CensusPlus.ca is your source for enhanced 2011 Canadian Census and National Household Survey (NHS)
data at the neighbourhood dissemination area (DA) level—and all other geographic levels.
Awash in Big Data, Alterna Savings faced a Big Challenge: Grow its market share despite tough competition. DM Magazine reveals how answering one question helped the company gain a 360-degree view of its customers.
PRIZMC2 is the first segmentation system to integrate geodemographics and
psychographics for consumer insights.
Read how the Shaw Festival attracts loyal audiences through a cutting-edge combination of data mining,
PRIZM C2 segmentation, astute partnerships and some very savvy direct marketing.
Powerful. Fast. Accessible anywhere. ENVISION gives you all the
micromarketing tools you need wherever and whenever you need them.
Canadian households last year spent an average of
$538 on pet expenditures.
Peter Miron, lead developer of EA's WealthScapes database, is interviewed by The Globe and Mail about the findings in WealthScapes 2013.
Jan Kestle interviewed on MeetTheBoss TV
21st Century Business feature on Environics Analytics.
Gone are the days when an evolutionary line separated human beings from pets. The domestication of animals, and our increasingly close relationship with them, has turned former hunting dogs and alley cats into members of the household. Once the domain of people, the household today is shared with dogs, cats, fish and birds – not to mention the odd gecko and other exotic critters.
As an intern with Environics Analytics and a recent university graduate, I have a special interest identifying cities that are popular amount other university graduates. A city with a large concentration of university grads typically means there are lots of jobs that require university degrees—an attractive trait for job-seekers like me—and indicates an environment conducive to advancing a career. And lots of university graduates also mean a dating pool of other young singles who, after all, will help fill any free time away from a job.
Toronto, April 25, 2012 – Environics Analytics (EA) today released a new whitepaper on the impact of the recent recession on Canadian households, entitled “Crisis and Recovery: Wealth Shifts from 2007 to 2011.”
Toronto, March 16, 2012 – Environics Analytics (EA) today announced the launch of the eShopper PRIZMC2Link, a new database powered by AskingCanadians™ that describes digital and offline marketplace behaviour.
As a young girl growing up in a suburb of Tel Aviv, Moran Friedman figured she’d be an engineer like her parents. Having an aptitude for numbers, she felt confident pursuing a graduate degree in electrical engineering systems. But in 2007 at one of her first jobs as an analyst in research and development at Motorola in Tel Aviv, Moran began to rethink her commitment to R&D.
Online business intelligence providing insight on customers and markets anywhere
Insights into the behaviour and mindset of Canadian customers. Now updated with
the latest research & projections.
Comprehensive data on the assets, liabilities and net worth of Canadians.
The most comprehensive set of Canadian demographic data available.
Our services provide solutions for a wide array of industries, government agencies, universities and not-for-profits.
With one-fifth of Canadians foreign-born, it is especially important to connect with diverse communities.
Over 11,000 variables to help clients reach those most receptive to them through PRIZMC2.