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This is a summary from Speed's Control in the Age of Anarchy event. Alastair Campbell joined Speed to discuss the future of public relations and social media and participate in a panel discussion ...

This is a summary from Speed's Control in the Age of Anarchy event. Alastair Campbell joined Speed to discuss the future of public relations and social media and participate in a panel discussion attended by some of the UK's top communications professionals at major brands. From more information see: http://wadds.co/xf3pSz

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  • Thank you. These issues, and how corporate communications teams are responding, will be explored further in our Reputation 20/20 project this year. Let the story step forward.speed Communications6th floor, the Communications building48 leicester square, london WC2h 7lt