Glenn A. Weinman is to assume the position of chief administrative officer for Competitive Knowledge Inc (CKI). Weinman, who formerly served as vice-president of law and human resources/secretary of Guess? Inc, will oversee all CKI communities' administrative, legal and human resource activities.

Weinman brings more than 18 years of legal and human resource experience to his new position. He played an integral role in Guess' 1996 initial public offering and has particular expertise in general corporate law, securities, mergers and acquisitions.

"We are fortunate to have a seasoned executive such as Glenn leading our administrative, legal and human resource activities," said Saeed Mohasseb, CEO of Competitive Knowledge. "Glenn brings a wealth of experience in a number of areas critical to the growth of Competitive Knowledge."

Commenting on his new position, Weinman said: "I am thrilled to accept this new challenge and look forward to building upon the strong reputation Competitive Knowledge has already established among its members, alliance partners, and investors in the high-tech community."

Industry communities such as Competitive Knowledge for apparel www.ck4apparel.comand Competitive Knowledge for justice www.ck4justice.com will feature both an industry-specific site with business metrics; and private, secured company sites for proprietary information.

About Competitive Knowledge
Competitive Knowledge Inc (CKI) is an Internet-based, sector-focused e-hub. CKI transforms raw data into decision-ready knowledge to enhance performance and facilitate public trust and confidence. Within the context of specific e-communities, CKI collects and aggregates community members' performance data in a secure fashion, then distributes the resulting CKI-created sector-wide benchmarks back to them. In addition, CKI delivers comprehensive, timely, and tailored news and research; and presents an array of opportunities for secure, focused online collaboration. The CKI commerce hub serves as the gateway to each sector's leading product and service providers. This e-hub architecture eliminates the old economy's numerous point-to-point relationships, enabling all peers, partners, and service providers to rely on a single relationship to enhance their performance.