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European Communication Monitor - 07.03.2012
Join the 2012 survey, available until March 31st

What are the main ethical challenges for communication professionals in the 21st century? Which competencies, qualification needs and strategic issues are relevant within the next months? Are integrated communications and one voice policies obsolete in the age of social media? These and other questions will be answered by the European Communication Monitor, the largest survey on the future of strategic communication worldwide.

Euprera invites the PR practitioners and scholars to participate in this survey. It should take up no more than 15 minutes of your time and will provide valuable new insights.

Please click here to join the survey: http://www.communicationmonitor.eu. The survey will be open until March 31st 2012.

The European Communication Monitor is run by an international research group of professors from 11 renowned universities throughout Europe, organised by the European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA), the European Association of Communication Directors (EACD) and Communication Director magazine, generously supported by Ketchum Pleon, Europe's leading communication consultancy.

The study is undertaken for scientific purposes, in an attempt to map out the future of the communication profession. Your information will not be used for any other purpose. All information is submitted anonymously.

Every participant will receive a full report of the results and be included in a prize draw for three Amazon Kindle eReaders (WiFi edition).

We thank you for your input and participation!

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