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 … [Read more...] about Screens & Places: Is it time to leave your wallet at home?
(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 had the … [Read more...] about 2012 Year in Review
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 … [Read more...] about In the News: Why your DNA is a goldmine for marketers
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 … [Read more...] about The Great Pumpkin Carving Challenge
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 … [Read more...] about The Men of Delvinia & AskingCanadians March to End Violence against Women