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International association for the measurement and evaluation of communication
International experts from around the world will be amongst more than 60 speakers at the AMEC Global Summit in Barcelona in June.
Barry Leggetter, CEO of AMEC, said: “The international quality of our speakers is a major factor in making the Global Summit a ‘must attend’ event for PR and communications professionals, especially this year with the Latin American connection to Spain.“.
International speakers at the Barcelona Summit will include:
Dr Jennifer Bruce, Global Leader of Communications Measurement for Adobe Systems;
Alex Aiken, Executive Director for Government Communications, H M UK Government;
Jamin Spitzer, Senior Director, Comms Insights,Microsoft;
Joe Cohen, Chief Communications Officer, AXIS Capital;
Madelon Engels, Head of Strategic Communication, Achmea International;
Erik Huddleston, CEO, TrendKite;
Sujit Patil, Vice President and Head Corporate Communications, Godrej Industries;
Baptiste Tougeron, Head of Marketing Mix Models, South East Europe, Google;
Abe Smith, President, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, India, Africa), Cision;
Paloma Escudero, Global Director of Communications, UNICEF;
Alex Aiken, Executive Director, Government Communications, HM UK Government.
Strong Spanish and LATAM influence
Senior level Spanish and LATAM speakers include:
Nacho Jiménez Soler, Global Head of Communications Strategy, BBVA;
Teresa Mañueco Pfeiffer, Director of Communications, CSR & Institutional Relations, CEPSA;
Juan Carlos Martinez Lozoya, Communication Intelligence and Reputation Analytics Manager, Iberdrola;
Íñigo Roy, Head of Communication and Reputation Metrics, CaixaBank;
Enrique Johnson, Director Spain & Latam, Reputation Institute.
The Summit has won the support of Corporate Excellence, Dircom and Fundacom, who will help promote the event to their members and supporters in Spain and Latin America. The Summit Headline sponsor is Acceso, the leading company in Media and Consumer Intelligence in Spain and Latin America.
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