Articles Tagged ‘EY’

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Trust and design go hand-in-glove

EY Design Studio’s Stephen Megitt on which digital elements are more vital than ever (and others that can go to the next level).

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Many Canadians plan to switch finance firms

A survey shows more digital options have empowered consumers to shop around for options that meet their needs.

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Marketers look ahead to ‘legalization 2.0′

With new regulations on the horizon, how can brands win over millions of consumers who are thinking about entering the category?

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Canadian firms making more strategic divestments

A recent global survey by EY reveals that nearly half of Canadian companies plan to divest in the next twelve months.

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What will the cannabis market look like in 2025?

An analysis by EY shows that one in the five Canadians will use the product, spending an average of $1,652 annually.

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Majority of Canadian firms have no data protection plan

A new report by EY suggests companies may be ill-prepared, as new regulations bring increased focus on cybersecurity.

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Back-to-school shopping to increase by 4% this year

However, consultancy EY suggests retailers will need to adapt to shifting consumer expectations to reap the benefits.

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EY opens digital hub in Halifax

The consultancy’s first Centre of Excellence in Canada will focus on providing robotic process automation services for businesses.

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Canadian Blood Services debuts a chatbot

The organization finds a new way to get info about the importance of blood donation out to a younger audience.

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Fast Facts: Analytics rarely central for Canadian firms

New survey of large-scale businesses finds pain points for integration and how leaders use their data.

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How a Montreal fintech hub would benefit banks

A new report from EY suggests a few steps could turn the city into one of the sector’s biggest players.