The Latin American Communication Monitor (LCM) is launching its fifth edition as part of the Global Communication Monitor series, the world’s most comprehensive study on public relations and strategic communication, with 15 years of experience and editions in Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the United States and Canada.

The 2022-2023 LCM edition explores topics such as digitization and the CommTech phenomenon, the development of consulting services, DEI in communication, empathy in leadership and internal communication, changes at work and digital collaboration.

This study, together with the European Communication Monitor, the Asia – Pacific Communication Monitor and the North American Communication Monitor is organized by the European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA).  

This 5th edition of the Latin American Communication Monitor has as its strategic partners the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) and the Institute for Public Relations (IPR); under the academic sponsorship of the University of Oregon (United States) and the Creative Campus of the Universidad Latina de Costa Rica.

The study is complying with the highest academic standards and developed by a network of researchers from 33 prestigious universities. The LCM is directed by PhD. Alejandro Álvarez-Nobell from the University of Malaga (Spain) and PhD. Juan-Carlos Molleda from the University of Oregon (USA).

Since 2013, the research has been in charge of systematically making the communication function from Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries  visible, thus empowering professionals within their organizations, as well as sector associations within their social environment.

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