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The Future of PR: Join the Conversation on the 2012 European Communication Monitor results

October 12, 2012

 

You are interested in the future of the communication industry, particularly in how social media and ethical matters take ever more prominance?

 

On Wednesday, October 17, 2012 join us for this unique, free Webinar that explores the findings of the recent European Communication Monitor (ECM, the latest global survey of communications trends) and grow your understanding of your industry of choice, along with:

 

• Prof. Ralph Tench. Professor of Communication Education, PR and Communication, University of Leeds, UK

• Prof. Dr. Ansgar Zerfass, Professor of Communication Management, University of Leipzig, Germany

• Mr. Joachim Klewes, Senior Partner at Ketchum Pleon Germany

• Mr. Rod Cartwright, Director of Ketchum’s Global Corporate Practise, UK

 

The European Communication Monitor 2012 research is a major Euprera project which has attracted responses from professionals in 42 countries and provides insights into future developments of the field.

 

The webinar (held in English, two alternative sessions in the morning and the afternoon) is aimed at students and interns interested in the field of PR. During the webinar results from the ECM 2012 will be discussed and students will gain insights how to start a career in an international public relations agency.

 

For more information on how to join the free webinar, download the invitation