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PRWeek Asia - The Mix | September 15th 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.

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Twitter: If brands and organizations don't take the lead on social, people will Twitter: If brands and organizations don't take the lead on social, people will
Brands urged to overcome their fears and learn to collaborate with agencies and platforms to boost their presence.
Why Asia's leaders are facing an internal comms crisis Why Asia's leaders are facing an internal comms crisis
Research presented by SapientNitro at Spikes Asia shows the disconnect between leaders and creative talent.
Cheil wins PR Grand Prix at Spikes Asia 2015 for Samsung work Cheil wins PR Grand Prix at Spikes Asia 2015 for Samsung work
Traditional PR names few and far between on creativity festival's winner's list.
Zeno names John Kerr chief digital officer Zeno names John Kerr chief digital officer
Kerr will continue to lead the APAC region alongside his new responsibilities
Opinion: The present technology era is coming to an end, but branding fundamentals remain Opinion: The present technology era is coming to an end, but branding fundamentals remain
Channels and platforms are a technicality and will change all the time, argues Raj Seth.
Rice Communications seals Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise PR deal Rice Communications seals Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise PR deal
Set up in May this year, the body aims to develop of a thriving social enterprise sector in Singapore
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