Crisp and its CEO and founder joins the PRWeek Dashboard 25: Class of 2021
Adam Hildreth has been included in PRWeek’s prestigious Dashboard 25: Class of 2021
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.
Launched in 2020, PRWeek’s Dashboard 25 is the definitive annual list of the primary innovators in the comms tech space. It celebrates visionaries and risk-takers driving the PR industry forward, from media monitoring services, newswires, private equity, social media management, in-house client teams and PR agencies.
Discussing the importance of the comms tech industry, Editorial Director of PRWeek, Steve Barrett said, “Agile communications is pivotal for brands and corporations to prosper in these unprecedented times and those teams utilizing communications technology to the maximum tend to be more agile. It is an absolutely crucial part of modern PR and communication.”
According to Rishad Tobaccowala, former Chief Growth Officer at Publicis Groupe and Author of Restoring the Soul of Business: Staying Human in the Age of Data, “No other CEO is advocating for the technology needs of today's communicators like Adam. At a time when CCOs are gaining greater responsibility for anticipating risks to the bottom line, Adam is writing the future for communications technology and giving CCOs an early-warning advantage over groups and individuals intent on doing harm to their brands, people and assets."
Founded in the UK in 2005, Crisp analyzes millions of digital conversations in real-time, revealing the hidden relationships between individuals and their groups in order to predict customer impacts as early as possible, and guaranteeing its customers are always first to know and first to act.
Along with protecting more than $6.5 trillion of combined market capitalization for its customers, its efforts contribute to the safe, daily online experiences of more than two billion users, covering an estimated 450 million children.