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PR agency bosses 'overlooking organic growth', Uber APAC head of comms exits, Cameron's comms challenge now rests on a knife edge

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UK Daily | May 11th 2015
10 things you need to know today
1. PR agency bosses 'overlooking organic growth'
2. Red hires Weber Shandwick's James Chandler as corporate and tech MD
3. Uber APAC head of comms Evelyn Tay exits
4. Will a majority Conservative Government be good for the PR industry? Vote in our poll
5. Business Growth Fund hires Pagefield for corporate comms brief
6. Montfort hires Duncan Learmouth and James Olley as senior consultants
7. Bell Pottinger and Brunswick's Mark Antelme launches Celicourt Communications
8. Brightside Group appoints Cicero for UK corporate work
9. Habitat for Humanity appoints Dissident for EMEA and Asia housing campaign
10. The Leading Hotels of the World appoints The Communications Store for UK brief
Afternoon reads
Cameron's comms challenge now rests on a knife edge Cameron's comms challenge now rests on a knife edge
It is the first full week of the new Government and after a weekend's rest, following a shock ending, we're now into Cameron - Part II. But will it be more of the same or will the franchise be taken off in a new direction?
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4. Casio puts G-Shock and Baby-G watch brands out to pitch
5. PRWeek and PRCA announce long-term strategic partnership to benefit industry

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