Harcourts WA appoints new CEO

Harcourts WA appoints new CEO

11 November 2011 by Staff Reporter 1 comments

Staff Reporter

Harcourts Western Australia has announced the appointment of Stuart Cox as the group’s new chief executive following Andrew Moore’s decision to stand down from the role.

Mr Cox will bring more than 17 years’ worth of experience in senior management positions, the company said, and will be responsible for driving internal growth through the development of Harcourts’ existing business by coaching and mentoring its business owners as well as recruiting new talent and offices within the state.

Bryan Thomson, head of real estate operations for Harcourts Australasia, said he was confident in Mr Cox’s abilities to grow the company in the Western Australian real estate market.

“Stuart has enjoyed a highly successful real estate career to date and comes to Harcourts with an enviable reputation as one of the industry’s finest, both within Western Australia and across the country.

“I’m confident that Stuart’s involvement will lead to truly outstanding growth and success for the Harcourts group in Western Australia,” Mr Thomson said.

 

Staff Reporter

Harcourts Western Australia has announced the appointment of Stuart Cox as the group’s new chief executive following Andrew Moore’s decision to stand down from the role.

Mr Cox will bring more than 17 years’ worth of experience in senior management positions, the company said, and will be responsible for driving internal growth through the development of Harcourts’ existing business by coaching and mentoring its business owners as well as recruiting new talent and offices within the state.

Bryan Thomson, head of real estate operations for Harcourts Australasia, said he was confident in Mr Cox’s abilities to grow the company in the Western Australian real estate market.

“Stuart has enjoyed a highly successful real estate career to date and comes to Harcourts with an enviable reputation as one of the industry’s finest, both within Western Australia and across the country.

“I’m confident that Stuart’s involvement will lead to truly outstanding growth and success for the Harcourts group in Western Australia,” Mr Thomson said.

 

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