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Society for New Communications Research Blog

Jun
01
2017

Corporate Communications Practices Survey Is Now Open

By Alex ParkinsonSNCRBlog

The 2017 Corporate Communications Practices Survey is open for submissions from U.S.-based public companies. Conducted by The Conference Board and the Society for New Communications Research (SNCR), and endorsed by the Institute for Public Relations (IPR), CommPRO.biz, and PR News, the survey contains 59 questions and will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. Click here to get started.

Take the survey today and you will be entered into a raffle for a complimentary pass to a conference of your choice. Survey findings will be detailed in Corporate Communication Practices: 2018 Edition, scheduled to be released in early 2018.  A PDF of this final report will also be emailed to you at no cost.

Your participation is confidential. The survey will ask you to indicate whether you would like your company to be listed in the final report as a participant. However, you can choose to participate anonymously. In either case, be assured that the report will only discuss aggregate findings and that your company’s name will not be associated with any of the findings. In addition, none of the information you provide in the survey will be shared with third parties.

The 2017 Corporate Communications Survey

If you wish to save the responses you have provided and return at a later time, select “Next” at the bottom of your current page and, once the next page loads, close your browser. When you are ready to resume the survey, click again on the link above from the same computer and you will be directed to where you left off.

Thank you for your participation in this important study.



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