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PublicAffairsAsia Launches Digital Essays from Thought Leaders, Featuring GA Chair, Colin Farrington

May 5, 2009

 

The 34-page online edition, which can be viewed here (http://www.e-pages.dk/publicaffairsasia/1/) includes comment and insight from senior practitioners including John Russell, Weber Shandwick's executive vice president in Asia, and Jitender Barghava, communications chief with Air India. In total nine top level practitioners present fresh thinking on global governmental relations, public relations and corporate communications - with themes covered including trust in the engagement process, healthcare PR in China and the key PA differences between East and West.

Commenting on the publication, Augure's Asia vice president Terence Lyons says: "As the communications and public affairs professions come to terms with increasingly globalised decision-making processes, made more instant by the rise of social media, the issue of corporate reputation becomes ever more critical. From crisis communications to government relations, the contributors to this special edition showcase best practice, challenge existing thinking and help shape future discussion among industry leaders of tomorrow. Ultimately this edition allows industry leaders to communicate high level experience effectively across the public affairs, public relations and corporate communications sectors in Asia and beyond."