Ramage Zaki, a fourth year student with Ryerson University’s Graphic Communications Management program in Toronto, is the 2015/2016 recipient of the Delvinia Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award.
Delvinia is described as a digital innovation company offering a range of services and products to help marketers and researchers transform their organizations. Founded in 1998 by Adam Froman, Delvinia owns and operates a portfolio of digital businesses, including: Delvinia Consulting Group; AskingCanadians and AskingAmericans (data collection businesses); and Methodify, designed to provide marketers with customer insights through an online platform.
Froman created the awards to provide guidance and support to students pursuing an entrepreneurial path in the digital sector, explaining the Delvinia Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award is for digital entrepreneurs who push boundaries, aim high and take big risks.
In presenting the Award to Zaki, Delvinia explained: “Ramage’s dream is to reach many and add value to what they see through digital innovations. She understands how advances in digital technology can aid the persistent efforts of entrepreneurs to stay three steps ahead of the competition.
“Upon graduation Ramage wants to help startups gain valuable market insight into customer’s demand through the establishment of branding and marketing strategies, in addition to website and mobile application development. Ramage could see herself working on this independently or in collaboration with the Zones at Ryerson.”
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