posted in Financial Services, Retail, Screens & Places.
(Don’t miss this year’s outtakes. Be sure to watch the video until the very end!) As we look back on 2012, we wanted to share some of the great things that have happened at Delvinia and AskingCanadians this year. Our team has grown by more than 30 per cent within the past year and we’ve More »Posted in AskingCanadians, delvinia.
In Thursday’s edition of The Globe and Mail, journalist Carolyn Abraham’s ongoing series, The DNA Dilemma, explored the possibility of marketers using DNA to create targeted campaigns. Our CEO Adam Froman was interviewed by Carolyn for the article, “Why your DNA is a goldmine for marketers.” Carolyn reported that “while privacy advocates fret over marketers More »Posted in delvinia.
Rather than repeating last year’s candy-eating contest, the staff of Delvinia and AskingCanadians celebrated Halloween 2012 with a pumpkin carving challenge earlier today. Employees from the two companies were divided into teams and given 20 minutes to create their scariest designs. How did they do? You be the judge. See all of the photos on More »Posted in Uncategorized.
Delvinia President Steve Mast is the keynote speaker at OpenDialogue‘s Digital Brand Building conference being held at The Old Mill Inn on October 25. The theme for this year’s event is Effectively Leveraging New Media to Define your Brand. “Social media has transformed the nature of consumer and brand interaction, and the focus is very More »Posted in Speaking Engagements.
The Men of Delvinia & AskingCanadians took to the streets of Toronto wearing high heels yesterday for the White Ribbon Campaign’s fourth annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes fundraiser. And, thanks to everyone who supported our team, we surpassed our initial goal of $1,500, raising close to $3,700 and finishing in the top five More »Posted in AskingCanadians, delvinia.