Institute of Practitioners in Advertising
|Purpose||Advertising media and marketing communications agencies in the United Kingdom|
|c. 300 agencies|
The Institute of Practitioners in Advertising (IPA) is one of the trade body and professional institute for agencies in the UK's advertising, media and marketing communications industry, covering the creative, digital marketing, direct marketing, healthcare, media, out-of-home advertising, sales promotion and sponsorship sectors. It currently has around 300 agency members.
The role of the IPA is to promote the value of agencies. It is a spokesman for the business. It also runs a number of programmes to define, help and maintain the highest possible standards of professional practice. This includes award schemes such as the IPA Effectiveness Awards, best practice guidelines, and surveys including the quarterly IPA Bellwether Report (compiled by Markit Economics), and annual IPA Agency Census. Its members have access to over 100 training courses, a variety of online and offline qualifications programmes and a full range of advisory services.
Founded in 1917, its members account for over 85 per cent of the media spend in the UK. All IPA members actively participate in the IPA's programme of continuing professional development.
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- Creative Industries Council
- IPA profile of Rory Sutherland
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