Krzana; a cloud-based search engine which delivers unmatched real-time information on financial markets are offering journalists free access to their innovative platform over the election period. Krzana offers users a stream of real-time data very quickly by collecting, processing and analysing data from 60,000 social media sources. Krzana capitalises on the opportunity of leveraging social media information, which Mckinsey and Bain – a top management consultancy firm –  in a recent report state is worth $1.3 trillion.

In 2016 Krzana was the go-to tool for journalists in the U.S election and Krzana expects this will be the case again, this time around for the 2017 flash election brought about by Theresa May. This free access to Krzana will allow users not only to utilise pre-structured or template channels to monitor the election and its events as they unfold, but also to build their own custom newsgathering channels around the topics they’re most interested in and monitor relevant flows of information more specifically. To sign up for this free opportunity please follow the link and register here https://krzana.com/ge17/ .

 

In addition to this Krzana are offering a free Google Hangout training session at 1 pm on the 1st of June for anyone that wants to learn a bit more about the technology and its use, register at https://goo.gl/dOQy0L . Also, Krzana would like to invite any journalists interested to come along to the Newspeak House in Shoreditch at 6 pm on the 1st of June where the team will be using the tool to source news stories and publish them on Twitter. Krzana would be more than happy to answer any questions attendees may have or provide some hands-on training over a beer. To sign up, drop the Krzana team an email at info@krzana.com to confirm your place. 

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