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Income Targets: Comms Entrepreneurs, Income Warriors and Three Paths Forward

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The results of a recent Granicus survey showed that public sector communications teams are operating on a divided landscape where a new school of comms entrepreneurs is emerging. The data from the survey revealed three paths forward for how comms teams can respond to restricted budgets. Check out this whitepaper to learn the role commercialisation is playing in how local governments reassess and adapt how they generate income and save money.

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