In early 2016, the Oldman Watershed Council in southern Alberta awarded Wolfe & Associates a contract for a multi-phase research and consulting project aimed at identifying indicators and metrics for assessing social outcomes. (learn more)
In the summer of 2014, the Calgary Regional Partnership embarked on a quest to better understand challenges and opportunities related to the marketing of region internationally. After winning its part of the original RFP, Wolfe & Associates was asked to refine their approach by first tackling a key "health of the region" question, viz. to what extent do the region's municipalities outside of Calgary identify with the CRP itself? (learn more)
In 2012, Deloitte's energy practice group in Canada approached Wolfe & Associates with a challenge: to take to the next level a Point of View (POV) project it had launched the year before (learn more).
Wolfe & Associates was retained in 2009 by the Olds Institute in Olds, Alberta to draft a high-level strategy for driving community awareness and uptake of its broadband network project (O-NET). Delivered was the now-famous "white paper" that remains a core guiding document for Olds and other communities in Alberta considering or in the midst of developing their own advanced network infrastructures (learn more).
Mark Wolfe was recruited by Shell in 1991 to design, launch and then editorially manage production for what at the time was the world's first corporate newspaper. Leveraging pioneering work he'd done in helping create Canada's first accredited electronic publishing teaching program, Mark also designed and managed the first electronic file transfer system for the bilingual newspaper, and later was its editor in chief – a set of accomplishment that set the bar for subsequent roles as copyeditor at The Calgary Herald and then as Editor in Chief of Alberta Oil magazine.