Nanos Research is one of North America’s premier research and strategy organizations. Since its founding in 1987, Nanos Research has helped corporations, government agencies and advocacy associations understand, chart and shape the public mood. Our reach is global and we apply the latest machine learning algorithms for exceptional insight. Today, Canada’s largest private broadcaster depends on Nanos Research as the official pollster of record for CTV News. Similarly, world-renowned Bloomberg News Service chose Nanos to conduct Bloomberg’s weekly Canadian consumer sentiment tracking, known as the Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index. The Nanos Group of Companies includes Signal Leadership Communication Inc. (SLC) and Nanos dimap analytika. SLC is a social public relations firm for executives and organizations with images to create, issues to manage, relationships to build, and reputations to protect in a digitally disrupted era. Nanos dimap analytika, is our international joint venture which houses our advanced targeting capabilities integrating behavioral and sentiment data.
Nanos believes in team and client collaboration driven by the desire for our clients to succeed. As a Nanos client you will get direct, action oriented, data driven advice. We understand that our research and advice shape markets and influence decision-makers. Because our insight and research are presented in news organizations like Bloomberg News, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, the BBC, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, The Globe and Mail and CTV News we understand the importance of the reliability and quality of our insight. The Nanos culture is about winning, quality of data, exceptional insight and a collaboratory partnership with our clients.
Part of the Nanos commitment is to be engaged and support good works projects. For example, the Chair of Nanos Research, Nik Nanos, conceived, founded and championed the G. Stuart Adam Graduate Award in Journalism at the Carleton University School of Journalism in Ottawa, Canada. It gives outstanding Master of Journalism students the means to go out into the field, across Canada or abroad, to produce their capstone Master’s Research Project. The firm also supports, through research, the Canadian Journalists for Free Expression which monitors, defends and reports on free expression and access to information in Canada and abroad.