The Asia-Pacific Communication Monitor
is a joint project by leading professional
and academic organisations in the field.




EUPRERA

EUPRERA is an autonomous international community of public relations researchers based in Brussels with nearly 500 members from 40 countries interested in advancing academic research and knowledge in the field. The organization provides a framework for cross-national research collaboration. Various groups of professors use EUPRERA to run the European Communication Monitor since 2007, and the Latin American Communication Monitor established in 2014. EUPRERA has initiated the APCM survey and gathered a research group of independent academics in the region and a core research team. www.euprera.org


Quadriga

Quadriga University of Applied Sciences trains modern communications managers for leadership positions in politics and business. International master’s programs, seminars and distance-education courses are offered in various regions of the world. It is part of Quadriga Media Group, which supports various professional organisations and publishes Communication Director magazine www.quadriga.eu


APACD

The Asia-Pacific Association of Communication Directors (APACD) provides a peer network for mid- to senior-level communication professionals from all fields and industries across the Asia-Pacific region to discuss and formulate solutions to current communication challenges. The association fosters ongoing professional qualification and promotes the reputation of the profession. The APACD hosts the Asia-Pacific Communications Summit each autumn, the major networking event for executives in the field in the region. www.apacd.com

PRIME Research

PRIME Research is a global leader in strategic communication research with operations in nine research hubs and serving clients in 35 countries in the Americas, Western and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Australia and Asia. PRIME leverages its corporate and brand reputation research expertise to foster better communications and business decision-making. www.prime-research.com