For the first time, and as VMA Group continues to expand its international reach with offices in Brussels and Amsterdam, the study will also include major organisations across Europe. In addition, and due to VMA Group’s rapid growth in this area, the report will be expanded to include Asia Pac in the future.
Open to Directors of Communications (so please forward the link on if that’s not you) across all sectors until Friday 28th June, the report will provide companies with an insight into the communications departments of a variety of large businesses across Europe. In addition, the BLCS will identify the current trends and challenges being faced by the industry, as well as giving visibility to key issues that will affect communications over the next two years.
Claire Tuffin, Group Managing Director commented: “The BLCS study is the first of its kind to bring together this level of insight and knowledge from senior communications professionals. It offers huge value to all businesses by providing a unique perspective on how competitors, as well as communications teams across other sectors, are operating and optimising performance.”
Leslie McGibbon, VP, Global Communications, Consumer Healthcare at GlaxoSmithKline called BLCS 2012, “A must-read report for senior corporate communications practitioners”.
Following the report’s publication all respondents are invited to attend an exclusive event aimed at bringing together the Europe’s most senior communications professionals.
To find out more, go to http://www.blcs2013.com/