About Us

  • AMEC


    Introduction to AMEC

    The International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC) is the fast-growing global trade body and professional institute for agencies and practitioners who provide media evaluation and communication research. It has grown into a trade body whose purpose is to define and develop the industry on an international scale with better professional standards for both companies and individuals.  AMEC now has members in 38 countries. Click  here to download our Membership Kit.


    The AMEC logo is regarded as an international mark of excellence in the provision of media evaluation and communication research services to clients. All the leading companies in the industry now carry this hallmark thus satisfying AMEC’s founding strategic objectives.


    AMEC provides a number of key business benefits to its members, who are bound by a Code of Practice to maintain the highest standards of professionalism. Increasingly AMEC’s approach is through Knowledge Share, as demonstrated by its new Knowledge Share website with content sourced from around the world and a Video Library of clips from the European Summit 2010 and the “Big Ask” social media measurement conference  held in London. The KS site also has IPR White Papers and other reports from around the world.

  • Download Speaker Presentations
  • How to download photographs

    Photographs will be available to view and download from 12.00 British Summer Time on Thursday 14 June and Friday 15 June.

    View and download photographs:
    Email/username: paul@sherwood.ie
    Password: P4ul5h3rwood

    To view the entire AMEC album click on view all in the bar above the pictures.

    To download a picture, double click on the image, right click and ‘save image as’ and save to your chosen location.
  • What to do in Dublin - where to go?

    Kantar Media Ireland has put together a guide of what to see, where to go and some of their favourite bars and restaurants.
    Click here to download The Guide to Dublin