DKA’s Morris lured away by LaForce

NEW YORK: LaForce & Stevens has poached Andrew Morris away from Dan Klores Associates to bolster its hi-tech presence.

NEW YORK: LaForce & Stevens has poached Andrew Morris away from Dan Klores Associates to bolster its hi-tech presence.

NEW YORK: LaForce & Stevens has poached Andrew Morris away from Dan

Klores Associates to bolster its hi-tech presence.



Morris, one of DKA’s top hi-tech execs, initially concentrated on

healthcare before shifting to the firm’s Internet practice. Among the

dot-coms he worked on were Musicmaker.com and Pseudo.com.



Morris declined to comment on his departure, but DKA partner Sean

Cassidy said, ’He is a good friend and a creative publicist, and we wish

him well.’ DKA SVP Robert Leonard will assume some of Morris’

responsibilities.



LaForce & Stevens, known primarily as a lifestyle agency, has steadily

been building its hi-tech roster, with clients including Banana

Republic.com and Eve.com. Morris will work alongside SVP Deborah

Darrell, who recently joined from Robinson Lerer & Montgomery.



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