How I see it

July 2010
PRWeek (London);7/9/2010, p13
Trade Publication
The author comments on public spending cuts in Great Britain and the opportunity it presents to the public relations (PR) industry in ensuring the effectiveness of PR in delivering positive behavioural change.


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