North American Summit on Measurement, September 18-20, 2011

July 9, 2011 at 1:52 pm Leave a comment

The annual North American Summit on communication/PR measurement is coming up in September 2011:

Since it began in 2003, the North American Summit on Public Relations Measurement has enjoyed an international reputation for being one of the world’s leading annual conferences about research, measurement and evaluation in communications and public relations.

Each year this event features a number of unique, hands-on pre-conference workshops along with a day and a half of superb program sessions focusing on how measurement is being used effectively throughout the communications industry. This measurement summit is also noted for having several superb networking events where attendees have opportunities to exchange insights with international experts.

Through lectures, case studies and interactive discussions led by some of the world’s most noted measurement experts, the North American Summit on Public Relations Measurement annually exposes conference delegates to innovations, methodologies and best practices from some of the world’s most successful public relations measurement programs.

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Entry filed under: Communication evaluation, PR evaluation, Trainings, Seminars & Conferences.

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