Research reveals blind spots in PR and comms

An international survey has revealed the knowledge and skills gaps facing communication professionals in Europe. The 2017 European Communication Monitor survey collected data from across 50 countries and explored trends like visualisation, social bots, hypermodernity and benchmarking for strategic communications.

Write a dissertation, win an award

PR students have until 30 April to submit abstracts for a chance to win the 2012 Euprera Jos Willems Award.

Researching the challenges facing comms professionals

What are the main ethical challenges for communication professionals in the 21st century? Which competencies, qualification needs and strategic issues are relevant within the next months? Are integrated communications and one voice policies obsolete in the age of social media? These and other questions will be answered by the European Communication Monitor, the largest survey […]

Student bloggers offered rewards for writing

As part of its EuroBlog investigation into the impact of social media on public relations practice, Euprera will make three awards at its February Symposium at Ghent, in Belgium, February 2010. Each winner will receive a prize of 250€.

Survey identifies new challenges for PR

Professor Ralph Tench at Leeds Business School, Leeds Metropolitan University has produced a report on the findings from the largest research project into European Communication Managers’ perceptions of the practice in 2008.