Do you know how AI is helping IR teams to perform better? 
Wednesday, June 12th, at 11:00am BRT (10:00am EST)

The event will be held in English. 


By combining advanced natural language processing and AI, with Brunswick's deep expertise in financial communications, we are reinventing quarterly earnings calls to ensure the market hears the story you’re trying to tell. 

Join the webinar with our Brunswick Insight specialist Sparky Zivin to learn more about this new research. 

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About the Speaker:

Sparky Zivin, Partner

Sparky Sparky oversees Brunswick Insight’s Washington, D.C. group with a principle expertise in public affairs, strategic campaign evaluation, and language development. Over the course of his career, Sparky has helped clients develop iconic global platforms such as GE’s Ecomagination and Walmart’s sustainability initiatives.
Drawing on the tools of opinion research, digital analytics, and advanced machine learning, Sparky has served as a data-driven communications consultant to clients that include Fidelity, BNP Paribas, BNY Mellon, Facebook, Dropbox, Boeing, Experian, Schwab, Lending Club, and Kleiner Perkins.

Prior to joining Brunswick, Sparky ran the Washington, D.C. office of Edelman's strategic research subsidiary. Sparky has a graduate degree in survey design and data analysis from the George Washington University, and an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Kenyon College. He started his career as a neuroscience research fellow at the National Institute of Mental Health where he wrote on the ways the brain turns new information into lasting memories. 

Sparky is a frequent guest lecturer at American University’s school of communication, speaking to graduate and undergraduate courses on research techniques used to inform communication campaigns.