LatentView Analytics is a global digital analytics consulting and solutions firm that enables companies to excel in the digital world by harnessing the power of data and analytics. The company creates holistic and sustainable impact for some of the world’s largest brands, including more than 30 Fortune 500 companies in the retail, CPG, FINS, technology, media & entertainment, travel & hopsitality, and industrials sectors.

As part of its larger strategic marketing and demand generation program, LatentView executes a global public relations campaign focused on securing media and amplifying its industry expertise through thought leadership content and an ongoing series of Roundtable events. Since 2018, LatentView has seen meaningful media placements in a variety of top-tier and industry trade publications including Bloomberg, WSJ, Forbes, and Fast Company.

“Like many companies that successfully navigated through the challenging past several years, we are 100% focused on the future and pushing boundaries for the next innovation cycle. On the heels of our IPO, we continue to crystalize our brand narrative in the North American market with strategic communications support from Indicate Media. It’s very easy to explain why we have worked with the Indicate team for more than five years and counting. They continue to regularly provide intelligent PR counsel, strategy and execution while delivering the type of thinking and results needed as we execute strong business outcomes for our current and future customers.”

Tarunya Suresh, Chief Marketing Officer, LatentView Analytics

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