Since the foundation of EyeSee, we have caught a lot of global media attention.
This blog post will guide you through our media history:
EyeSee was nominated for Deloitte’s prestigious Rising star award in the most promising technology companies in Belgium category.
Twitter released the article about branded emoji case study that was done in cooperation with EyeSee.
Smurfit Kappa released the news about their Shelf Smart service that increases sales up to 8%, using EyeSee’s online eye tracking tool for testing the impact on real shoppers.
Vlerick Business School also features the victory.
Leading Belgian news made a reportage about EyeSee.
De Tijd published an article about our facial coding study of the two rival sports brands Nike and Adidas, comparing their similar campaigns for the FIFA World Cup.
Belgium Channel Z also presented EyeSee’s advanced eye tracking and facial coding platform.
Smurfit Kappa, Europe’s leading packaging company launched the press release explaining exclusive partnership with EyeSee:
“Our online tool is enabling brand owners to understand the impact of shelf-ready packaging on shoppers. With unique insight to shopper marketing, companies are empowered with crucial findings about shoppers’ behavior before they even go to the store. Using eye tracking and facial coding technology, EyeSee revolutionizes market research industry.”
The news spread from July 2014 onwards to:
PackagingNews.co.uk, DesignWeek.co.uk, ConverterNews.com, Opakowanie.pl, Noodls.com, Verpackungsrundschau.de, Neue-verpackung.de, FoodProductionDaily.com, SmartBrief.com, EmballageDigest.fr, Mrweb.com, Graphiline.com, PackObserver.dk, PrintFutures.com, BusinessWire.com, MarketingTribune.nl
Jobat.be wrote a story about EyeSee’s newest technology – facial coding that measures emotions through facial expressions.
1st place at Bizidee business plan competition
In 2012 EyeSee won Bizidee – the biggest entrepreneurship competition in Belgium! This caught the attention of leading newspapers in Flanders.
De Standaard posted an article about the founder of EyeSee in connection with the increasing entrepreneurial climate in Flanders.
EyeSee acquired a place in the top 10 Flemish technology companies of the future as stated by De Standaard.
Top 10 future tech companies: Revolutionising shopper marketing?
De Standaard published a 2-page article about how people look at a Victoria’s Secret ad. The article is accessible atImprovingSales.nl. This victory was also noticed by the Vlerick Business School. The same month of 2012 Voka.be, a Flemish network of enterprises published an article about our bright entrepreneurs.
The interview at Belgian Radio1 followed: Radio1.be