Municipal governments collect treasure troves of data about their citizens. They must harness such data to deliver better services while remaining privacy-compliant.
Intuition suggests that young, time-pressed families are most likely to buy groceries online. Data and analytics prove otherwise.
Danny Heuman, Chief Analytics Officer at Environics Analytics, talks to BBC News Canada about why companies look north when they need a test market.
Michael LeBlanc, host of The Voice of Retail Podcast explores how Environics Analytics is helping retailers understand the online shopping behaviours of their consumers.
Event sponsorships are expensive yet difficult to measure in terms of effectiveness. Mobile analytics is a privacy-compliant solution to this problem.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin on TVO hosts a panel discussion on Canada's data deficit and what it means for policymakers.
Retail Insider explains how ClickSpend™ powered by J.C. Williams Group can help retailers to make informed decisions about their physical and online presence in certain markets.
"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?
It's crucial for retailers to understand online shopping behaviours from one neighbourhood to the next to help determine what products to sell and where brick and mortar locations should operate.
Big data can help organizations get closer to the answers they are looking for, but geodemography is what makes these data actionable.
One in three adult Canadians are over the age of 55. Why grocers and consumer packaged goods companies should care.
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.
Every neighbourhood type, every region, tends to purchase a similar amount online - what is fascinating is the variation between consumers in each province.
The Financial Post discusses the impact of central bank interest rate increases on the savings and discretionary spending of the average Canadian with Peter Miron at Environics Analytics.
Increasing debt levels coupled with rising interest rates meant the average Canadian household spent $544 more on interest charges last year.
MoneySense presents results of their 2018 Canada’s Best Places to Live ranking. Oakville took top honours.
An interactive map detailing cannabis consumption in the GTA
Rupen Seoni, SVP Environics Analytics, joins CTV News Channel’s panel of experts to discuss results of the 2016 U.S. presidential election.