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PR Analytics Manchester 2016


Wednesday, September 28, 2016 from 8:45 AM to 1:30 PM (BST)

PR Analytics Manchester 2016

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For the full speaker programme, please scroll down beneath the form below.

If you have problems booking this conference, or require further information, please call on 01243 371368 or email bensmith@prmoment.com. Our offices are open 9am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday.

Due to high demand, we have to limit the number of tickets per organisation to three.

The address for this seminar is: The Studio, 51 Lever Street, Manchester, M1 1FN

8.45am Registration
9.00am Chairpersons Introduction: Ben Smith
9.10am How better evaluation has increased the effectiveness of government communications
Alex Aiken, Executive Director, Government Communications

How PR agencies can use a measurement framework for their clients
Andy West, Group Chief Development Officer, Hotwire


Panel: Is the measurement of PR improving?

  • An in-house perspective
    Amanda Coleman, Greater Manchester Police
  • Three reasons why the measurement of the value of public relations has come a long way in a short time
    Sam Gregory, B2B Managing Director, Tangerine
  • The measurement vendor’s perspective
    Jeremy Thompson, CEO (EMEA & India) Cision / PR Newswire and Chairman, AMEC 
  • Five free tools to power up your measurement
    Rick Guttridge, MD, Smoking Gun PR
11.20am Networking and coffee break

Future gazing: The intersection of communications and data
Jeremy Thompson, CEO (EMEA & India) Cision / PR Newswire and Chairman, AMEC


Top tips on how to use AMEC’s Integrated Measurement Framework
Richard Bagnall, CEO, PRIME Research UK & SVP PRIME Research Europe and Board Director, AMEC (The International Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communications)

  • Identifying the best social media metrics for each stage of the marketing funnel
  • Why metrics should always support the business and/or program objectives
  • What are the best sources of data when measuring social media
  • A guide to using AMEC's business and channel metrics framework
  • A guide to using AMEC's Paid, Owned and Earned (PESO) metrics framework

Implementing a robust measurement process in an in–house communications team
Russ Brady, Head of Group Public Relations, The Co Op


How Kellogg’s measures its corporate reputation using data and analytics
Paul Wheeler, Director of Corporate Communications, UK and Republic of Ireland, Kellogg's

Outcome measurement: How Kellogg’s Corporate Reputation Survey is structured and what are the KPIs

  • Output measurement: What communications output measurements does Kellogg’s use
  • Consumers don’t hear in silos: so don’t attempt to measure in silos
  • Why in an FMCG market isolating the impact your different marketing communications channels is very difficult and perhaps pointless
1.30pm Chairpersons closing remarks
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The Studio,
51 Lever Street,
M1 1FN
United Kingdom

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 from 8:45 AM to 1:30 PM (BST)

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