APCO numbers swell as three more leave GPC

GPC Market Access has lostthree staff members in the past fortnight, in the wake of GPC’s takeover of public policy consultancy Prima Europe last February.

GPC Market Access has lostthree staff members in the past

fortnight, in the wake of GPC’s takeover of public policy consultancy

Prima Europe last February.



Tamsin Richmond-Watson, one of eight directors at the agency, and a

healthcare specialist whose clients are believed to include Johnson and

Johnson, will join APCO Associates. Also joining APCO is Robert Halfon,

a consultant specialising in political analysis. Consultant Katherine

Edwards is leaving for Tesco.



In a parallel move, it has been confirmed that APCO has also recruited

Peter Robinson, who left GPC earlier this month. Robinson previously

headed GPC’s British Airways account.



Commenting on the departures, John Dickie, managing director of GPC

Market Access and former CEO of Prima, said: ’The truth is people change

jobs. We are actively looking to replace them’.



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