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MESH Experience Finance Director shortlisted for FDs’ Excellence Award

The Finance Director of MESH Experience, the award-winning global data, analytics and insight company, has been shortlisted for the 2019 FDs’ Excellence Awards.

The FDs’ Excellence Awards recognise exceptional Finance Directors and those individuals who have played a pivotal role in the success of their organisation, who went above and beyond to deliver results and encourage growth.

Anna Drewicz, Finance Director, at MESH Experience, is one of the finalists in the Private Company FD/CFO of the Year (Turnover under £20m) category.  She has been Finance Director at MESH for eight years, helping to lead the company from its innovative start to the rapid expansion it’s currently experiencing.

MESH Experience Founder and CEO, Fiona Blades, commented, “I’m very proud of Anna’s achievement.  This demonstrates how crucial the non-research roles are in running a data, analytics and insight organisation.  Ensuring the efficient financial management of our company enables us to devote more time to helping clients address their business problems.”

Drewicz said “The market research industry is undergoing a transformation and my role has been pivotal to helping MESH innovate for a flourishing future.  It’s nice to be recognised for the role finance can play in a company’s ambition.”

MESH Experience’s unique approach aims to help clients see the world through the customers’ eyes. The company collects and analyses data in real time across the full spectrum of what people experience about a brand – all paid, owned, and earned touchpoints – allowing brands and campaigns to be set in their proper context.

Website: www.meshexperience.com.

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