Our expertise in tracking activist campaigns across industry sectors and geographies is unparalleled.

    We give subscribing organisations real-time intelligence on when, where, why and how it or its competitors are being targeted or criticized by activists, almost anywhere in the world.

    We do this by daily tracking the electronic output of thousands of activist campaigns to distinguish significant signals from the Internet noise and chatter. Our focus is what is new and changing - activist actions or claims could could shift the political, business or media agenda, including

    • new or expanding campaigns
    • new issues and micro issues
    • new strategies, tactics and messages
    • new reports, technical and scientific papers
    • existing campaigns migrating to new countries
    • alliances with other activist groups, civil society organisations such as trade unions, professional and political bodies and businesses.  

    Our aim is to give users the key NGO campaigning news free of repetition and chatter, through which we can reveal critical issues as they emerge or rise up the political agenda.

    Daily email briefings
    SIGWATCH intelligence is collated into compact but readable daily email briefings, personalized for each user according to their topic and regional needs. Users can set keywords such as the name of their organisation to be highlighted for easy tracking. Each item of news in the briefings identifies any companies being criticized or praised by NGOs using a proprietary scoring system that calculates its likely reputational impact.

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    Quick facts
    SIGWATCH daily tracks 7,000 activist groups on over 800 issues across the globe, and measures their impact on over 10,000 companies and their brands. 

    Our database reports over 60,000 significant activist actions.

    We report 25-35 new activist initiatives every weekday.

    We monitor in a wide range of foreign languages as well as English: French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Ukrainean, Chinese and Japanese as a matter of course.




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