It’s time to start planning for the AMEC’s 2017 International Communications Effectiveness Awards. Look out for the announcement that the online entry system is live on Wednesday November 9.

How to measure Communication

Leading communications professional Rachel Miller has lost count of the times she has judged industry awards and been frustrated by the lack of measurement in the entries. But she says there are no excuses any more!

Measurement Month 2016 THE BIGGEST YET!

The events ranged from twitter chats, webinars, to breakfast briefings, half day conferences and evening workshops.

Global Education Partner announced – A Data Pro in two year Agreement

AMEC has announced A Data Pro will become its new Global Education Partner.

EU Directive “lacks ambition” – AMEC/FIBEP unhappy at new plan

AMEC and FIBEP, the two worldwide trade bodies representing companies in media monitoring and intelligence have accused the European Commission of a “cruel lack of ambition” in its proposals for a Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market.

IPR Support

AMEC was delighted to have the active support of the Institute for Public Relations during Measurement Month.

Copyright Day Success – 12 countries involved

Twelve countries took part in One Copyright Day organised by the joint AMEC & FIBEP Copyright Committee during AMEC’s Measurement Month.

Makeover for Global Speaker Bureau – Sign up!!

Following the success of Measurement Month AMEC is re-launching its Global Speaker Bureau site.

Teamwork pays – Strong US success

A team effort by the AMEC North American Chapter saw 12 events held during the US week of Measurement Month.

Framework success

The new AMEC Integrated Evaluation Framework has been viewed by 85 different countries since we put translations on the site in 9 languages including Arabic, Spanish and Swedish.

Manna from Whitehall for research and communication: Reflections on Brexit from inside the ‘bubble’

Like the ‘manna from heaven’ – the food that reportedly fell from heaven to feed the Israelites during their exodus from Egypt – the UK government has delivered a veritable feast for researchers and communication professionals.