2021 Analyst Value Survey shows analysts’ growing value (4 updates)

Looking at early data from the 2021 Analyst Value Survey, last year’s changes in analyst use are deepening. I gave a run-through of the Q1 findings to a group of survey

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Eleven early nominees announced for 2021 Analyst Firm Awards

Eleven lucky analyst firms can make space on the shelf. Although the Analyst Value Survey remains open, our analysis of hundreds of early responses to the 2021 study highlights 11

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How to use the nine basic stances of analyst relations

There are nine basic stances of analyst relations programmes, reflecting how far companies make two choices: first, whether they drive analysts perceptions of their firms as innovators that transform their

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Registration open for CCgroup analyst relations webinar series

I’m hosting a series of CCgroup webinars on a range of topics for professionals in the analyst relations community. I am delighted to offer you the chance to sign up for the webinars you feel will be most beneficial to your professional development, and to

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Gartner, Forrester, IDC & 451 won the most 2020 Analyst Firm Awards

The announcement of the 2021 Analyst Firm Awards got our friend Yulis in Singapore wondering about one choice we made about the 2020 Analyst Firm Awards: why didn’t we publish

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2021 Analyst Firm Awards to be announced

The initial results have been processed from the Analyst Value Survey, and below is the schedule for the 2021 Analyst Firm Awards, which are based upon them. The Analyst Firm

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Leslie Ament: What analysts want from AR

Leslie Ament, Chief Research Officer and Principal Analyst at Hypatia Research, has been a frequent participant in the Analyst Attitude Survey over the years. it sparked her to write this

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Webinar: Prioritize analysts better, or waste your AR effort

Most analyst relations effort is wasted because of the failure to prioritize analysts. AR effort isn’t allocated in line with analysts’ true importance to the specific goals of the AR

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