Promotions as Delvinia grows its leadership team

Delvinia stays on top of growing business by bolstering leadership team with four internal promotions (and way more office space).

As it readies itself for future growth, Delvinia has strengthened its leadership team by promoting four internal staff.

The Toronto-based digital strategy firm is known for collecting customer intelligence using its AskingCanadians and AskingAmericans online research communities. Delvinia created AskingCanadians, which includes a proprietary research community of more than 250,000 Canadians, to conduct online and mobile research studies.

(l-r) Raj Manocha, Roy Gonsalves, Angela Lau and Rosalina Lin-Allen

Raj Manocha has been named senior vice-president of the AskingCanadians business unit. Manocha joined the unit in 2011 as director of sales.

Roy Gonsalves, previously director of sales, has been promoted to vice-president of sales for AskingCanadians.

Angela Lau, who has been with Delvinia since 2011, has been appointed director of operations and will lead operations for the data collection business.

And to move Delvinia’s digital consulting practice forward, Rosalina Lin-Allen is now senior vice-president, digital consulting.

The promotions of the senior staff members have been announced as the company continues its growth trajectory; Delvinia saw a 40% increase in Q1 revenues for 2014 compared to the same period last year.

To help keep up with its growth, the company has also substantially increased its office space in Toronto. It has added 50 new desks to the space, more than doubling its capacity.

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