Sharing the story of the COC at ESOMAR’s Best of Canada Event


Delvinia CEO Adam Froman was among the speakers at the ESOMAR Best Of – Canada 2012 breakfast, held Wednesday at the Hilton Toronto Hotel. His presentation, Shifting Customer Behaviour Online, focused on our work with the Canadian Opera Company (COC). Through the use of data and analytics, the COC adopted a customer-centric approach towards the more »

Backstage at the COC: Our Tour of the Semele Set


Earlier today, the Delvinia and AskingCanadians teams had the opportunity to go backstage at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts to get a sneak peek at the set for the Canadian Opera Company production of Semele, an ornate 450-year-old Chinese temple from the Ming Dynasty. COC associate technical director Barney Bayliss led our more »

A New Award for our Work with the Canadian Opera Company


Our new IAC Award just arrived this afternoon and we wanted to share it with you! Our redesign of the Canadian Opera Company website won the award for Best Arts Website in the 2012 Internet Advertising Competition (IAC) Awards, presented by the Web Marketing Association. The website, at, which Delvinia originally redesigned in January more »

Web Marketing Association Honours Delvinia for COC Website Design


Canadian Opera Company Wins Best Arts Website in 2012 Internet Advertising Competition (Toronto, ON) March 26, 2012 – The Web Marketing Association today announced that Delvinia, a digital strategy and customer experience design consultancy, is being honoured for its work with the Canadian Opera Company (COC). The Toronto firm is responsible for the design of more »

COC Launches 2012/13 Season and Delvinia-Designed Digital Brochure


The Canadian Opera Company announced the line-up for its 2012/13 season at a press conference at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts last week. The new season—the company’s 63rd—is described as a celebration of opera’s greatest masterpieces. The season features seven productions including Giuseppe Verdi’s Il Trovatore, Johann Strauss II’s Die Fledermaus and more »