- February 4th, 2021
- Category: Blog
European Communication Monitor 2021
Take part until March 6th !
The European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA) has launched its annual poll on the status and future of of strategic communication and PR. Communication professionals across Europe are invited to participate in the survey, which is available at www.communicationmonitor.net until March 6.
The European Communication Monitor, now in its 15th year, addresses highly debated topics such as digitalisation and digital infrastructures in communications, video conferencing and virtual events, as well as future roles of communication practitioners and strategic issues in the profession. 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.
Participants will be able to answer these and many other topics and share their experiences to build a concise picture of the growing discipline. All participants are entitled to a full report of the results available this summer and can enter a prize draw for 10 top-rated JBL Headphones (Tune 500BT Bluetooth with microphone for videocalls or music) – a must-have gadget.
The European Communication Monitor is led by professors from renowned universities within the framework of the European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA) together with the European Association of Communication Directors (EACD), supported by Cision Insights and Fink & Fuchs.
With more than 20,000 participants from over 40 countries to date, the annual European Communication Monitor is the largest empirical survey in communication management and public relations worldwide. The study is undertaken for scientific purposes. Participants will remain anonymous. Results will be presented at an EACD webinar in May 2021 and at conferences worldwide thereafter.