Isentia, the most awarded media evaluation company in the world this decade, has won the highest accolade at this year’s International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC) Awards in Stockholm, being named Communications Research and Measurement Company of the Year, as well as adding another two awards to our tally of over 20 since 2010.
The awards were presented during the Gala Dinner at the Seventh International Summit on Measurement, the key global conference addressing innovation in communications evaluation.
Isentia won the following categories:
- Communications Research and Measurement Company of the Year
- Gold medal for Best Measurement of a Public Sector Campaign - for our report for the New Zealand Electoral Commission analysing coverage from the 2014 General Election
- Ho Chi Minh City-based Media Insights Consultant Ngo Thi Khang won Young Professional of the Year.
As well as another three Silver awards and three Bronze awards for a total of nine altogether, a new record!
Isentia MD & CEO John Croll said, “Being awarded Communications Research and Measurement Company of the Year on the first anniversary of our listing as a public company is not just a tribute to our recent efforts in providing deeper insight to our clients. It is a tribute to the hard work and intelligence of many, many media analysts over more than a decade of building our insight services from the ground up, along with the product development that has gone into our analytics services and the dedication of our client service teams to provide the right media intelligence solutions to our clients. I am thrilled that the innovation and hard work of so many great people in our organisation has been acknowledged with this award.”
“I am also thrilled that one of our team has yet again won Young Professional of the Year. Congratulations to Ngo Thi Khang, who has been with us right from the start of our team in Vietnam and has done much to build the importance of media insight in that market. This again reinforces that having the best people is key to building a successful insights business.”