Learn who won the maximum media coverage at the BIO International Convention- 2016 with FullIntel’s comprehensive media impact report
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Learn who won the maximum media coverage at the BIO International Convention- 2016 with
FullIntel’s comprehensive media impact report
[August 8, 2016,Concord, MA]- Business intelligence and Media monitoring services
company, FullIntel has released a media impact report for the 2016 BIO International Convention.
The report includes analysis of more than 43 million online impressions collected from various
sources, including news reports, expert insights, and social media content - all handpicked and
curated by FullIntel’s analysts.
“This year’s BIO International Convention was a tremendous success, and together we challenged
ourselves to imagine a better world for patients, for the environment and the society. We were
thrilled to be back in San Francisco with industry, government and academia from across the globe
to pursue biotechnology’s potential to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems.” said
Jim Greenwood, the BIO President & CEO in a press release.
A total of 1,720 exhibitors and more than 15,000 attendees participated this year. FullIntel’s human
analysts have covered around 800 stories and scanned more than 900,000 Twitter accounts to study
the complete media impact of this convention.
The report highlights the Top 5 companies that had the highest media coverage around their news
stories, information about top journalists covering the events, and impact of major news
announcements. “We’ve highlighted the top quotes by the industry leaders that have created
maximum impact, and included information about the prominent media outlets that covered BIO
Convention,” adds Andrew Koeck, president & co-founder at FullIntel.
It also includes a detailed sentiment analysis of the stories about the Convention. ‘Human analysis
ensures that contextual understanding and the tone (of the content) are not missed, thereby
positively impacting the accuracy of the report,” he adds.
FullIntel is a business intelligence services company offering relevant news and business
information handpicked by human analysts and delivered to industry professionals via email,
mobile, and web. FullIntel’s services include, reputation monitoring, event monitoring, influencer
research, and coverage analysis.
To know more, visit, http://www.fullintel.com/