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Marketech APAC on May 27, 2021
Media intelligence and insights company Isentia has recently published a study noting the local status of courier players, and how their ups and downs can help them strive for local competition.
Marketech APAC on May 21, 2021
A new study from media monitoring and insights solution provider Isentia notes that Philippine retailers need to listen to the clamor of consumers regarding these essentials, especially through social media channels.
Radio New Zealand from Mediawatch on May 23, 2021
New research based on thousands of media reports about leaders and leadership in the past year shows what the media say about leaders and their leadership still seems to be critical to their popularity and their perceived trustworthiness and effectiveness.
Marketing Asia on May 15, 2021
Isentia has uncovered customer sentiments on social media and how these experiences from the services provided by Philippine ISPs, fold into every Filipino’s digital consumer journey.
B&T Magazine on May 12, 2021
An analysis of word usage in budget speeches over the past decade, revealing the most popular language and words used over time and in the 2021/22 Federal Budget.
Sport New Zealand on Apr 29, 2021
An in-depth research and analysis report from 40,000 media items into gender balance across sports media coverage in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Google Cloud on Apr 9, 2021
With Speech-to-Text, Isentia is delivering a range of AI- powered media intelligence products that enables clients to manage reputations and seize opportunities, while Google Workspace has enhanced collaboration and enabled the business to navigate the pandemic with minimal disruption to operations and client services.
Amazin Web Services on Apr 8, 2021
Isentia’s Chief Architect, Karl Platz, AWS’s Solutions Architect, Maria Sokolova and AWS’s Specialist Solutions Architect, Masudur Rahaman Sayem show us how Isentia keeps modernising their real-time media monitoring and intelligence platform.
Universities Australia on Mar 10, 2021
Isentia’s research shows the scale of the uni-led information blitz during the pandemic. The analysis, commissioned by Universities Australia and compiled by Isentia, highlights the ile that expert advice played in the contribution to better health outcomes.
The Phlippine Post on Feb 9, 2021
Data from media intelligence company Isentia shows that consumers are now looking for more meaningful interactions for deliveries, as the service tends to get monotonous and transactional.
The Manila Times on Jan 29, 2021
Isentia’s research reveals the top pharmaceutical brands receiving most attention in the lead up to the vaccine rollout in the Philippines.
Marketing Asia on Jan 28, 2021
An in-depth analysis of the pharmaceutical, healthcare and wellness industries in South East Asia during the COVID-19 pandemic with data from traditional and social media channels.
Vietnam Insider on Jan 27, 2021
Isentia explores relevant digital and social media analytics data across prominent Southeast Asian markets to uncover winning brands in the pharmaceutical industry.
Vietnam Insider on Jan 21, 2021
Isentia uncovers the media analytics data on the automotive industry and brands, obtained from social conversations and digital journalism coverage in the last quarter of 2020 to find key automotive brands.
Marketing Interactive on Jan 21, 2021
Isentia set out to discover the changing landscape in the automotive industry during COVID-19, uncovering automotive-related discussions in mainstream and social media across major Southeast Asian countries.
Marketing Asia on Jan 12, 2021
Isentia explores all mainstream media coverage and social media data around luxury brands across six markets in South East Asia between 1 October 2020 and 15 November 2020.
Marketing Interactive on Jan 12, 2021
Isentia explores all mainstream media coverage and social media data around luxury brands across six markets iN South East Asia between 1 October 2020 and 15 November 2020..
Marketing Interactive on Dec 9, 2020
Isentia explore the media coverage of the regional comprehensive economic partnership (RCEP), a monumental deal among 15 Asia Pacific countries.
The Queensland Times on Aug 11, 2020
New research from media intelligence company Isentia has found that while most Australians agree with wearing a mask there is a sizeable percentage that don’t, here is why.
News.com.au on July 22, 2020
A new study of more than 6,500 social media conversations by media intelligence company Isentia shows Australians are evenly split about how they will manage emotionally with a return to the workplace.