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Best mentions are topic references that are found in content that appears to be describing the activity of organizations.

They might be found on an About Us page within the website.

Select Best mentions when investigating the core organizations related to a set of topics.

For Example when investigating organizations that develop virtual reality products.


All mentions also include incidental topic references found in content that appears on an organizations website.

They might be found in News content.

Select All mentions when analysing the full ecosystem around a set of topics.

For Example when investigating organizations that develop virtual reality and organizations that use virtual reality technologies.

When multiple topics are selected, they are combined according to whether they have a related meaning.

Related topics are combined to broaden the results (OR)
Unrelated topics restrict the combined results (AND)

For Example (in your query)

 
 
 

Results

The research found 1,689 organization websites with "virtual reality headsets", "haptic technology", "immersive virtual reality" , 5 other "virtual reality headsets", "haptic technology", "immersive virtual reality", "virtual reality technology", "virtual augmented reality", "augmented reality", "mixed reality", "virtual reality" see less keywords in the United Kingdom.

  • The largest number of organizations are in the sector.
  • Related keywords include .
  • The top locations for these organizations are .
  • The top locations for these organizations are .

Glass has only limited data available for your selected criteria. As a consequence there may be inaccuracies in the analysis and data presented to you. Please use the feedback button to report any information you feel is not correct.

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what is the breakdown by sectors?

Sector Share

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When there is sufficient source information available, organizations are automatically classified into high level industry sectors. There are over 100 sectors used to classify the organizations into areas such as Consumer Goods and Services, Media and Arts, Supply Chain and Transport, Energy and Environmental, Financial Services, Healthcare and Scientific, Industrial and Agriculture, Leisure and Hospitality, Real Estate and Construction, Professional Services, Technology, Non Profit and Education, and Government.

When doing sector based research, the sector share is based on the number of organizations in each sector. As not all sectors are evenly represented on the web, there is a natural bias in the data as a reflection of online presence. This should be taken into account when considering the results.

When doing keyword based research, the sector share is based on the weighted average of number of organizations that mention the keyword within the sector.

what are these organizations talking about?

Keyword Share

keywords are common words or phrases used by organizations to describe their activities. These are extracted as the web content is read from a site. Organization descriptions and news articles published by the organization are analysed to generate the organization level keywords. These keywords can be used to discover emerging and related trends across the data and perform fine-grained market research on specific themes. The keywords have been mapped into a graph of related keywords through large scale analysis of the web content and integrating with open ontological sources such as dictionaries, WordNet and Wikipedia. This graph is used during the construction of the research criteria to suggest alternative and related keywords to the theme under consideration.

Where is the highest concentration of organizations?

Addresses referenced on an organization website are extracted and tagged with an appropriate postal region. These addresses may come from contact, office/store locator, event listing or other pages on the site, and may be across multiple geographies in the case of multi-national organizations. Aggregated into postal regions, the address information can help identify geographical clusters and regional expertise. For certain organizations, such as directory listings, there may be a bias introduced when a large number of indirectly related addresses have been extracted.

Where is the highest concentration of UK organizations?

Addresses referenced on an organization website are extracted and tagged with an appropriate postal region. These addresses may come from contact, office/store locator, event listing or other pages on the site, and may be across multiple geographies in the case of multi-national organizations. Aggregated into postal regions, the address information can help identify geographical clusters and regional expertise. For certain organizations, such as directory listings, there may be a bias introduced when a large number of indirectly related addresses have been extracted.

What are the top job titles?

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People are extracted from an organization website when they feature prominently within some content. For example, they may appear in a title, link, or within a structured list of people. The name is used as a key indicator of a person reference together with additional characteristics such as the role that the person performs and their biographical information if they are available. They may be listed as employees, external members or mentioned in news items. Showing the breakdown by roles can be an indicator of the jobs that are associated with organizations. Note, this may not cover all roles or employees at the organizations as only those with a web presence are captured.

what is the gender split?

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Using the names of the people identified on an organization website, a breakdown of gender bias is possible based on the sector classification. The gender association is made based on a sample of known first names for people where a gender association is distinct. This has been determined by reading biographies of people with names and looking for indicators of gender based on titles or pronoun references. When there is not enough evidence for the gender ratio in a sector, the sector is not listed. There may be a bias in the selection of people for this analysis based on the use of web data as more senior roles are more commonly present on organization websites.

What are these organizations talking about in the news?

Press releases and news published by each organization on their website are identified, read and analysed. This feeds into the analysis of the activity of an organization through keywords. This chart compares the top mentioned keyword changes through news activity between the two previous 3-month periods.

News is also used to map networks between organizations when a partner or customer organization is mentioned in the content. As well as news content, the organization descriptions and people biographies also contribute to the maps of organization networks. Networks can be investigated when viewing an organization in the source data. Third party news publishers and blogs are not currently considered when reading the news activity. Only first-party news is in scope.

Which jobs are advertised the most?

Job listings and advertisements that are posted by an organization on their own website are read and analysed by job title. A large set of known job titles is used to identify job ads along with job descriptions. The jobs listed have been read within the previous 6 months. Lots of jobs being posted could be an indicator of an active sector. Job listings are not read from third party recruiter sites.

 
 

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