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August 25, 2021

Isentia PH TRENDSPOTTING REPORT – Hitting the Mark: The 2020 Tokyo Olympics

This report will provide readers an understanding of the trending topics relating to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, mainly in the Philippines. Isentia’s award-winning Insights will delve into the top conversations, highly engaged posts, most mentioned athletes, sports events, and common themes, among others.

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