Insights from the Tech Nation Report 2021 reveal a number of successes the UK can celebrate, including world-leading growth in deep tech investment at 17%, while North America and Asia both experienced falling rates between 2019 and 2020.
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Crisp are listed in the 100 MediaTech Innovators ranking which acknowledges the UK companies which are creating technology to transform production and delivery of media and the arts.
Silvia Taylor, SVP of corporate affairs at Novavax, and Adam Hildreth, founder/CEO of Crisp, talk about the reputation issues facing the pharmaceutical industry.
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Adam Hildreth, CEO and Founder of Crisp, has been included in PRWeek’s prestigious Dashboard 25: Class of 2021, which names the most influential people within the communications technology industry. The global list represents the key influencers shaping this growing sector across the tech vendor, agency and client fronts.
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Early-warning risk intelligence provider Crisp has appointed Kevin Fletcher as its new chief data officer.
One of Yorkshire’s leading tech firms is pioneering a new business model which it hopes will be able to dramatically stem the spread of misinformation and harmful behaviour on the internet.
Following a year of rapid growth and expansion, Crisp has engaged Richard Pasewark, who served as CRO of Brandwatch, to grow the commercial function and build relationships with key prospects, especially its expanding roster of Fortune 500 brands.
A study conducted by early warning risk intelligence company Crisp shows anti-vaxxers are strategically spreading disinformation about COVID-19 vaccines, specifically by attacking pharmaceutical brands.
Leeds-based Crisp, the leading provider of early-warning risk intelligence, has announced the appointment of Kevin Fletcher as its new Chief Data Officer. Previously the Chief Data Officer at HMRC, the appointment of Fletcher follows a year of strong growth and continued expansion for Crisp in international markets.
Crisp has grown its headcount to 194, with 56 jobs being created since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in March, in response to increased global demand for its services.
Yorkshire and Humber’s tech scene could be the key to rebooting the economy after it reported its strongest year yet in 2020 with digital tech businesses across the region raising a total of £159m in investment.
Crisp has been named as one of the established leaders in the UK Tech Cluster Group Yorkshire & Humber report