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PRWeek launches Global Power Book, Edelman and Ketchum lead nominations for PR Lions, talent is 'sector's biggest challenge'

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UK Daily | June 22nd 2015
Ten things you need to know today
1. PRWeek outlines biggest players in world PR with launch of Global Power Book
2. Global Power Book: Talent is sector's biggest challenge
3. Edelman and Ketchum lead nominations for PR Lions as Cannes Lions gets underway
4. Airbus Group ends 20-year UK PR relationship as Powerscourt secures corporate brief
5. Skyscanner changes PR strategy with Fishburn appointment
6. Ten Alps hires FTI Consulting ahead of Reef Television acquisition as Bob Geldof exits
7. Ruder Finn wins Bronze Lion at Cannes Health
8. Weber Shandwick ups Chris Perry to chief digital officer
9. Stephanie Agresta to exit MSLGroup
10. M&C Saatchi Sport & Entertainment hires Stuart Donovan as planning director
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A newbie goes to Cannes
For the past few years, I've set aside the first week of March for my annual pilgrimage to Austin, Texas for Mexican food, barbecue and inspiration in the form of SXSW.
Say it ain't so, Mo Say it ain't so, Mo
I was struck by the words of Sky News' Simon Bucks at PRWeek's crisis communication conference when he said: "A crisis is a drama, and every drama needs heroes and villains."
Why Futureheads is all about the people Why Futureheads is all about the people
Digital recruitment company chief Be Kaler says communication and authenticity lie at its heart.
Away last week? Five things you may have missed
1. Conservative PR stalwarts Giles Kenningham and Caroline Preston take Downing Street comms roles
2. Grayling UK CEO Alison Clarke stands down after four years in role
3. Toyota backs Julie Hamp after drug arrest in Japan
4. Malaysia Airlines hires Faridah Hashim as head of corporate comms
5. Huge number of entries for PRWeek UK Awards

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