GlobalWebIndex adds four new partners in international expansion drive

GlobalWebIndex, a leading supplier of audience insights to the global marketing industry, has added four new partners to support corporate growth and client needs in key regions. Partners will provide regional support to customers and prospects looking to leverage GlobalWebIndex’s data.

GlobalWebIndex’s clients in Greece, Egypt, Morocco, Romania, South Africa, Italy, Brazil and the UAE now have the ability to engage locally with fully trained and enabled representatives of the platform via agency partners: Tailwind, YouKnow, The Fool and Wild Tiger Marketing. Prospective clients can engage directly with these local representatives, allowing for faster service and regionally-informed guidance for research and campaign development.

 Tom Smith, Founder and CEO of GlobalWebIndex, said of the move: “Bringing these four partners on board is an instrumental step in allowing GlobalWebIndex to continue making strides in market expansion. We believe in the value of harnessing a deep understanding of niche audiences anywhere in the world to inform targeted campaigns, and our partners enable our clients to do this with local access and expertise.”

Sebastian Hedencrona, Chief Revenue Officer of GlobalWebIndex, commented: “Working with partners was a natural next step for us to bring leading audience data to local markets.

“Our unique insight into both global and local audiences bridges an essential gap for businesses of every shape and size, and it’s generating demand from all corners of the world. Our partners are a crucial component for us to serve these needs at a local level.”

GlobalWebIndex provides audience insight across 46 countries. The company runs a global survey representing more than 2 billion connected consumers, which it leverages to create over 40,000 data points on the behaviors and perceptions of internet users around the world. Clients include Twitter, Google, Spotify, WPP, IPG and Omnicom Group.

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Michael Feeley
Michael Feeley
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