Davos 2019: AI and global growth on CEOs’ minds

In the beginning of every year, the media shines its spotlight on the Swiss Alpine town of Davos, where political and business leaders from around the world gather to chew over the issues of the day. Interestingly, the conversation around this January’s World Economic Forum meeting focused not only on the attendees but also on … Continue reading “Davos 2019: AI and global growth on CEOs’ minds”

CES 2019: Who won tech’s biggest race for media attention

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the biggest treat for communications professionals in the technology industry. The show provides a platform for companies of all sizes to build their brands by exhibiting, speaking, sponsoring, attending or holding co-located events and business meetings. The attendance audit numbers of this January’s CES are coming in the … Continue reading “CES 2019: Who won tech’s biggest race for media attention”

Fast Food in the Media: The Rise of the Health-Conscious Consumer

As consumers become increasingly health-conscious, fast food brands are launching new products and drafting health-related communications strategies. Because they are entering a public discourse inherently hostile to their industry, they should get prepared by analysing the debate through sophisticated media analytics and measurement. In this blog post, we discuss the central topics in the fast … Continue reading “Fast Food in the Media: The Rise of the Health-Conscious Consumer”

Dietary Supplements: Building Healthier Brand Awareness

As a result of extensive communications campaigns by pharma companies, consumer awareness about health issues is on the rise, contributing to the growth of the supplements market. However, the promotional efforts in this area revolve around particular ingredients rather than brands, which leads to a general lack of brand awareness. To resolve this issue, companies … Continue reading “Dietary Supplements: Building Healthier Brand Awareness”

Trends in Healthcare Comms: An Interview with John Gisborne of FleishmanHillard Fishburn

John, could you please give us an introduction to your current role, as well as a bit about your background?   I currently oversee the European healthcare function at FleishmanHillard, we are a global communications firm of 3,000 people worldwide. Healthcare is one of our most important sectors. I started my career as a biochemist, … Continue reading “Trends in Healthcare Comms: An Interview with John Gisborne of FleishmanHillard Fishburn”

Trends in Telco PR: 5G in the Media

Telecommunications companies aiming to leverage 5G are currently in the process of positioning themselves as the top players in the new field. Their PR priority is to be perceived as first-movers, innovators, critical for digital transformation and fundamental for IoT projects. This can be achieved by designing a data-driven communications strategy. Utilising our media analytics … Continue reading “Trends in Telco PR: 5G in the Media”

Meat Alternatives: Cooking Up a Market Disruption

The meat substitutes market is gaining momentum, driven by lively debates in the media, and many big food companies want to take a bite. Analysing the media coverage, we found that the most widely discussed topics are ethics and animal rights, research, regulation and policy, health aspects, environmental issues, product development and business models. In … Continue reading “Meat Alternatives: Cooking Up a Market Disruption”

PR Measurement in Pharma: The Key to Effective Communication Strategies

In the dawn of AMEC’s Measurement Month, a global programme of activities shining the spotlight on the importance of PR measurement, we thought we could highlight the immense value of PR measurement by surveying its applications in an industry suffering from a growing trust problem – pharma. The reputation of pharmaceutical companies depends on the … Continue reading “PR Measurement in Pharma: The Key to Effective Communication Strategies”

Cannabis-Infused Drinks: Exploring the New Beverage Trend

As the global soft-drink and alcohol consumption slows down, a growing number of companies think of cannabis beverages as a new growth vector. However, marketing cannabis-infused products could bring some reputational risks. An effective PR campaign can’t afford to ignore influencers with a well-established authority on this controversial subject. Using our media analytics tools, we … Continue reading “Cannabis-Infused Drinks: Exploring the New Beverage Trend”