PR Awards 2011: Corporate Social Responsibility

April 2012
Campaign Asia-Pacific;Apr2012, p66
The article announces that public relations (PR) campaigns including one from Westpac Media Relations Team, one from N/A, and one from Mindshare Hong Kong have received the Corporate Social Responsibility awards at the 2011 PR Awards.


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