Francis Ingham wins AMEC’s Don Barthomelew Award


The Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) Director General Francis Ingham has been named winner of the International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communication’s (AMEC) Don Bartholomew Award for 2021.

The Award – AMEC’s most prestigious accolade – recognises outstanding service to the communication measurement and evaluation industry. Previous recipients include Jim Macnamara, John Croll, Allyson Hugley, and Sandra Macleod.

The news was revealed at a virtual ceremony for the 2021 AMEC Awards, the industry’s global award programme for communications measurement.

PRCA Director General Francis Ingham MPRCA said:

“I am deeply honoured and thoroughly delighted to receive the Don Bartholomew Award. Effective measurement and evaluation lies at the heart of our industry’s future, and the PRCA and ICCO have no more important partner than AMEC. AMEC’s work over the past decades has been fundamental in driving up standards within PR, and it’s been my pleasure to have contributed to that progress in a small way.”

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