'40 Under 40' bodes well for the present and future of PR

For all of the industry fretting about talent - and the absence of the necessary amount of PR pros in the five-to-eight year experience range to fill ranks - compiling our inaugural 40 Under 40 list was difficult only in one manner: it was hard making the final cut.

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