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"16.02.2017 19:00:39" BroadMic "I want to make a company that works for women, and not just for women. Today, both men and women need the same thing, is they need to create less conflict between work and family." -- Stephanie Newby, founder of Golden Seeds and CEO of Crimson Hexagon. Great points from our CEO on the value of balance in the workplace for today's business culture.
"18.01.2017 14:32:47" We're going live with Chris Bingham, our CTO with the history of Artificial Intelligence and why it matters for Crimson in the coming years #ignite2017
"12.12.2016 15:40:54" crimsonhexagon.com What can you do with a trillion posts? | Crimson Hexagon This month, Crimson Hexagon's data archive will surpass a trillion posts. With access to so much data, there's essentially no limit to the types of questions you can answer. Whether you want to track a consumer trend as it emerges over time, identify the
"22.09.2016 20:06:28" Our new headquarters in Boston Check out our new space!
"20.09.2016 23:36:32" Facebook Live: Tour the new Crimson Hexagon HQ Facebook Live: Tour the new Crimson Hexagon HQ Join our CEO @[1565936377036297:274:Stephanie Newby] LIVE this Thursday at 4 p.m. ET to get a look inside our new Boston office. We're growing fast and can't wait to show you the new digs. RSVP to this event to receive a reminder before we go live.
"26.08.2016 13:27:10" diginomica.com Why your local Post Office has gone on social media Seeking to connect with a new generation of customers, the UK's Post Office uses social media to engage, respond and try out new ideas with its customers See how the UK's Post Office used Crimson Hexagon to connect with a new generation of customers, through analysing customer sentiment and reacting in real time: http://ow.ly/DfR5303th6M
"23.08.2016 20:38:34" Timeline Photos "It is estimated that 70% of internet users prefer engagement with marketing content as opposed to other traditional advertising techniques".
Join us and The Social Chain's CEO, Steve Barlett for our latest webinar: Social Analytics and Influencer
"18.08.2016 17:07:06" pages.crimsonhexagon.com Hilton Hotels tops the social conversation leaderboard amongst Europe's top five hotel chains Outlining use cases of social analytics for hotels, we analyze trends for amenities, demographics, and more in this hotel brand analysis for Europe. The quality of breakfast and inconvenient placement of plugs; two of the biggest drivers of social conversation amongst Europe's top five hotel chains.
Our latest travel and leisure report reveals all: http://ow.ly/Lq1B303fGX5
"16.08.2016 18:50:54" Timeline Photos "With 78% of conversation on hotels involving people seeking or giving feedback, hospitality brands can no longer rely on the long-standing reputation of their brand."
Our latest travel and leisure report in @Econsultancy's stats of the week:
"22.07.2016 17:50:34" youtube.com #WeAreBloodwise and we're here to beat all blood cancers Join our blood cancer awareness campaign at http://bloodwise.org.uk Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research have a new name: Bloodwise. Because we represent all blood ... We're always inspired by the work of Bloodwise.
Find out how they use our platform to build successful campaigns and raise awareness for such an important cause. http://ow.ly/4a753024VCO
"19.07.2016 11:37:22" Timeline Photos Missed out on our #CannesLions live sessions with O2, The United Nations and The Social Chain?
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"14.07.2016 10:12:35" Timeline Photos We analysed social media conversations during #CannesLions to understand what creatives most cared about.
Would you have guessed that parties were the most talked about topic?? http://ow.ly/BS8830252de #infographic
"11.07.2016 19:14:01" Timeline Photos Since rebranding, Bloodwise – formerly known as Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research – has made huge strides in successfully promoting its cause.
Find out why social data (and a brand new image) has helped turned the charity around in this Econsultancy Q&A: