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PRWeek Asia - The Mix | August 4th 2015

The Mix is a weekly bulletin from PRWeek Asia, offering a selection of free articles, plus a look at the content available only to subscribers.

This week's mix
Southeast Asia "fallen behind" when measuring digital campaigns Southeast Asia
Only 28 per cent of survey respondents happy with how campaigns are measured and half say it's difficult to get accurate stats
The PR week: The good, the bad and the bizarre from the last seven days The PR week: The good, the bad and the bizarre from the last seven days
Your rapid-fire review of the global goings-on in PR, as viewed by PRWeek Asia editor Gary Scattergood.
Words of warning for marketers courting China's millennials Words of warning for marketers courting China's millennials
Speak their language, not yours, communications professionals are warned as more young entrepreneurs strike out on their own.
Yahoo: 'Forget the PR buzz, we don't communicate unless we can add value' Yahoo: 'Forget the PR buzz, we don't communicate unless we can add value'
PR director in charge of product launches says firm only communicates when it can add value to users, advertisers or investors.
Text100 Singapore awarded Pioneer and iQNECT communications deals Text100 Singapore awarded Pioneer and iQNECT communications deals
Agency will manage integrated campaigns for the car entertainment and mobile technology companies
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1. The Big Interview: Burson-Marsteller Asia-Pacific CEO Margaret Key
2. Chime Communications agrees to sell to WPP and Providence for £374m
3. The Council of Public Relations Firms of Hong Kong unveils new board
4. Meltwater appoints Sling & Stone for Australia and New Zealand PR campaign
5. Zeno Group Malaysia appoints Suffian Rahman as creative director
6. The Edge seeks judicial review to overturn Malaysian government's printing ban
7. Malaysia Airlines and Boeing issue guarded statements over possible MH370 wreckage
8. J Austin & Associates ends work with Cecil the Lion's killer after one day
   

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