Hornall Anderson co-founder steps into chair role

Jack Anderson, co-founder and CEO of branding firm Hornall Anderson, is stepping into its chairman role. He has promoted president of operations John Anicker to president and CEO.

SEATTLE: Jack Anderson, co-founder and CEO of branding firm Hornall Anderson, is stepping into its chairman role. He has promoted president of operations John Anicker to president and CEO.

Anderson started the Seattle-based design firm Hornall Anderson in 1982 with former partner John Hornall. The firm has offices in Seattle and London and clients including Fortune 500 companies such as Starbucks, PepsiCo, McKesson, and Nordstrom, as well as places such as Madison Square Garden, Chicago's Willis Tower, and the Empire State Building.

As chairman, Anderson will relinquish day-to-day management duties and focus his attention on overall long-term planning and strategy, as well as providing counsel to select clients.

Anicker is taking on the responsibilities of leading the firm in its day-to-day operations as president and CEO.

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