Fullintel is proud to announce that we’ve been shortlisted for a 2020 AMEC Award for best crisis comms measurement and reporting.
Fullintel engaged its 24/7/365 crisis monitoring offering to assist a major (unnamed) public company with monitoring and reporting on a major, high-profile crisis in 2019 that – despite the company doing nothing wrong – generated a high level of media attention and public interest. Thanks to Fullintel’s near real-time media intelligence, daily briefings, and breaking news alerts, the client successfully alleviated significant negative fallout over the incident – keeping negative media and social media commentary at or below its initial goal of five percent.
“The AMEC Awards are an industry benchmark and we’re thrilled to have been shortlisted for the best crisis comms measurement and reporting award,” said Fullintel President Andrew Koeck. “It’s another strong indicator of the value of Fullintel’s human-curated media monitoring and intelligence services for organizations who need accurate, relevant insights and information.”
The AMEC Awards, administered by the International Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC), is a global awards program for communications measurement. The awards aim to recognize and celebrate exceptional work while showcasing the importance of research, measurement, insights, and analytics.
Although awards are typically handed out at the 2020 AMEC Global Summit and AMEC Awards Ceremony (originally scheduled for June 2 to 4 in Vienna, Austria), this year’s event will for the first time ever be conducted virtually during the week of July 6.
AMEC currently has more than 160 members in 86 countries worldwide.
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