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New Leader For Publicis Drum

Media Release
2nd July 2003

NEW LEADER FOR PUBLICIS DRUM

Former 'Drummer' Steve Kane returns to the agency after four years in the UK to take up the helm as General Manager of Publicis Drum - the PR and Events division of Publicis Mojo.

Steve left Drum in 1999 for the UK, where he worked in a variety of senior PR roles including management of the consumer technology team for Hill & Knowlton London, as Associate Partner for Financial Dynamics and senior account director for August.One Communications.

During his first tenure at Drum - from 1997 to '99 - Steve worked as account director on a range of accounts including Apple Computers, Bendon, Levi Strauss and CLEAR - and played a key role in the launch of BankDirect.

Steve takes over from Jody Gill who leaves Drum later this month to pursue a freelance career in media and PR.

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