weSolve was contracted by a top European-based Oil and Gas company to provide a thematic public affairs campaign in a desolate, hostile environment, dominated by tribal and al Qaeda influences. We used data science and analytics via our Arctivate model to begin to analyze the offline and online information environment and identify gaps in local information consumption that would stand as obstacles to our client getting their messages across. We also sought out and engaged the best talent among local civil society figures for subsequent employment using our Emerging Voice Aggregator. Instead of the Madison Ave PR approach we utilized young, agile social media experts, back in the United States, to engage civil society actors on the ground in Salah ad Din province using our Engagement Dashboard.
Chris Kent is a proven dynamic and motivated leader with over 10 years’ experience in the corporate security […]
After his retirement from the military, Ed O’Connell was hired as a Senior Analyst at the RAND Corporation […]