Delvinia is among a group of 13 partner organizations and 16 universities taking part in the Creating Digital Opportunity partnership, led by David Wolfe, Co-Director of the Innovation Policy Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.

The academic research partnership, which received a $2.9-million grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), proposes to answer the question: how can Canada best respond to the challenges posed by a rapidly changing digital landscape, while benefiting from emerging opportunities to promote our economic prosperity?

As a Canadian-owned, digital firm that works with organizations to create digital customer experiences, Delvinia is committed to creating jobs in Canada and investing in developing and commercializing our own R&D. Our CEO Adam Froman is also a long-time advocate on behalf of the digital industry..

Through our role, Adam brings his knowledge and industry perspective to bear on the implementation of the research agenda. Our AskingCanadians online research community also assists in gaining insight into, and dialogue with, key stakeholders to facilitate the research being conducted.

For more on this initiative, please see the CDO project description on the Munk School’s website.

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David Phillips, Partner - Deloitte Digital
David Phillips
Deloitte Digital

Who is David Phillips?

A proven marketing and General Manager with over a decade of experience in delivering successful commercial outcomes for tier-one consumer goods organisations in local, regional and global roles.

The core to this success has been leveraging the rare combination of three strong attributes in corporates and start-ups:

  1. Analytical and strategic skill-set gained through formal training (MBA) and leading countless strategic and insight-led projects;
  2. A strong creative perspective which drives powerful innovative solutions to organisational problems or opportunities;
  3. Influencing and leadership skills which have continually shaped organisational direction, focus and critically, delivered galvanising team leadership.


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