Register Now for the 2018 Summit on the Future of Communications Measurement, October 15-16, 2018

Put yourself in this picture:

Imagine spending a few days getting to know some of the smartest communications pros all of whom have designed and implemented state-of-the-art integrated communications dashboards. Now, picture yourself enjoying the beauty of fall in New England, a traditional lobster bake, and a bucolic setting on the banks of the Oyster River in Durham, New Hampshire. If you like that picture, register today for the 15th annual Summit on the Future of Communications Measurement, Paine Publishing’s annual conference that brings together the best minds in measurement for a lively discussion on how metrics and data can be used to improve communications programs.

Last year’s discussions included a lively discussion on whether PR Agencies that didn’t measure were doomed, the parallels between climate change and measurement, and lesson’s learned from implementing dashboards at Southwest, Cisco and AbbVie. If you want a taste of what previous Summits included read our coverage here for a sampling.

This year’s theme is “The Future of Integrated Communications Dashboards,” and speakers from Aflac, MGM Grand and the Department of National Defence of Canada and many other leading organizations will share stories of how they’ve designed and implemented dashboards to improve their communications programs.

Shankhassick Farm, Durham, New Hampshire

Shankhassick Farm, Durham, New Hampshire.

What makes the Summit unique isn’t just the high-level of discussion or its pastoral New England setting. With attendance limited to 50 attendees, the conversations are intimate and direct, providing unique insight into the trials and tribulations of implementing best-in-class communications measurement.

Spots are quickly filling up, so register now while there’s still space! Hope to see you there!  ∞

Painting of Shankhassick Farm by Bill Paarlberg.

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Katie Paine

I've been called The Queen Of Measurement, but I prefer Seshat, the Goddess.