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John Lewis hires Pagefield, WGSN appoints Ogilvy, Bellenden hires Balfour Beatty's Laura Fox as director of corporate affairs

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UK Daily | May 18th 2015
Eight things you need to know today
1. John Lewis hires Pagefield as first dedicated corporate comms agency
2. WGSN appoints Ogilvy PR as first retained agency for global brief
3. Bellenden hires Balfour Beatty's Laura Fox as director of corporate affairs
4. Storm Technologies hires Capella PR to launch 'ethical' search engine 'to rival Google'
5. Instinct PR enhances client list with Ultimo win
6. Deadline nears for PRWeek Awards entries
7. Gear4music hires MHP ahead of planned stock market flotation
8. Leonard Cheshire Disability hires Macmillan's Gus Baldwin to corporate affairs role
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3. Spotify appoints The Romans as retained UK agency following four-month review
4. Twitter comms director Rachael Horwitz joins Facebook
5. PR agency bosses 'overlooking organic growth'

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