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Delvinia announces promotions, positions AskingCanadians for continued growth

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Delvinia is pleased to announce the promotion of several team members as the firm positions its AskingCanadians online data collection business for further growth. AskingCanadians has experienced significant growth in the past five years; evolving to become a market leader in Canada with an online research community that includes access to more than one million read more

Survey Magazine names Raj Manocha one of 20 Researchers You Need to Know

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We’re thrilled to share the news that AskingCanadians Senior Vice President Raj Manocha has been selected as one of Survey Magazine’s 20 Researchers You Need to Know. The latest issue of the digital magazine, out today, includes the publication’s annual list of top researchers within the industry. Raj is profiled as a Research Future Leader. read more

AskingCanadians launches AskingAmericans

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North American-based data collection firm offers access to over 10 million consumers (Toronto, ON) April 8, 2014 – AskingCanadians is pleased to announce the expansion of its data collection services into the United States with the launch of AskingAmericans, an online data collection firm with access to more than 10 million consumers. Since its inception read more

AskingCanadians announces the launch of the AskingPets panel

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New panel responds to growth in the online pet consumer goods industry (Toronto, ON) April 1, 2014 – Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Last year, the online pet consumer goods industry grew by three per cent in Canada. In response, AskingCanadians, an online data collection firm with access to 600,000 read more

The future of data collection: Data enablement

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The data collection industry is at a very interesting time in its evolution.  The idea of user experience has moved to the forefront of most companies, and essentially led to the push for the gluttony of data visualization products in the marketplace today. While visualization is the here and now, the future seems ripe for read more