Nerve wins 2 gold medals at the 2021 AMEC Awards


Nerve wins gold for Rappler crisis management and Nestlé influencer marketing

MANILA, Philippines – Philippine Data Analytics and Consulting Company Nerve won two gold prizes at the 2021 awards from the International Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC).

Nerve won gold in the Crisis Communication Measurement and Reporting category for “The Rappler Crisis: A Nerve Crisis Management Case Study”.

Nerve’s study used data, network mapping, and narrative aggregation to determine how Rappler might respond to state-sponsored disinformation attacks. The study, carried out in collaboration with researchers at Rappler, effectively exposed the Duterte administration’s propaganda network.

Nerve, alongside Nestlé Philippines, also won gold in the Innovation Award for New Measurement Technologies with “Changing the Influencer Marketing Game with Data”.

The two companies have collaborated to determine how the use of influencers and data can foster Nestlé loyalty, as well as use them to mitigate potential risks and protect the brand from negative information.

Nerve was also selected for the Communication Research and Measurement Team of the Year.

Nerve is a data company with ‘investigative journalism in its DNA’, providing services such as data analysis, crisis and reputation management, and influencer measurement.

AMEC is the world’s largest professional media intelligence and analysis body, representing organizations and practitioners who provide media assessment and communications research. –


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