We worked 2 years behind the scenes on this! Now we launch the new, disruptive tool Monitio that reinvents media monitoring, translation and assisted fact-checking through AI technologies. We are so excited to launch Monitio as a first step in the European markets of Spain, Portugal, the UK, and Germany – in the pictures showcased at Monitio User Day in Madrid last week.
In the Monitio project, Scandinavian Communications is part of a pan-European Consortium collaboration with frontrunner tech-company Priberam, the international public broadcaster Deutsche Welle and the University of Cambridge. We have received EU funding for the development of the core technologies and readiness for commercial launch in the programme “Fast Track to Innovation” under Horizon 2020 – which aims to reduce the time from idea to market.
Monitio is the first tool on the market to monitor media from countries worldwide in real-time AND simultaneously translate the content from the original language into English, Spanish, Portuguese, or German – also in real-time. Also, Monitio has assisted fact-checking newer seen before in the market of media monitoring. Monitio automatically structures thousands of articles into thematic clusters, so users get an overview of how media content relates to specific topics, persons, companies etc. This gives much deeper insights into your industry, markets, and competitors.
Learn more at Monitio.com
Congratulations to Public Relation Global Network’s newly elected officers who were announced at the Network’s recent bi-annual member conference! Treasurer Brad Kostka, president of Roop & Co. in Cleveland, Ohio, and Secretary Frédéric François, managing partner of Two cents Agency in Brussels, Belgium.
Scandinavian Communications is a longtime member of the Public Relations Global Network offering a single point of contact to the Scandinavian markets of Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
Please reach out to our founder Christina Rytter at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about how we can leverage your business in Scandinavia
Scandinavian Communications are excited to welcome our new Finnish partner agency Ellun Kanat to the Public Relations Global Network.
Partner Ville Tuominen from Ellun Kanat and our Founder Christina Rytter meet in person last week together with 43 of our 55 agency partners from around the globe at the Public Relations Global Network conference in Budapest.
Welcome to our recently elected president of the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) Andy See, principal partner and managing director of Perspective Strategies – Scandinavian Communications partner agency in Malaysia.
“It is exciting to work together with PRGN members around the world as we are a community of PR and strategic communications professionals who drive innovation and push for the highest global standards in our local practice,” said Andy See. “Indeed, I am honored to be the first Asian and Malaysian to be entrusted with the responsibility to step up in this global leadership role. It will certainly be a learning and enriching experience for my team and I as we explore opportunities to share expertise, experience and perspectives amongst our peers,” he added.
As the 32nd president of PRGN, Andy See Teong Leng will lead PRGN’s worldwide network of 55 independently owned firms. He succeeds former president David Fuscus, president and CEO of Xenophon Strategies – Scandinavian Communications partner agency in Washington, D.C.
Read more at PRGN’s website