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NEW YORKJan. 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Stagwell’s (NASDAQ: STGW) PRophet, the first-ever A.I.-driven data-as-a-service (DaaS) platform that predicts earned media interest, sentiment and spread before a story is pitched, released a pay-as-you-go subscription option, providing new individual users immediate access to the platform without hassle and delays of traditional, lengthy corporate purchasing processes. PRophet is a product in the Stagwell Marketing Cloud, a suite of modern business transformation solutions for in-house marketers.

This new pay-as-you-go subscription option is among the first of its kind in an industry plagued by overly expensive, archaic pricing structures that often require long-term commitments. PRophet, which launched the second generation of its platform earlier this month, provides its users access to a smart dataset of more than 100,000 verified journalists from high-authority sources and millions of podcasts.

“It’s all about optionality. Many comms-tech companies require enterprises and agencies to commit to long-term contractual agreements that can get delayed due to the permissions approval process requiring sign-off by executives far removed from the end users who understand the value and urgency of access to platforms like PRophet,” said Aaron Kwittken, Founder/CEO of PRophet. “PRophet’s new pay-as-you-go model removes the middlemen, or any need for a drawn-out financial courtship, offering PR pros throughout the organization, agencies and brands alike, a just-in-time solution to overcome their pressing earned media obstacles.  They can skip having to beg their finance or procurement department for an enterprise agreement, and just be able to expense PRophet on a monthly basis instead.”

Through the new pay-as-you-go model, individuals will be able to complete the monthly transaction online using a credit card or through their Venmo account. PRophet is the first company of its kind to process user subscriptions via the secure, modern, mobile payment service.

“Through numerous demos, we’ve heard from PR professionals, representing brands and agencies of all sizes, who ask for a payment option that lessens the upfront financial burden that is so often present in traditional pricing structures,” said Andrew Meranus, Executive Vice President of Revenue for PRophet. “We’re proud to be among the first in our industry to offer an option that allows anyone, including small startups and individual account executives at global PR agencies, the means to gain fast access to the smartest earned media software in the industry.”

For agency and brand representatives seeking a new answer to their earned media dilemma, contact  Andrew Meranus or Elizabeth Finch to receive a detailed summary of the PRophet pay-as-you-go subscription model. For more information about the PRophet platform, please visit www.prprophet.ai

About PRophet
PRophet is the first-ever A.I.-driven data-as-a-service (DaaS) platform designed by and for the PR community that samples past stories to better predict future media interest, sentiment, and spread through natural language processing and machine learning. PRophet is owned by Stagwell Inc., and was founded by marketing industry thought leader and entrepreneur Aaron Kwittken alongside former political strategist, technologist, and author Mark Penn, Chairman and CEO of Stagwell Inc. To learn more, visit www.prprophet.ai.

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NEW YORK, Oct. 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — PRophet, a Stagwell (NASDAQ: STGW) company and the first-ever AI-driven SaaS platform to help predict earned media interest, sentiment, and spread, announced today an exclusive partnership with PeakMetrics, the leading machine-learning powered media monitoring, and narrative analytics platform.

 

The partnership will substantially increase PRophet’s access to verified journalists from high authority media outlets in the U.S. and for the first time expand PRophet’s reach into the UK, Europe, LatAm and Asia. By tapping into PeakMetrics’ AI-driven analytics capabilities, PRophet users will be able to access the PeakMetrics platform and measure the success of their PR efforts.

“Together, PeakMetrics and PRophet are bringing unmatched data-driven media relations insights and capabilities to brands and agencies alike,” said Aaron Kwittken, founder and CEO of PRophet.  “PeakMetrics’ global database of verified journalists and high authority outlets, access to up-to-date contact information and media monitoring paired with PRophet’s predictive analytics capabilities enables PRophet users to achieve all of their PR goals within a single solution– eliminating the need to access old-school analog media databases and monitoring services that still live in a linear world.”

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Stagwell is expanding its creative, content, media and marketing communications capabilities throughout Latin America with a new partnership between Stagwell agency Allison+Partners and Latin American heritage agency Grupo Garnier.

The partnership will see Grupo Garnier rebranding offices in eight markets as Allison+Partners, including in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, Honduras, Ecuador, Peru and Mexico. In addition, the agencies will field a joint team in Miami, led by Allison+Partners general manager David Baum and business development director Tomas Saiz to counsel North American brands entering Latin America. Together, the agencies will bring enhanced capabilities across public relations, digital and content marketing to the region.

Mark Penn, chairman and CEO, said in a statement that he has long known Latin America as a “doorway for businesses eyeing global expansion. With more than 600 million people across South America, representing 8% of the population, this collaboration creates an advantage for brands looking to engage the growing market.”

Grupo Garnier, a Stagwell global affiliate, was founded in 1921 and is one of the leading marketing groups in Latin America.

Growing around the globe

Stagwell has been on a growth spurt lately, especially after its merger with MDC Partners was finalized several months ago. In addition to Grupo Garnier, Stagwell added Anchor Worldwide and The Lab to its Global Affiliate network this year, and Allison+Partners entered a strategic partnership with Orient Planet Group to grow in the Middle East. It opened its Miami office in June 2021.

“We began our global expansion through the affiliate partnerships with strategic partners earlier this year, where we have gone into 11 strategic regions. We now have 34 partners in the strategic regions, overseeing almost 96 cities in almost 50 countries,” Anas Ghazi, chief strategy officer for Stagwell, told Adweek.

Ghazi added that the rapid expansion lets the network go deeper in areas of traditional and digital media, ecommerce and content creation. In Latin America, thanks to Grupo Garni, Stagwell inherits strategic partnerships that will help it compete and collaborate in the region’s key markets, especially when it comes to data-driven public relations, which is a key focus for Allison+Partners.

For Grupo Garnier, the partnership gives the storied agency group an infusion of investment into the region, with new PR technologies and training, and the ability for scalable growth. “The brands need a different type of approach with consumers. They’re more concerned about wealth and about intimate relationships,” Arnaldo Garnier, CEO of Grupo Garnier, told Adweek, adding that Allison+Partners and Stagwell brings an “entrepreneurial spirit” to the region.

For Allison+Partners, it immediately adds 100 people in markets throughout Central and South America, which gives the agency a big reach for its existing clients and for new business opportunities. “We’ve been sorely underrepresented in Latin America…to have Allison+Partners team members in those pitches and working for clients just gives us a lot more consistency across the network from a global perspective,” Jonathan Heit, COO, Allison+Partners, told Adweek.

The U.S. and Latin American markets will be centralized through the Miami office of Allison+Partners, which will include support of the Hispanic and Latin markets in the U.S. It will allow the agency to bring its global clients to Latin America, like Toyota, and bring Latin American clients to a global stage.

Allison+Partners and Grupo Garnier join a growing roster of Stagwell peers in Latin America, including creative, localization and content agencies Locaria, Ink and CPB Brazil in Brazil and digital design agency Code and Theory in Argentina.

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