Salience Insight has achieved more shortlisted entries for the AMEC Awards 2014, generally regarded as the industry’s ‘Oscars’, than any other global media measurement company.
Announcing the international shortlist today, AMEC (International Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communication) said that Salience Insight has been shortlisted for no fewer than eight categories, including five for Salience MENA, as follows:
Best Use of Measurement for a Single Event – International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Best Use of Social Media Measurement – National Wildlife Federation
Best Use of Communication Management: Not-for-Profit – National Wildlife Federation
Best Use of Communication Management: Business-to-Consumer – Jaguar Land Rover MENA
Keep it Simple – Jaguar Land Rover MENA
Best Use of Measurement for a Single Event – Jaguar Land Rover MENA
Young Professional of the Year – Muna Odeh
True Young Professional of the Year – Mounir El Agouz
Salience Insight CEO Giselle Bodie said: “This is a tremendous achievement in the face of stiff global competition and reflects a great, all-round effort by the Salience group of companies. We hope we can go on from here to secure a number of these highly prestigious awards in June.”
AMEC confirmed that Young Professional of the Year continues to be one of the most fiercely contested categories. The shortlist of six includes two nominees from Salience MENA.
Barry Leggetter, CEO of AMEC, said: “We had a record number of entries this year. What is encouraging is that they include companies entering for the first time, as well as members with a big history for Award wins!”
The full shortlist is on http://amecorg.com/amec-awards-2014-shortlist/