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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.
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Adam Hildreth, Crisp CEO & Founder highlights that as we have the need to vaccinate billions of people more urgent than ever, anti-vax disinformation is also becoming more organised than ever resulting in specific attacks against manufacturers.
Leeds-based Crisp has seen revenues from overseas clients hit over 95%, up from 80% in 2018 naming them Exporter of the Year in 2020's Yorkshire Post Excellence in Business Awards.
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Crisp's CEO & Founder, Adam Hildreth and Author, Rishad Tobaccawala discussed the unique challenges facing companies today, and ways in which smart communicators can harness technology to help them manage in that environment.
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