Good companies talk about privacy and security; great ones back their words up with third-party audits. James Smith explains why Environics Analytics spends so much time, energy and resources to protect client privacy.
Data is everywhere in the insurance industry, but Stan Ivankovic explains why the insurance sector needs more data to get a more complete view of their customers.
Municipal governments collect treasure troves of data about their citizens. They must harness such data to deliver better services while remaining privacy-compliant.
Danny Heuman, Chief Analytics Officer at Environics Analytics, talks to BBC News Canada about why companies look north when they need a test market.
"They’re active, healthy, they have money to spend, they’re interested and they’re curious." So why aren't more companies trying to draw them in?
Big data can help organizations get closer to the answers they are looking for, but geodemography is what makes these data actionable.
Attracting aspirational and luxury brands to a mall is tough at the best of times. See how J. Richard Hill & Co. worked with Environics Analytics to solve this challenge.
The growth of online shopping will not be the demise of physical stores, but it will require brick-and-mortar retailers to change their thinking.
Having access to accurate data is crucial to policy makers and citizens alike as they inform cost of living increases and many other socioeconomic issues.
Evidence-based and data-driven are the new buzzwords for decision making in business, government and social-service organizations. Addressing issues of privacy, consumer protection and transparency should always be top of mind.
Rupen Seoni, SVP Environics Analytics, joins CTV News Channel’s panel of experts to discuss results of the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Analysts expect Canada’s $2.15 billion luxury industry to be bolstered as U.S. companies begin expanding across the border.
Fans of clear spirits, vodka and gin, tend to back the Democratic party. Those favoring amber liquor are more in step with Republicans. Do Canadian tastes follow suit?
The growth in the number of wealthy consumers in Canada is leading to increased competition in the higher-end retail market.