News from EUPRERA
European Communication Monitor 2017 launched - 27.02.2017
Take part until March 31 in the largest study in the field!
The European Communication Monitor 2017 survey
is now open and will be available until March 31st at
We need your help!
The European Communication Monitor, now in its eleventh year, is led by professors from re-nowned universities within the framework of the European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA) together with the European Association of Communication Direc-tors (EACD), supported by Prime Research International, a global leader in strategic communication research.
The survey seeks answers from PR professionals working in communication departments and agencies (not from academics).
Please have a look and answer the survey, if you belong to this group, and please forward it to friends and colleagues in the profession. It will take you between 12 and 15 minutes to answer the questions. All participants are entitled to a full report of the results available this summer and be entered into a prize draw for 5 Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 Instant Film Cameras.
The European Communication Monitor 2017 addresses highly debated topics such as the chal-lenges of hypermodernity with all its implications and the relevance of Social Bots. Moreover, the visual shift in communications, quality management and benchmarking practices are in the spotlight of the ECM in 2017. The survey will identify characteristics of excellent communication departments and explore commonalities and differences across Europe. Country-to-country comparisons and benchmarks of different types of organisations (private and joint-stock companies, non-profit, governmental, agencies, etc.) will make the results relevant for everybody in the field.
The study is undertaken for scientific purposes, in an attempt to map out the future of the com-munication profession. You will receive a report and the EUPRERA community has full access to the data. Your information will not be used for any other purpose. All information is submitted anonymously.
We thank you for your input and participation!