Media release
May 19, 2017

Isentia takes top honours at AMEC awards 2017

19th May 2017

Sydney, Australia – Media intelligence company Isentia has cemented its leadership position in research, measurement and insights by winning eight medals, including three gold wins, at this year’s AMEC International Communication Effectiveness Awards.

Isentia secured the coveted Communications Research and Measurement Company of the Year award for the third consecutive year, as well as wins in the Best Measurement of a Not-for-Profit Campaign and Most Impactful Client Recommendations Arising from a Measurement Study categories.

Khali Sakkas, CEO Research and Insights at Isentia, said the awards were recognition of Isentia’s market-leading work in providing critical and timely insight to clients.

“As competition in our industry continues to increase, these awards are a testament to Isentia’s unique approach to measurement, which blends technology and experience to find insights that truly matter to our clients.

“We’ve spent several years investing and innovating our technology, and we’re thrilled to see the hard work and passion of our people be recognised by our industry peers.”

The awards were presented overnight during a gala dinner at the AMEC Global Summit on Measurement in Bangkok, the key global conference addressing innovation in communications evaluation.

The AMEC Awards celebrates the exceptional work and accomplishments of research, measurement and analytics for businesses. With more than 43 AMEC wins between 2010 and 2017, Isentia is the most awarded media analysis and research company across 150 members represented in 86 countries.

The full list of 2017 AMEC Awards wins for Isentia include:

Best Measurement of a Consumer Campaign:
Silver – SM Supermalls (PH)
Bronze – DBS (SG)

Best use of integrated communication measurement/research
Silver – RUOK? (Aus)

Best Measurement of a not-for-profit campaign
Gold – White Ribbon Day (NZ)
Bronze – RUOK? (AUS)

Most innovative use of measurement in a digital campaign
Bronze – Harbour City (HK)

Most impactful client recommendations arising from a measurement study
Gold – New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZ)
Gold – White Ribbon Day (NZ)

AMEC Communications Research & Measurement Company of the Year 2017


For more information, please contact:


Michael Collins
Howorth, Ogilvy Public Relations Australia
+61 407 771 019


Jolanta Masojada
Investor Relations Adviser
+61 417 261 367


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