Celebrating 10 Years of AskingCanadians


Thank you to everyone who joined us at Brassaii on Thursday, June 18th to celebrate 10 years of AskingCanadians. Here’s a look at our Facebook photo album from the event. Thank you to everyone who joined us at Brassaii on Thursday, June 18 to celebrate 10 years of AskingCanadians. Here are a few photos from 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 »

In the news: Creating sustainable digital experiences


Our CEO Adam Froman recently spoke with Professor Robert V. Kozinets for an article in GfK Marketing Intelligence Review (MIR) about marketing and social media hype. The article, “Creating Sustainable Digital Experiences,” poses the question: Is the social media hype about being cool or about making money? Adam’s response: “Marketers need to be very clear more »

In the News: Advantage magazine profiles Delvinia CEO Adam Froman


The October issue of Advantage magazine was released today and “The Innovators” section of the quarterly publication features a profile of our CEO Adam Froman. Adam spoke with writer Joe Dyton earlier this year for a story about his journey as an entrepreneur and the challenges he’s faced in building Delvinia and AskingCanadians. The article, more »

Delvinia expands its leadership team with four internal promotions


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 »