Ignatov & Company Group - News Services & Monitoring - Alert ServicesWe provide daily Alerts for important events, while our Newsletters usually cover weekly news. Alerts are short notes with the current news – those we consider to be most important for a particular market or industry; in contrast to periodic Analytical Reports we do not provide analytics in Alerts, just news. We provide two types of Alerts:

 

Syndicated Alerts  

They cover either particular sector/industry or particular region/country; such alerts may be easily subscribed with our Emerging Markets Information Store. A subscription may be done to any period – from 1 month up to 1 year; currently we do not provide trial subscription. Syndicated alerts are distributed daily, at morning time GMT – with the relevant news per last day. All syndicated alerts are provided in English.

Syndicated alerts are delivered to our subscribers with one of the methods (selected at subscription):

  • With e-mail (as PDF files)
  • Direct download of the alert PDF files in our server (a download link to each newsletter to be mailed to a subscriber)
  • RSS-enabled alert pages in a secured part of our website (may be easily accessed with any RSS reader/aggregator) 
To see the sample of our syndicated Alert – click here
To subscribe any syndicated alert – just select the required one in the Emerging Markets Information Store and make online purchase there.

 

Bespoke Alerts

These alerts are tailored towards a client’s specific requirements; such alerts are not limited only with sectors/industries and regions/countries – we also provide alerts on particular companies, businesspersons and economical and political processes. Bespoke alerts are sending with frequency agreed with a client – hourly, few times per a day, daily, etc. Basically we provide bespoke alerts in English.

Bespoke alerts are delivered to our subscribers with the same the methods as for syndicated ones:

  • With e-mail (usually as PDF files, but if you want another file format – just let us know)
  • Direct download of the alert files in our server (a download link to each newsletter to be mailed to a subscriber; usually as PDF files, but if you want another file format – just let us know)
  • RSS-enabled alert pages in a secured part of our website (may be easily accessed with any RSS reader/aggregator)
  • We also have large experience of pasting alerts directly in clients’ news portals and intranets