Adam Froman, the CEO of Delvinia, a data collection firm that has captured more than 180 million opinions and introduced the automated market research platform Methodify joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Adam Froman discuss the following:
- Tell us more about your fascinating background and how you grew Delvinia over the years?
- How has coronavirus forced businesses to reassess their workplace policies around remote flexible work?
- Is the shift to WFH is a temporary solution or indicative of a larger future of work trend?
- What does this shift means for companies who have long relied on traditional market research tools ie. focus groups?
- How is Delvinia is responding to shifting workplace dynamics while helping businesses thrive through AI and machine learning tools?
- What other methods or avenues have you taken over the years to fund the growth of your business from startup to scaleup?
- What are the biggest advantages you have seen or experienced by not having external investors?
- What suggestions or advice do you have for other entrepreneurs in similar situations?
- Where can go for more information on Delvinia or if they want to work with you in the future?
Adam Froman is the Chief Executive Officer of Delvinia, a data collection firm that has captured more than 180 million opinions and introduced the automated market research platform Methodify. He is an award-winning entrepreneur and innovator and is known as a visionary business leader who has grown his firm into a globally competitive group of companies over the course of the past two decades.
Under Adam’s leadership, Delvinia has evolved from operating as a traditional digital consultancy to become an innovative Canadian scale-up that is transforming how data is being collected and used to power better decision-making. Adam’s portfolio of successful digital businesses includes AskingCanadians, AskingAmericans, Delvinia Custom Solutions, and Methodify.
In addition to guiding the growth of his organization, Adam is an active member of the Canadian Marketing Association and the Marketing Research & Intelligence Association. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Council of Canadian Innovators, a business council exclusively focused on helping high-growth Canadian technology firms scale-up globally.
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