Vivaldi wins Sports Industry Awards Asia 2017 Best Sport Event Supplier Thailand

Bangkok, 8 October 2017 – Vivaldi Integrated Public Relations, the leading Human and Digital Communications agency delivering Public Relations, Digital and Social services in Thailand, has been recognized with the Best Sport Event Supplier Thailand Silver at the Asia 2017 Sports Industry Awards (SPIA).


Joseph Henry, CEO of Vivaldi Integrated Public Relations, said, “We’re absolutely delighted to be recognized by the respected regional judges from Asia 2017 Sports Industry Awards again.  In 2016, Vivaldi was the Gold winner for Best Sports PR Agency in Thailand.  To be recognized against a more competitive field as the Best Sport Event Supplier is truly an honour.  All credit has to go out to my team who work passionately and tirelessly for our sports industry clients.”


SPIA Asia 2017’s award was open to professional sport event organizers, agencies and brands including in-house event departments of corporate organizations delivering major sport campaigns in terms of creativity, planning execution and adding sporting value to the region. Vivaldi was selected based on the key criteria: “the function of the organization in guaranteeing successful events from development to implementation” (SPIA).


Henry added “This year, we remain the agency of record for the Phuket King’s Cup Regatta, and have been retained by Warrix, manufacturer of the Thai international football team’s official jersey. Vivaldi also this year handled aspects of PR, communications, media logistics, social media and influencer support for the Music Run Thailand and Tri-Factor Triathlon series, both part of large regional programs.  We’ve achieved consistent full service PR, Digital and Social Media for our clients successes and will continue to work with top sports event organizers and brands to deliver standout results.  Vivaldi’s sports practice has thrived as the popularity of participations sports amongst Thais has expanded exponentially.  ”


The SPIA Asia 2017 edition was open to entrants from 47 Asian countries.  Winners at the Gala Awards event included Lagardere Sports, Tennis Australia, Laguna Phuket, Adidas and Chelsea Football Club.  Vivaldi won the award for its work in Thailand, having delivered superb publicity, social, digital and influencer results for major sporting events, such as the Phuket King’s Cup Regatta.   The Regatta is one of Thailand’s signature sports event.


SPIA Asia is endorsed by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports, the Sports Authority of Thailand and organized by MMC Sportz LLC


About Vivaldi Integrated Public Relations

Vivaldi Integrated Public Relations connects companies and brands to millions of customers and stakeholders      through bespoke digital and social media, events, consumer activations and traditional public relations strategies.  Content created from its award-winning PR strategies combined with the client’s own content and messaging, Vivaldi’s strategic use of Paid, Earned, Shared and Owned media creates multiple channel exposure, engagement           and return on investment.


Photo:  Joseph Henry, Chief Executive Officer, Vivaldi Integrated Public Relations (Center), received  the  Best Sport Event Supplier in Thailand Silver at the SPIA Asia – Asia’s Sports Industry Awards & Conference 2017 at Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld.

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Email marketing is still a go. Just improve it.

Email is the driving force of digital marketing campaigns. It delivers both essential and possibly useful or interesting information to customers and potential customers across the world from brands they know or brands they don’t. Although definitely the most traditional of all new-media type marketing channels, email has, almost from its inception, had a bad rep because of scammers using email for phishing (or the classic ol’ Nigeria 419; remember that one?). However, it’s certainly fascinating that so many companies rely on it both as their most trusted chancel, and sometimes (or rather, often?) their most successful channel.

It’s currently enjoying a bit of resurgence due to the following reasons:


  • Solicited Consent

Email CAN be your most valuable piece of owned media. Your subscriber list consists of customers, potential customers, ex-customers and some random people (let’s say random data, to be kinder). Many of these guys and gals would have given you their permission to contact them; this list is valuable because it represents solicited consent. They want you to contact to them, enrich them with your knowledge sharing and also, in reality, to sell to them.


  • If money matters, then ROI doesn’t get any cheaper

Email marketing is still the best digital marketing channel for return on investment because the cost is so low. Costs can be heavy in terms of time invested though, if your lists are massive and contain a lot of non-valuable connection. However, if one conversion can give you potentially lucrative and ongoing value, why would you not?  And repeatedly so. If done well, EDM marketing can still kill.


  • It can usually be much better

According to Ascend2’s 2017 State of Email Marketing report, just 40% of marketers could honestly say their programs were as good as they could be. Leading EDM marketers who are enjoying winning multiple new customer accounts through their carefully positioned and researched EDM composition and delivery work STILL never stop sculpting and improving them. Also, do not miss the chance to tailor it for specific subsets or target groups by market.



As per a recent study by Yes Lifecycle Marketing, it is now know that 89% of marketing respondents stated email as one of their top three business priorities in 2018. This is particularly noteworthy given the last six years of fevered investment into funding social and engagement campaigns. Maybe people finally realized that likes don’t mean sales, and IG followings in their millions are not real. It’s great to know email marketing continues to be the bedrock for successful new client reach.


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The Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Bespoke department is an extraordinary collective of designers, engineers and craftspeople, who bring the marque’s discerning and influential patrons’ most ambitious and personal visions to reality.


Today, almost every motor car that leaves the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, England, is Bespoke. 2017 was the year that Rolls-Royce elevated Bespoke to unprecedented new levels, resulting in one of the most significant years for Bespoke in the 114-year history of the brand. What follows is a snapshot of some of the finest examples of Bespoke design and craftsmanship to be completed by the luxury house over the past 12 months.




Rolls-Royce ‘Sweptail’, the realisation of one customer’s coachbuilt dream. Premiered in 2017, ‘Sweptail’ is a compelling representation of true luxury, taking Bespoke coachbuild personalisation to new heights. The result of a collaboration between patron and artisan, ‘Sweptail’s’ bold design embraces the marque’s heritage as the world’s leading coachbuilder whilst reaffirming its pinnacle position in Bespoke personalisation.


This automotive equivalent of Haute Couture draws on the lineage of 1920s and 1930s Rolls-Royce motor cars. The client’s vision was for a coachbuilt two seater coupé featuring a large panoramic glass roof. The result is a contemporary masterpiece.


The grille, milled from solid aluminium, presents a distinct formality. The side profile of ‘Sweptail’ defines its stately character, whilst the rear taper of the motor car pays homage to the world of racing yachts, shaping a completely new perception of a dramatic Rolls-Royce coupé.The elegant and characterising rear culminates in the registration number 08, milled from ingots of aluminium and hand polished to a mirror finish.


‘Sweptail’ is a personal, Bespoke, motor car like no other.


New Phantom and ‘The Gallery’ – An Art Gallery on Wheels


New Rolls-Royce Phantom was unveiled to global critical acclaim in 2017. At the heart of the motor car’s design aesthetic is ‘The Gallery’, a contemporary and luxury reinterpretation of a motor car’s dashboard and instrument panel.


An application of glass runs uninterrupted across the fascia providing an unprecedented opportunity to present artwork, within your motor car. ‘The Gallery’ is an innovation that furthers Rolls-Royce’s unparalleled Bespoke vision and mastery of materials and craft.


Dawn and Wraith at Porto Cervo


Two unique motor cars were created in honour of the 2017 Rolls-Royce Summer Studio, Porto Cervo, Sardinia. A Bespoke Dawn Drophead Coupé and a Wraith Black Badge were commissioned to encapsulate the essence of this beguiling island.


Dawn adopted a nautical theme, evoking emotions of a languid Mediterranean sojourn. The Porto Cervo motif, encrusted with genuine Sapphires and Mother of Pearl, is embedded into the front facia of the motor car. The navy blue and arctic white hues complement an expanse of teak, including the decking and floor.


The Porto Cervo Wraith playfully emulates Sardinia’s night time ambience. A two-tone Diamond Black exterior is contrasted with gloss and matt paint applications, while black woven leather door panniers infer Wraith Black Badge’s dark and complex character, under the night sky.


‘Spirit of Calligraphy’ Ghost


A special one-off commission unveiled in Dubai in 2017, the Bespoke ‘Spirit of Calligraphy’ Ghost draws its design inspiration from the ancient art of Arabic calligraphy. Words are harmoniously moulded into shapes, creating a unique effect where texts and images become one. Sir Henry Royce’s resonant words “Take the best that exists and make it better. When it does not exist, design it”, in their Arabic form are shaped into Rolls-Royce’s flying mascot, the Spirit of Ecstasy. The calligraphy motif, created by renowned artist Khaled Al Saai, features as a silver inlay on the centre panel and as embroidery on the rear centre seat, amidst an eye-catching array of Turchese, Black and Arctic White leathers.




Commissioned for an individual collector, the Ghost ‘Elegance’ raised the bar of Bespoke by becoming the first Rolls-Royce to be finished in a paint infused with diamonds. The flanks of the motor car are highlighted with Mugello Red and Black twin coachlines, reflected inside with black leather seats and accents in Mugello Red, carried through stitching on the doors and piping on the seats. The detailed fascia of smooth open-pore Tudor Oak veneer is also complemented with a Mugello Red single stitch along the top of the dashboard, and finished with a Bespoke clock.


‘Dawn in Fuxia’


In 2017, US collector Michael Fux was presented with his tenth Bespoke model from Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. Following a visit to Pebble Beach in 2016, where he collected a cluster of eye-catching fuchsia petals, he challenged the Bespoke team at Goodwood with a commission to bring a striking new colour to Dawn. Subsequently unveiled during The Quail automotive gathering in California, the vibrant ‘Dawn in Fuxia’ represents the addition of another unique hue to the Rolls-Royce Colour Collection, and is reserved exclusively for Mr. Fux to use. His most recent commission is his second Dawn, having collected the first – in one-off ‘Fux Blue’ – in 2016. Reminiscent of that car, the interior of ‘Dawn in Fuxia’ is trimmed in stunning Arctic White leather.


‘Dawn B50’ for Hotel Byblos


In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Hotel Byblos in Saint-Tropez in 2017, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars revealed the ‘Dawn B50’, a highly Bespoke and unique motor car inspired by the warmth and vibrancy of the Côte d’Azur. Commissioned by the Hotel Byblos as the automotive ‘Jewel of Saint-Tropez’, the Dawn B50 exudes two dominant exterior colours. The lustrous combination was developed exclusively to celebrate the hotel’s anniversary, along with bespoke door treadplates and a unique hand-painted coachline on each side bearing the ‘B50’ logo. The sophisticated interior takes inspiration from the intense Mediterranean sun, with vibrant tangerine tones that accentuate the dashboard and echo the stitching across the seat upholstery and floor mats.


Homage to a special Silver Dawn


Prominently displayed at the Home of Rolls-Royce is a remarkably rare 1952 Silver Dawn Drophead Coupé, one of very few ever made. It was sold new to a customer in Canada, and in 2017 a commission for a new Dawn from the same country led to a beautiful homage to this particular car in its 65th anniversary year.


Finished in two-tone Midnight Sapphire and Jubilee Silver, the new Dawn closely emulates the original finishes of the 1952 motor car, with a Bespoke painted coachline, broken for the first time on a Rolls-Royce. Inside, Selby Grey and Navy leather are combined with Crossbanded Walnut Burr veneer, closely matched to the original. The finishing touches include a Bespoke clock with ‘1952’ lettering and a Spirit of Ecstasy veneer inlay.


Inspiration from South Korea


The ‘Bespoke Collection for Korea’ unveiled at the British Embassy in Seoul, embraced the aesthetic heritage of South Korea with a contemporary flare. The Ghost Seoul Edition reflects colours that grace the country’s Taegukgi national flag, finished in bright Andalusian White with a twin coachline in Cobalto Blue and Mugello Red – along with a hand-painted Bespoke motif that captures the silhouette of the iconic Namsan Seoul Tower. Inside, the black leather is complemented by contrasting bands in Arctic White, as well as blue and red highlights for stitching and piping.


The ‘Wraith Busan Edition’ is inspired by the hues of the coastal city of the same name, with a two-tone exterior in Royal Blue and Jubilee Silver that conjures up the shimmer of the surrounding sea. The rear pillar motif echoes the delicate latticework of traditional Korean ‘hanok’ screen doors, and is also carried inside the car across the dashboard. Emulating the dusk sky across nearby mountain ranges, a single coachline in Blushing Pink draws attention to the shoulder line. The colour is also applied to the seat stitching, instrument panel and ‘RR’ headrest monograms inside, as the final flourish to the Selby Grey and Cobalto Blue upholstery.


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All change with Facebook and its algorithm for advertisers

Facebook’s recent purge of clickbait and the reprioritizing of deep content and posts by friends could make quality content relevant on the platform once more.

Facebook is forcing people to create quality and relevant content. The social media giant recently unveiled its biggest news feed algorithm change to date; it now favors content from friends and family over posts from companies and politicized material. So where does this leave advertisers?

Facebook has said that the new changes will not affect paid posts on the platform, although CPM (cost per 1000 impressions) may increase. The changes are aimed at removing clickbait; those annoying shouty adds that use either controversial titles or make ridiculous claims as to the product’s benefits. They have long frustrated users, often appearing higher in the news feed than posts from friends or loved ones. Facebook won’t admit it publically, but it’s an effort to stem people moving away from the site, which some see as now being an endlessly repetitive space for dreary pointlessness, and so don’t bother to look at it.

Brands already know that they get little visibility from unpaid content on Facebook. Organic content doesn’t work as well as paid posts for sure. However the new move may make some headway into leaning back into these two truisms. Brands will probably have to abandon push marketing and create content that potential customers value or wish to see.

There is a lot of concern in the online space with marketers globally surrounding this issue. Many are preparing to advise clients to move part of their tactical spend to Instagram, Snapchat or other channels. This is interesting as it may turn out to create the exact result that Facebook didn’t want, and so the situation will continue to evolve.

We would say that there is no cause for panic. The correct content (now able to be deeper, of better quality and therefore better able to connect to consumers in our clients’ target markets) and correctly targeted will continue to drive success for brand building and sales growth on the FB channel.

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Vivaldi CEO competes in the largest race in Southeast Asia, to finally claim first prize

DESPITE its awful past, the infamous River Kwai’s ‘death’ railway built by WWII prisoners is an ideal location for the River Kwai Trophy Adventure Race, the largest race in Southeast Asia.

Vivaldi CEO was not always into endurance sports, but after becoming overweight and unhealthy he decided to get fit and enter the race for the first time. That was 11 years ago. It was the toughest thing he’d ever done, but was hooked from then on.

In 2015, his friend Ross Cain and he decided to team up under the name “Atlast” with the purpose of winning the Grand Masters of the River Kwai Race. He was super-fit, coming off cycling the 1200 km Audax France in under 70 hours. They trained hard in the midday sun for five hours at a time, so by race day were in top shape. Despite a serious cycling crash in which Ross cracked his elbow and Joseph had a concussion, they came in 3rd place.

In 2016, they tried again, leading the race for five hours until Joseph’s legs cramped in the final river swim just a few hundred meters from the finish line. It hurt to lose like that.

At the registration for 2017, they saw teams entering from Thailand, Hong Kong, Malaysia and France. That night, a huge tropical storm rolled in. In an adventure race, you don’t know distances, routes or order of the swim, bike, kayak, obstacles or trails. You just deal with it as it comes. In this year’s race, they started with a run that crossed the Bridge over the River Kwai to the main plaza where tourists looked on.

When the MC finally announced at the finish, “Team Atlast has finished in 1st place in the Grand Masters Division”, hands rose in the air and both team members shouted at the top of their lungs! It has been 11 years in the making and finally a first ever win. The team had conquered Asia’s Largest Race at the Bridge over the River Kwai!


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How to select your ideal PR Agency

The global PR landscape is going through quite an aggressive restructure at the moment, with escalating levels of competition, price wars, and shorter term retainers becoming the norm. However, agencies focused on quality and value still are proving to be important partners for clients. Smaller agencies in particular are able to offer detailed and highly tailored assistance to clients through thick and thin, as they grow together in partnership.

1.)  Word of mouth

The most successful agencies are the ones who have long been known for producing a good standard of work over many years. In fact a lot of agency business comes via this method instead of through SEO or digital marketing. This is also the most credible basis for making decisions on which agency to use.

2.)  Get to know the team

Ask to see the Account Director and the Account Managers who will be looking after you. It is great to meet the CEO in the meeting pitch, but he or she is unlikely to be dealing with the account on a regular basis. If you want digital services adding to the package, meet that team also.

3.)  Visit their office

Visiting their premises after the first initial meeting at your own HQ will give you an indication of the scale of the business, and the sort of work it is able to do. If the agency claims to be creative but the office environment is sterile, they may be better suited to writing FS press releases.

4.)  Awards are good, but look for case studies

There are a lot of regional and industry awards in the PR industry calendar, and some are no more than money-making rackets for the award organizers. Check thoroughly on the PR company website for actual concluded projects and the results they achieved with them. Real life tangible successful projects are much more valuable than a slew of awards you’ve never heard of.

5.)  Results and clarity

You must clearly define goals at the beginning of the relationship. This may be based on daily and monthly KPI targets; it may be more transgressive (in a positive way,) less objective or less conventional, such as in the case of your own business visibility performance being tied to the agency’s channel efforts. This is a new approach which is now becoming effective due to increasingly sophisticated metrics and AI technology.


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5 quick tips for converting regular clients into eager ambassadors

Word of mouth has always been the cheapest and most reliable way of picking up new customer accounts or client contracts dollar for dollar. Having a loyal brand fan sell on your behalf, simply because they like your service, also provides you with the perfect channel to market free of marketing costs and delivered via a credible, third-party non-affiliate. What’s not to like?

Here are some leverage tips:

1. Keep up with the Comms commitment and stay vocal

Whilst you can get referrals once in a while when a friend asks a friend if they know anyone who proves a certain service, remaining bright, at the forefront and with top-of-mind recall is the best way to replicate this success over and over. On social media, be chatty and interactive instead of just pushing business messages out against a communications plan. Be real, and be active.

2. Offer rewards to your brand fans

Reward your regular customers, and go the extra mile to reward those who are serving as unpaid ambassadors on your behalf. They are much more likely to expand their efforts if they know those efforts are appreciated by you, and at least in some way rewarded. Develop an incentive plan to convert more customers into “pushers”.

4. Listen to criticisms and fix issues

No matter how well you conduct business there will always be the odd unforeseen problem, perhaps with the performance of a product or an unsatisfactory service request reply. You can switch round negative situations by showing that the criticism is valued by you and that you are able and willing to make the customer happy, even in somewhat stressful circumstances. This is a great way to convert dissenters into reps.

5. Be approachable, and value feedback

Learn what your customers most value and most want. Work hard to develop solutions that show you are working behind the scenes on addressing customer concerns and needs, because you like to as well as because you need to.

6. The customer is (nearly) always correct

It’s a bit of a cliché but customer service is paramount – even when serving those obnoxious, unforgiving or extremely unreasonable clients. Even the toughest customers can see that your efforts over time are worth rewarding with good word of mouth and ambassadorial loyalty.


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Basic PR tips for small startups

When you’re just setting out there with an entrepreneurial idea and limited budgets, you have a lot to handle just getting the project or platform ready, never mind choosing marketing channels or putting together an effective PR strategy. There are a few simple tips however that will help your startup attract potential online exposure, at least in a small way that will set the stage for your project growth. You don’t need to invest hundreds of hours in learning all about PR; just a few simple takeaways.

1.) Key messages are the most important thing

Key messages are the statements about your product or service that are arranged in an easy to understand fashion that quickly communicates what you are all about. If you’re not sure how to compose a key message, imagine someone asks you this question: “If you would like the world to know only one thing about your company or product, what would it be?” Whatever you answer will be your key message, or another way to understand it would be as the headline of your first press release

2.) You can use more than one key message

Usually you will have one overarching key message, which functions as your overall communication summary. However, you can use additional important messages (called sub-messages) which also convey other important information about your startup. Imagine that the key message is the headline to your press release and the 2-3 sub messages are the bullet points arranged just below your headline message.

3.) DIY PR is perfectly okay at the outset

Social media has made everyone their own publicist, so where in the past you would have had to pay a lot of money for advertising or magazine advertorials, now this buzz can spread for free over your social channels (if your messages are on point and people find them interesting).

4.) Content is important for everything

At the beginning when cash is tight, you are going to be writing everything yourself, and that’s perfectly fine.  All of the content you put on your website should support your key messages, so keep information short and sweet and make sure everything points back to your overall communication direction, which is your key message. The content will flow easily then and people will not be overwhelmed (hence bored) with pages of text.

5.) Outsource your editing or proofing to cheap freelancers

It’s always helpful to have someone else review and make slight changes to your content, as they will probably see errors to which you are oblivious. Sites like fiverr give you the option of getting semi-pro writers to look over your stuff and suggest ways it can be improved in terms of general positioning of your content and messaging.

6.) When you’re ready to up your game and grow your business

Public Relations does one thing, and that is to amplify the message. When you’re at a point when there is some interest in your startup and you really need to launch properly, this is the perfect time to engage with a PR firm.


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Delegating work is essential, but follow-up more so


At busy times, the only practical way for managers and team leaders to manage expectation is via delegation. Where this tends to not deliver results is where the person delegating the work is not able to follow-up on the work as a key element to the success of the project. If you are fortunate to have a great team around you which can be relied upon, then a large proportion of the resource management aspect of the given project is dealt with by whoever you delegate the work to; however, it’s worth bearing in mind that people have different approaches and different capabilities in terms of project management, and that workloads are constantly in flux. This is where it is important to show strong leadership, and accept the burden of final deadline satisfaction (which manifests itself as following up, asking for updates, communicating issues and renegotiating expectations where necessary).

It’s also worthwhile realizing that colleagues are often part-way up a slope of learning processes, and eventually, improving those processes – and the other departments whose work they touch. Try to put yourself in the shoes of the other person and develop an understanding of everything they have to deal with, both in terms of the unfamiliar work you just assigned to them, concurrently with their day-to-day workload and department managerial expectations placed upon them.

People are only human, which is a double-edged sword. Human beings have an amazing capacity to learn and absorb stress. People also make mistakes, and are frequently called upon to do amazing things in times of stress when they are simply not able. This is not their personal failing, but a failing in circumstance management, and that is partly down to you.

Do ask yourself if it is really necessary to delegate a task. There is an old saying, “if you want something done right….then ….”. This does not represent a failing of the wider planet as a whole in comparison to your own expectations, your high standards or your ego. Sometimes, people are just really busy, and in actuality, your project request is just garbage. So, yeah, do it yourself.

There are reasons why your instructions are not followed, and if you don’t listen to them, then the failing is yours and yours alone. If you want something done right, in terms of your own belief system (which is not real) and your own project management efforts based on your own schedule (which, again, is not real), then suck it up and do it without criticizing the best efforts of others.

There are ways around this. They involve process refinement, best practice, two way communications, empathy and the ability of people to whom you delegate work to just say ‘no’.



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5 Reasons to Work in PR



With disruptive technology, digital marketing and the explosion of content, the evolving world of public relations is promises greater career openings than ever before. If you are considering a move from say journalism or marketing into PR or this is a whole new field, then here are 5 Reasons to Work in PR.


PR is a boom industry

Everybody wants content and the main drivers are the growing needs of digital media from social media platforms to blog content and online PR platforms. In the US, official statistics predict a 6% rise in PR jobs in 2024 compared to 10 years previously.


PR is creative

In PR you can create a narrative and are involved in brand innovation and adding your input into the whole marketing process with clients; using your skills to shape a story for a specific goal.


PR is positive

Press releases and PR in general is often about promoting a special offer, introducing a new product or service or spreading a positive message. It is about targeting great results.


PR is measurably rewarding

Working across many traditional and digital media channels and platforms, you can see the efforts of your hard work in PR clearly and the reach and successes can be measured.


PR is about choice

You can work for a big-brand PR agency, opt for a boutique or niche firm or become part of a start-up or an agency focused on NGOS. A career in PR offers endless possibilities.



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