What you don’t know will hurt you

Never miss something you should be the first to
know to improve your business and brand.

It’s not information overload, it’s filter failure

"It’s not information overload, it’s filter failure"(NYU)

myCREOpoint™ is trusted by leaders worldwide to easily control information overload thanks to uniquely focused real time content feeds tailored by our patent pending software.

Simplify all-in-one access to actionable intelligence. Click any of the icons below to see how we:
• Pull from both traditional and social media
• Quickly surface the best opportunities and risks buried in the noise.

Learn how myCREOpoint can also help improve your business and brand:

  • Stand out in a crowded internet
  • Allow executives to be self sufficient in managing their reputation
  • "Follow the money"

What you don’t know will hurt you. We have developed and delivered hundreds of confidential intelligence channels to business, political and entertainment leaders on the move. Providing them with quick insights into sensitive matters of interest to them (clients, prospects, hard to track topics, or other leaders). If critical to you, how else would you keep up with noisy topics like Incubators, generic brands like St Laurent, Cristal or Goodman, or VIPs?

The volume of ’news’ and the fragmentation of sources has become a problem. myCREOpoint™ can help open new opportunities while lowering risk. Ernst & Young Partner

Other clients include:

Prices start at $995 for a custom channel where we will tailor precisely curated feeds providing on demand from any digital devices clean content about topics, organizations and personalities of your choice. These conveniently predefined myCREOpoint channels uniquely come with sophisticated patent pending features for mobility, noise reduction, online influencer prioritization, crowdcuration, as well as user controls and personalization so that you simply get to the point.

Leaders who trust us include power players across industries Sidney Toledano (Dior CEO), Joe Scarborough (MSNBC host), Sir Jackie Stewart (Formula 1 World Champion) and Victor Dubuisson (golf star).