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PRWeek Asia - The Mix | June 2nd 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
Why Asia's business leaders need to be better storytellers Why Asia's business leaders need to be better storytellers
It takes practice and preparation to communicate like Warren Buffet and Sheryl Sandberg, argues Damien Ryan
Digital gains credibility in Japan's PR market Digital gains credibility in Japan's PR market
As Japanese brands - and people - embrace social media tools, digital comms is now a major player in the PR sector.
R3 China study: Ruder Finn tops "client-side endorsements" R3 China study: Ruder Finn tops
Firm polls highly for performance, while Ogilvy tops the charts for perception in Greater China
Late payments drain the lifeblood of industry growth Late payments drain the lifeblood of industry growth
It is time to call time on late payments and unethical payment terms that damage the whole industry.
For PRWeek subscribers only
1. Avian Media appointed as Sony India's strategic communications partner
2. Indian heatwave: PR execs on the government's "reactionary" and "too little, too late" comms response
3. Integral PR announces senior leadership changes
4. Martin Sorrell's pay 'exceptionally high,' according to investor adviser
5. Agencies assessing Changi Airport's communications tender
6. Why FIFA sponsors should kick comms toward social
7. Golin Singapore names Mukherjee executive creative director
8. Petrie PR joins WorldWise PR Affiliates
   

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