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WELLINGTON, Monday: Media intelligence insights provider Isentia, which bills itself as “APAC-based”, has been recognised as a global leader in comms research, winning five awards at the 2020 AMEC Communication Effectiveness Awards in the UK.

These awards celebrate exceptional work and accomplishments of research, measurement and analytics for businesses and government communications campaigns.

For the sixth consecutive year, Isentia has picked up awards for work with clients across Asia-Pacific, including:

  • Gold in Best Crisis Reporting
  • Gold in Small Budget Evaluation for Stop Illegal Wildlife Trade
  • Gold in Most impactful client recommendations
  • Gold in Best first step on a measurement journey
  • Silver in Most effective planning, research and evaluation in consumer communications in the Philippines.

“Measurement and evaluation are at the core of everything we do.”

Isentia’s Wellington-based AUNZ insights director Ngaire Crawford said this years’ awards show the depth and breadth of Isentia’s capabilities in communications research.

“Measurement and evaluation are at the core of everything we do and it’s so rewarding to see our work continue to be globally recognised by an organisation of the calibre of AMEC, as it has for more than a decade.”

Isentia’s Sydney-based ceo Ed Harrison said: “Our media insights and research capability remains core to our strategy of delivering world-class, market-centric products and innovative technologies to our clients.”

AMEC (International Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communications) is a world-leading media intelligence & insights professional organisation.

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