Delvinia at 15: Sheldon Levy


To commemorate Delvinia’s 15th anniversary this year, we’re sharing a series of interviews and video clips featuring clients and friends of Delvinia. In this clip, Sheldon Levy, President and Vice Chancellor, Ryerson University, shares his perspective on the company and his experience in working with our CEO Adam Froman. To view additional Delvinia at 15 more »

Speaking Engagements: 2012 MRIA National Conference


The Marketing Research and Intelligence Association (MRIA) is headed to Newfoundland for this year’s annual conference and Delvinia CEO Adam Froman is among the speakers. The 2012 MRIA National Conference takes place in St. John’s from May 30 to June 1. This year’s theme: Sample the Edge. Adam will be taking part in a plenary more »

Enhancing the Retail Environment with Digital Media


When Ryerson University announced plans to convert Maple Leaf Gardens into a sports and recreation facility, Delvinia helped the institution identify opportunities to incorporate digital media into the physical space. We also collaborated with Loblaws, a partner in the redevelopment, to suggest a range of ways for the retailer to enhance the customer experience at more »

Elections Ontario Missed a Huge Opportunity


When I met with Elections Ontario in 2010 to discuss the research we were going to have Nicole Goodman take on with the assistance of an NSERC grant that we obtained through Ryerson University, the organization had already disclosed that it wanted to pilot Internet voting by 2012 as part of its mandate to improve more »

Delvinia Releases DIG Report on eDemocracy and Citizen Engagement


Delvinia has announced the release of its latest DIG report, “eDemocracy and Citizen Engagement: The Delvinia Report on Internet Voting in the Town of Markham.” This groundbreaking study—based on Delvinia’s involvement in three consecutive elections—provides a comprehensive review of Canadian attitudes toward Internet voting in Canada, demonstrates how Canadians are embracing digital technologies to interact more »