DINKs (Dual Income No Kids) are culturally diverse, affluent singles or couples with no children. They have high disposable incomes with few financial burdens, allowing them to spend a high proportion of their income on consumer goods and luxury products.
Highly educated, this group has white collar occupations in business, finance and administration, as well as the sciences, education, law, government, arts & culture, recreation and sport.
DINKs fly with Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport for personal vacations.
DINKs pass through the Skywalk entrance on their way to the Roger's Centre and other attractions in downtown Toronto.
DINKs live and work in the area and frequent the 500 bars and restaurants within walking distance.
DINKs have a high disposable income and shop in destination malls like CF Toronto Eaton Centre.
DINKs live in the area and shop at retailers in Woodbine Mall.
DINKs have high disposable incomes and shop for luxury and contemporary brands at Yorkville Village. They also enjoy the high-end amenities and eateries like Whole Foods and the "ultra-luxe" Equinox fitness club and spa.
DINKs in Montreal have high disposable incomes and shop at exclusive retailers found in destination malls like CF Carrefour Laval.
DINKS in Montreal shop at retailers in CF Galeries D'Anjou.
DINKS in Montreal shop at retailers in CF Promenades St. Bruno.
DINKs drive, walk and commute to work or a night out in downtown Ottawa.
DINKs drive, walk and commute to work or for a night out in downtown Edmonton.
DINKs in Calgary shop at high end retailers in CF Chinook Centre.
DINKs in Calgary shop at retailers in CF Market Mall.
DINKs in Winnipeg shop at retailers in CF Polo Park Mall.