BORDER LINES: Cox quits GCI for a return to H&K

NEW YORK: GCI lost its third high-level executive in as many months last week when corporate practice head Jim Cox anounced he was to return to Hill and Knowlton. Cox arrived at GCI in 1998 and built up its corporate practice. At H&K, he will put together cross-office and cross-practice account teams as ’matrix manager’. At GCI he handled clients, such as Visa, and spearheaded the agency’s corporate brand offerings, M&A research and labour relations practice. In February, GCI consumer practice head Carla Stanmyre left to join a dot.com and last month San Francisco general manager Greg Spector moved over to head Blanc and Otus.

NEW YORK: GCI lost its third high-level executive in as many months

last week when corporate practice head Jim Cox anounced he was to return

to Hill and Knowlton. Cox arrived at GCI in 1998 and built up its

corporate practice. At H&K, he will put together cross-office and

cross-practice account teams as ’matrix manager’. At GCI he handled

clients, such as Visa, and spearheaded the agency’s corporate brand

offerings, M&A research and labour relations practice. In February, GCI

consumer practice head Carla Stanmyre left to join a dot.com and last

month San Francisco general manager Greg Spector moved over to head

Blanc and Otus.



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