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Newsletter: June 2020                                                            

Our regular e-newsletter is a great way to stay in touch with our work and all the latest developments in media intelligence, libraries, archives and museums, digital convergence, custom software & hardware, and research & development. 
"The need of identifying automated content will become pressing"
Twingly interview with Tom Avramis, co-founder and Managing Partner of DataScouting

Hi Tom, what is your background and what is included in your current role at DataScouting?

I have worked as a programmer and project manager for over 15 years on various projects and for the last 10 years on media monitoring software. At that point, I decided to found DataScouting with my partner to promote our software to a broader part of the market. Currently, I am the Managing Partner of DataScouting and I overlook most operations in the company, but my passion is to advance our research division to utilize cutting edge technologies in our software solutions.

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Post COVID-19 flexible possibilities 
by Tom Avramis, DataScouting Managing Director

During the lockdown, we at DataScouting switched to remote working (for which I wrote an article for our company blog), I read a lot of blog posts about how companies transitioned to remote working, or what solutions to use for a successful digital transformation. What intrigued me was what will happen since currently lockdowns are being lifted – are companies going to embrace flexible working in post COVID-19?

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"The coronavirus has not really disrupted the media monitoring industry"
An interview with Dominique Baldassare, Head of International Business Management at Argus Data Insights Deutschland GmbH

In this interview with Dominique Baldassare, Head of International Business Management at Argus Data Insights Deutschland GmbH, we are discussing the impact of COVID-19 on the media monitoring industry, the obstacles faced during lock-down, impact on services and products, changes in media consumption and how technology can help ensure full remote operation.

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Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference 2020

On May 11 we attended the Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference 2020. This year’s theme was “Let’s make AI work for your business”.

This year, the Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference was held as a virtual event. It attracted more than 2300 participants from 77 countries from all over the world. The agenda this year included use cases of Artificial Intelligence for businesses, deep-dive workshops video conferences in small groups, and keynotes from distinguished speakers.

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FIBEP Grab-a-bite: Information Technology and Emergency Management

The FIBEP Grab-a-bite about Information Technology and Emergency Management took place on the 10th of June at 2pm CEST and it was moderated by Sophia Karakeva, CMO at DataScouting and FIBEP Vice President. 

Grab-a-Bite is a new format of online meetings intended for FIBEP members. The new FIBEP concept has been designed to bring the entire FIBEP community together and enable sharing experience in these uneasy times. The coronavirus has decided to put us all into unprecedented situations and has prevented us from meeting in person. Grab-a-Bite is part of FIBEPShares initiative and helps bridge the gap during these difficult times.

The fourth Grab-a-Bite was dedicate to Information Technology and Emergency Management and was moderated by Sophia Karakeva, Communications and Marketing Executive at DataScouting and FIBEP Vice President. The event attracted 10 people from different continents. We were happy to see members from across Europe, Canada, India and South Africa.

Read about the Key Takeways, and the next #FIBEPGrababite, focused on Value Selling in Our Industry: How and Why on July 15th at 2pm CEST and moderated by Thomas Vejlemand, CEO of Infomedia and FIBEP Vice President.

AMEC Awards 2020
Shortlisted for Young Professional of the Year

The AMEC Awards 2020 shortlist has been announced, and we are proud to announce that our Chief Information Officer, Stavros Doropoulos, has been shortlisted.

Specifically, Stavros has been shortlisted for the Young Professional of the Year special award. This award recognizes the excellent work of young professionals in all areas of communication measurement who make a valuable contribution to the companies that they work for by providing excellent client services and by developing and driving business. Additionally, these individuals should show considerable promise as future leaders of the industry.Stavros Doropoulos, CIO, DataScouting at the IBC Show in Amsterdam, September 2019

The nomination of Stavros reflects the immense value that he brings to DataScouting with his dedication and passion for technology, enabling us to become more agile, streamlined and flexible. He serves as a role model for others in our team, personally and professionally. His ethics and high moral standards have made him highly respected among clients and partners, while he is well accepted by industry experts and professionals.

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