Clients

Client List

PQ Media's clients are some of the most respected media stakeholders in the world, including among others:

Media Companies:

  • Associated Press
  • Brand Connections
  • BuzzLogic
  • Cabco
  • Captivate Network
  • Dialetto Social Media
  • HouseParty
  • IZEA
  • JiWire
  • NBC Universal
  • Premiere Retail Networks
  • Red7Media
  • Turner Broadcasting
  • Time Warner
  • Zoom Media & Marketing
  • Discovery Communications

Financial Institutions:

  • Bain Capital
  • Credit Suisse
  • Deutsche Bank
  • GE Capital
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Opus Capital
  • Parthenon Capital
  • TPG Capital
  • UBS Global Asset Management
  • Veronis Suhler Stevenson

Media Agencies/Trade Orgs:

  • Kinetic
  • Starcom Worldwide
  • Word of Mouth Marketing Association
  • Porter Novelli
  • Dentsu
  • Havas Media
  • Hill Holiday

Technology/Telecom Companies:

  • AT&T
  • BroadSign
  • Cisco Systems
  • Dell
  • Microsoft
  • NEC
  • Qualcomm

Research & Consulting Firms:

  • Boston Consulting Group
  • iTVX
  • McKinsey & Co.
  • Millward Brown
  • WARC
  • Nomura Research Institute
  • Yano Research Institute
 

New Report

China Media & Technology Outlook 2014

In response to subscriber demand for country-specific drill-down analyses, PQ Media has released the first title in a new multi-report series providing in-depth strategic intelligence covering the state of digital, alternative and traditional media and technology in key emerging markets worldwide.

The first report in the series - China Media & Technology Outlook 2014 - examines the key growth drivers and challenges that lay ahead for Asia's major economic growth engine. Following a decade of blistering economic growth, China's media and tech industry began to cool off in the second half of 2012, due to lower demand from its largest foreign markets, many of which have been scrambling to build some momentum after a particularly long recession and a slow recovery that still has executives and economists tentative about the growth outlook for 2014-15, especially in the world's largest developing economy, where financial, credit and real estate variables loom large this year.