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Mary Elizabeth Germaine is EVP and Managing Director of Ketchum Analytics. Ketchum Analytics is one of the largest research groups embedded within a major communications agency and has been a pioneer in the field of communications research and analytics for over 20 years. Its work has won a number of industry awards, including the Holmes Report’s 2017 Diamond SABRE Award for Measurement and Evaluation and the International Communications Consultancy Organization’s 2017 Best Global Healthcare Program. Ketchum Analytics partnered with september Strategie & Forschung, a research and consulting company based in Germany, to launch Ketchum Unfiltered, an advanced biometric testing-based product.

Efficient Data > Easy Data

by Mary Elizabeth Germaine | December 4, 2018

“Data” has become a word seen in nearly every article, headline, RFP, proposal, and trends piece. The good news, more people are talking about it! The bad news, people are also becoming complacent, lazy- and even worse—are beginning to roll their eyes. Data collection, analysis and measurement is essential across all industries and, when used […]

Harnessing the Power of Biometrics in Communications

by Mary Elizabeth Germaine | July 27, 2018

Biometrics are the unique physical, psychological and behavioral characteristics of a person—including fingerprints, retinal patterns and even the way one types. Used for identity verification for everything from banking and unlocking phones to tracking fitness, biometric technology is even changing the way we travel—JetBlue was the first U.S. carrier to use facial recognition to board […]

How AI Can Help Us Be Better Communicators

by Mary Elizabeth Germaine | July 10, 2018

In today’s society the reality is that, unless you are living under a rock, you are confronted by new AI technologies day in and day out. In just the past week, I saw stories ranging from a new AI-enabled litter box that provides health updates based on what our furry friends leave in the box, […]