Take part in AMEC’s global comms trends study

Comms professionals are urged to take part in a survey to identify emerging trends in the industry by AMEC, which has partnered with leading PR associations, including the University of Southern California’s Centre for PR, to produce a new Global Communications Report.

The study will build on the USC Annenberg Center for Public Relations’ long-running GAP (Generally Accepted Practices Study) of corporate communications planning.

Take part in the survey here.

Other survey partners include the Holmes Report, the Institute for Public Relations, the Global Alliance for Public Relations & Communications, the PR Council, the Worldcom PR Group and the PRSA.

Fred Cook, Golin CEO and director of the USC Centre for PR, has called this the “most comprehensive global study of our profession” and encourages comms professionals to take part, which you can do here, the last day to participate is 26 February and the report will be made available in April.

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