Ornico (AMEC’s only full member in Africa) will provide an overview of the AMEC measurement principles, the updated measurement platform and framework as well as best practices that will replace AVEs as a measurement tool in the PR industry. The discussion will also provide an overview of AMEC’s Barcelona 2.0 Best Measurement and Evaluation Principles, as well as the Integrated Evaluation Framework.
South African brands and youth met at the buzzing Sandton Convention Centre for the annual Sunday Times Generation Next Conference on 11 May 2017. This is an invaluable platform for brands to check themselves and measure whether their messaging from advertising, PR to advertising actually has a positive effect on youth.
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