More Tabs, Please #11: Immigrant Cats, Polar Treks, and Libraries

Welcome back to More Tabs, Please. There is now an electric sports car hurtling around space towards an asteroid belt for no reason. That’s about where humanity is right now and it’s pretty weird. Here are some articles to get you through the fact we’re now in ‘the future’ but it’s nothing like The Jetsons. This week’s […] Read more

Culture By Joshua Boyd on February 16th 2018

More Tabs, Please #9: Ballgown Fighting, Street Food, and Hamilton

That’s it. January is out of here and we can all pretend we were only miserable because of the month. Into February we go with all its delights like ‘being cold but not as much as January” and ‘being dark but not as much as January’. Pure heaven. This week’s album is Shuggie Otis’s Freedom Flight: […] Read more

Culture By Joshua Boyd on February 2nd 2018

More Tabs, Please #8: Ramen Bowls, Old Inventions, and Shootouts

It’s Friday once again, so it’s time for another More Tabs, Please. The end of January is within reach and it’s nearly not dark at 5pm. The more forward-thinking among us are already looking ahead to Post-work Bag of Tins on Some Grass Season, which frankly, can’t come soon enough. This week’s album is the […] Read more

Culture By Joshua Boyd on January 26th 2018

More Tabs, Please #6: Fatal Flu, Hotel Hacks, and Viral Lists

And we’re back. The dust is settling on 2018 and we’ve got the rest of our live ahead of us. More Tabs, Please will continue to bring you great reads, watches, and listens each week and the first of 2018 is looking pretty good. We tried to keep it slightly optimistic, but I don’t think […] Read more

Culture By Joshua Boyd on January 12th 2018

More Tabs, Please #4: Spielberg Oners, Robo-Therapy, and Baseball

Its Friday so we’re back with another More Tabs, Please. Grab yourself a pipe, a strong Moscow Mule and a bean bag, then get to it. As it’s snowed a bit and it’s getting colder, this week’s music is my go-to winter album: Silent Alarm by Bloc Party. Still as good as you remember it. Unless you […] Read more

Culture By Joshua Boyd on December 8th 2017

More Tabs, Please #3: Hypno-Soviets, Data Detectives, and Funny Porridge

Another week, another More Tabs, Please. Christmas music has finally started in the office and the decorations are up, but we’ll be holding back on the festive stories for now. Anyway, grab some Twiglets, a brandy and a cigar, and get ready. Your album this week is Janelle Monae’s The Electric Lady. Enjoy it as it’ll probably just […] Read more

Culture By Joshua Boyd on December 1st 2017

More Tabs, Please #2: Turkey Gangs, Mathematical Athletes, and Rainforest Healthcare

Here we go with number two of More Tabs, Please. We’ve got another six articles, an artist, and a YouTube series for you. Grab yourself something to drink (it’s Friday, just have a whisky already), settle down, and have a nice, good read. You deserve it. Your accompanying album this week is The Number Ones by Irish power-pop […] Read more

Culture By Joshua Boyd on November 24th 2017

More Tabs, Please #1: Robots, Dead Poets, and Bugs

Welcome to More Tabs, Please. This is Brandwatch’s new series where we collate a bunch of recommended content we think you should see. We’ll be suggesting stuff every week (even if it’s not from this week), including articles, podcasts, artists, designers,  music and whatever else. Any topic is fair game. Our customers are a diverse […] Read more

Culture By Joshua Boyd on November 16th 2017

MTV’s Total Request Live + Britney Spears: Comeback of the Year?

We love nostalgia. It’s a scientifically proven fact, and if it’s not, we have some proof of our own. Early last week a certain television channel that goes by the acronym ‘MTV’ announced that it was relaunching a hit program that would surely have us all thinking back to simpler times. Times when the hair […] Read more

Culture By Kellan Terry on August 7th 2017

Naomi Trickey: On The Brandwatch Values, and What They Mean

Honestly, what’s the point of values? Everyone has them, so do they actually differentiate us in any way? And if they don’t, again: what’s the point? Brandwatch is a values- and people-led organisation. We knew what our values were because we lived them, so why did we need to write them down? After some thought, it […] Read more

Culture By Naomi Trickey on March 28th 2017

News Just In: Brandwatch is the 16th Best Place to Work in New York City

It’s that special time of year. The one we’ve all been waiting for, that brings up warm feelings and great memories. Well, at least here in the Brandwatch New York City office. The Crain’s Best Places to Work in New York 2016 rankings have just been announced and Brandwatch has moved up the list a […] Read more

Culture By Dinah Alobeid on December 8th 2016

Staff Spotlight: Head of Analytics, Amy Barker

You would be hard pressed to find an employee who didn’t list company culture as one of their favorite things about working for Brandwatch. Read more

Culture By Jessie Twersky on June 22nd 2016

Staff Spotlight: Jim Reynolds, VP of Agency Relations

Jim Reynolds acts as VP of Agency Relations, and I’m sure you’ve spotted him at events or over on Twitter. Read more

Culture By Jessie Twersky on June 1st 2016

Staff Spotlight: VP of Brandwatch APAC, Christel Quek

As Brandwatch expands farther across the globe, so do our personnel. Read more

Culture By Jessie Twersky on May 4th 2016