The World Concrete Forum is pleased to announce the publication of the World Concrete 500, a league table of the top 500 influencers and players active on Twitter in the fast-moving $1.3tr global concrete and cement industry. Published at https://www.leaderboarded.com/world-concrete
Leading the UK based social networkers are Cemex UK [#12 on global list]. The ranking understates group activity as it does not take account of the considerable use of social media by their UK staff. Similarly with Marshalls plc [#13] who are in second spot. They are followed by busy Tweeter Mark Oliver, CEO of H+H UK Ltd [#17], The Concrete Centre’s This Is Concrete campaign [#18] ,and Mapei UK [#19]. Martin Clarke, Director of the World Concrete Forum comments “ Congratulations to CEMEX UK and the other UK leaders who are making a big impact on Twitter and other social media. I hope the list will be a useful tool for the UK industry and its supply chains. It should help to encourage all stakeholders to improve their communications in the new media where construction has lagged behind other industries”.
Leading in the first ever global ranking list is Lafarge the Paris-based cement and building materials giant. The ranking includes concrete producers, consultants, contractors, trade bodies, campaigns in concrete, cement, aggregates, reinforcement, admixtures, pigments, plant, equipment, and other key players in the supply chain and trade press. It is a dynamic list; further nominations are welcomed.
The list is updated weekly using the well-known Leaderboarded system. Leaderboarded ranks players on the basis of scores that measure interactions and influence across all major social-media channels and online, with the metrics provided via leading independent platform Klout. https://klout.com
Martin Clarke added “I thank Jim McClelland of McClelland Media for his rapid response to an idea that is only six weeks old. It has been a pleasure for me to support his Sustainability and the Built Environment top 500 and I am delighted that he accepted the concrete challenge”.
The World Concrete Forum is a developing project run by ClarkeConsult aimed at global improvement in safety, sustainability and speed of innovation in the global concrete industry. For further information please visit www.worldconcrete.org and www.clarkeconsult.org tel 07850 27848407850 278484
Curated and Managed by Jim McClelland @SustMeme, the data is published by McClelland Media Ltd, in association with the World Concrete Forum @WorldConcreteF and cluster group @WorldPrecast, both run by Clarke Consult @ClarkeConsult.