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Eleven things you need to know today
1. Premier League launches new visual identity as it seeks agency to reposition brand
2. Will devolution change the public affairs agenda?
3. UK PR agencies: Time running out to be included in Top 150 report
4. How to make friends and influence business growth: UK agencies form alliances to help global growth
5. International Expansion: Sherlock Comms does the samba in Sao Paulo
6. International Expansion: Grayling journeys into the Serengeti with Kenya office
7. UK PR pros: What's your view of your employer? Let us know in PRCA and PRWeek survey
8. Edelman's Nancy Ruscheinski moves to Zeno Group as first COO
9. Weber Shandwick London restructures with expanded roles for MDs Lucie Harper and Emma Thompson
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11. In Brief: NEFF hires Golin, AA calls in Rhizome, TVC wins Landbay, Pharo joins 72Point, GingerComms, Beattie, PR Agency One
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