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Which Aerospace companies dominated the Paris Air Show 2017?

Published the 05 July, 2017
Top aerospace companies at Paris Air Show 2017

The biennial Paris Air Show is one of the key events in the global aerospace calendar. It is one of the most prominent stages to showcase new technology to potential buyers in the corporate and military sector, as well as to impress the media and public. In the lead-up to the 2017 show, much of […]

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Which Sponsors of the Champions League achieved most visibility during the final?

Published the 08 June, 2017
Champions League sponsors visibility ranking

Sports sponsorship is big business and the Champions League final is the premier club competition in world football. There are currently eight official sponsors of the tournament, many of which are long-term partners, paying around £40M-£45M per year. As the tournament runs throughout the season, sponsors gain exposure over a significant period, with a cumulative […]

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Brexit fallout: Ranking the Tory leadership contenders

Published the 28 June, 2016

The political ramifications of the UK’s decision to vote out of the EU are still being felt, but the immediate outcome was the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron. With the UK entering a period of extreme uncertainty, there have been calls for a new leader to be elected quickly to help steady the economy and […]

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Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn – A justified coup?

Published the 28 June, 2016

The UK’s decision to leave the EU has seen huge implications for both of the main political parties. David Cameron’s resignation means the race is on for a new Conservative leader, but the Labour Party has also been thrown into chaos, with 20 of Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet resigning in an alleged “coup”. Corbyn has […]

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Brexit: Which politicians are performing best ahead of the EU Referendum?

Published the 22 June, 2016

The UK public go to the polls tomorrow to vote on whether they should remain in the EU or leave. The issue has been hotly debated in recent weeks, with numerous television debates and print campaigns. In order to get an insight into how the vote may go, we used our media measurement service to analyse […]

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Sugar reputational risks: alva speaks at Food and Drink Federation Health Briefing 2016

Published the 24 February, 2016

In February 2016 the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) invited alva to speak at their Health Briefing event. Sugar has increasingly dominated the conversation in the food and beverage industry and over the last few years alva has analysed millions of pieces of content related to this issue. The FDF asked Emma Ross, alva’s Practice […]

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Datablog: Super Bowl 50 – Battle of the Advertisers

Published the 08 February, 2016

Much of the build up to last Sunday’s Super Bowl focused on the advertisements and which company’s spot would prove most engaging for the record audience. The USA Today has already weighed in with its verdict on the best performers, with its nearly 20,000 preregistered panelists rating Hyundai and Kevin Hart’s ‘First Date’ effort as this […]

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Liz Kendall: Where she lost the Labour Leadership battle

Published the 14 September, 2015

alva Rank 4th The least visible of the four contenders, Liz Kendall found it difficult to communicate a clear point of differentiation on any one policy. As with Yvette Cooper and Andy Burnham, the Economy was a major point of weakness relative to Jeremy Corbyn, but it was interesting to note that Liz Kendall’s business […]

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Yvette Cooper: Where she lost the Labour Leadership battle

Published the 14 September, 2015

alva Rank 3rd Yvette Cooper was the only candidate to not top any one of the policy areas and for her the key issue was a lack of strong differentiation compared to Jeremy Corbyn and to a lesser extent Andy Burnham. This manifested itself in her receiving only 11% of the amount of coverage of […]

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Andy Burnham: Where he lost the Labour Leadership battle

Published the 14 September, 2015

alva Rank 2nd Andy Burnham managed to score strongly on Public Services, while he was able to differentiate himself positively on both Housing and Tax. However, the latter two issues were really footnotes in the debate, only generating between 5-6% of the content that Economy produced. The major area of weakness for Burnham was his […]

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