A 2013 global survey from Ipsos Open Thinking Exchange indicates Canadians who have shared content in the past month, did so for a variety of reasons. The statistics were collected by Ipsos Global @dvisor as part of Sociologue, an ongoing publication that features conversation-starting commentary on social media trends and behavior.
The majority (85+%) of Canadian consumers agree that personal service and convenience are the number one reason they support small businesses, according the 2013 Rogers Small Business Research Report. They shop at small businesses to support their local economy and 62% are proud to shop local. Statistical snapshot of Canadian consumers who shop most often […]
The Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) is recruiting Canadian entrepreneurs and business professionals to join their BDC ViewPoints panel. They’re seeking passionate contributors from across Canada to share expertise and opinions regarding the reality of small and medium-sized enterprises in today’s economic landscape.
The Bank of Montreal (BMO) released its Back-to-School Survey results last week, concluding spending will be up by 18.2% (totaling $428) in 2013 by comparison to 2012. Canadian parents will still be frugal, however, with 95% planning to limit spending on back-to-school items and 35% will have a firm budget. Quebec will spend the most […]
Google recently launched a Canadian version of its Think Insights portal for digital marketers and businesses in this country. The concept is built around targeted market insights, organization and inspiration. The portal compiles research, data, information, case studies, interviews, news, and tools for Canadian businesses and marketers. The US version has been around since 2011 […]
A whopping 89% of Canadian SmartPhone users have purchased something online in the past year, according to new research from Leger and SAS Institute. Merchants offering a personalized experience enjoy a much higher rate of sales and engagement. In fact, more than half of SmartPhone users regularly click on personalized ad’s compared to a third […]
French-speaking Canadians living in Quebec are overall less likely than other Canadians to participate in social media, according to a survey conducted by CEFRIO. It is probable that a lack of French content on social networks is to blame. This information can benefit Canadian businesses that include Quebec in their geographical target market.
Approximately 85% of adult (18+) Canadians are now online, making it a huge target market for brands and businesses. ExactTarget has released a report summarizing how online consumers in this country interact with brands online, based on a survey of 1382 Canadians. The Digital North report, resulting from research conducted in March, 2013, is part […]
The 2013 Bank of Montreal Father’s Day Survey and the Father’s Day Trend Survey conducted by Research Management Group for Walmart, focused on Father’s Day in Canada. The results are applicable to both online and offline retailers. The Father’s Day Trend Survey specifically included online shopping.
Statistics Canada has released its Digital Technology and Internet Use statistics for 2012. This is the first update of similar statistical data since 2007. The statistics are based on a sample of approximately 17,000 private Canadian enterprises of all sizes. The survey classifies business size as small (0-19 employees), medium (20-99 employees) and large (100+ […]