ESMA was founded with the aim to connect social marketing people, research and practice at the European level.

By creating a community where people practicing and researching social marketing in Europe can connect with other colleagues to share experiences, knowledge, findings, methods, and practices ESMA endeavours to contribute to the development, evidence base and promotion of the social marketing discipline in Europe. ESMA aims:
  • to establish a community of Social Marketers in Europe
  • to enhance and facilitate knowledge and experience exchange in the different fields of social and behaviour change
  • to promote the use of social marketing as an approach to social change in Europe

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    New iSMA webinar

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    From ‘So What?’ to ‘Wow!’ How Co-creation Energises Audience Research January 23, 2018 With Rita Brophy, from Red B/SMS Research (United Kingdom). Rita Brophy, from Red B/SMS Research, UK, will share how embedding co-creation techniques into audience research uncovered the actionable insights used to design two programmes in Dudley, UK. In one, a multi-disciplinary team that included members of the community co-created the strategies, tone and delivery of a campaign to increase acceptability of breastfeeding in public. Post-campaign results showed...
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    ESMC 2018 registration now live!

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    Early Registration for the 4th European Social Marketing Conference (ESMC) 2018 is now live! Early Registration Rate €295.00 available until March 2018 (Conference Full Rate €369.00 applicable after March 2018) Early Bird Association Member rate €260.00 available until March 2018 (ESMA members should contact the European Social Marketing Association or check newsletters for the discount code). Student Rate €195.00 What does your registration include? Full attendance to both plenary days of the conference (6 – 7 September 2018) Access to...
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    Social Marketing Quarterly new issue

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    Latest issue of SMQ includes contributions on the story of social marketing in Europe; the use of industry marketing research to understand people at risk; flu vaccination; customer willingness to pay for improved flame-based cookstove features in South Africa, and the use of Delphi method for consensus building in social marketing. Check the Journal website for full access to the articles. Read more

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