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iSentia wins at Global Communications Measurement Awards

iSentia scores five medals at Global Communications Measurement Awards

iSentia, the most awarded media evaluation company in the world since 2010, has reached new heights at this year’s International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communication Awards in Amsterdam, winning three gold medals and one silver for our insight reports across traditional and social media as well as the Young Professional of the Year Award for New Zealand-based Insight Specialist Ngaire Crawford.

The awards were presented during the Gala Dinner at the 6th International Summit on Measurement, the key global conference addressing innovation in communications evaluation. iSentia won awards in the following categories:

Best Use of Communication Management: Public Sector (Gold)
Most Innovative Use of Measurement in a Digital Campaign (two Gold)
Integrated Communication Measurement/Research (Silver)
Young Professional of the Year

iSentia CEO John Croll said, “Providing deeper insight to our clients through world-leading qualitative content analysis across both traditional and social media is one of the most important growth areas of our business, and I am delighted at the continuing recognition these Value Added Services are receiving internationally. It is a tribute to the highly skilled professionals in our Insights Team and I’d like to congratulate Ngaire Crawford for being named as Young Professional of the Year.”

Visit www.isentia.com

iSentia is the Asia-Pacific region’s leading business intelligence company, providing over 5,000 clients with media information, analysis and advice 24/7/365. iSentia has more than 1,200 employees across 15 countries filtering information from over 5,500 print, radio and television media outlets and over 250 million online conversations per month.

Our talented people, innovative search technology, comprehensive coverage and expert research provides the tools and insight to allow our clients to manage media relationships effectively, track and analyse issues of interest across all media, and discover and share valuable insights that drive smarter decisions.

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