AMEC International Speakers Bureau

a-data-proAt the heart of AMEC’s Mission in 2018 is a commitment to educate the marketplace. We will do that by having industry-leading experts able to talk at conferences and events throughout the world. If you are an industry leader with proven experience in measurement, join our Speakers Bureau now.

AMEC’s Global Speakers Bureau is a key part of our Global Education Programme, supported by A Data Pro as our new Global Education Partner. 

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Paul Venn

CARMA, MEPRA
Work Dubai United Arab Emirates Work Phone: +97143564100 Cell Phone: +971506594375 Website: Carma Website: Linkedin

Biography

Paul is a senior communications and events professional with more than 20 years Middle East experience in all phases of corporate, event, brand and government communications. Paul has spent time in senior roles both in-house and agency side with regional and global agencies. He is a former member of board for the Middle East Public Relations Association (MEPRA). With CARMA he is looking to bring his PR experience to bear within the media intelligence industry by providing knowledge and insight of how measurement should be used by the PR industry.

Areas of Expertise

  • Effectiveness measurement on a shoestring
  • The relationship between the agency and the measurement provider
  • The role of measurement in driving employee engagement
  • Why measurement and analytics is important to PR professionals

 

Proposed Presentation Titles

  • Why measurement and analytics is important to PR professionals
  • The relationship between the agency and the measurement provider
  • Practical guide to building measurement into PR programmes