Changing Places [26-A]

Halim Trujillo, Managing Director of Mindshare Multicultural Invention, has moved offices to Mindshare Chicago. Clients include Kimberly Clark, BP, Unilever and Wrigley.

Interactive advertising agency Sensis is expanding its search engine marketing (SEM) and creative capabilities with the recent hiring of Rob Kallick as SEM coordinator and Javier San Miguel as associate creative director. Kallick joins San Miguel as the latest Sensis hires helping the agency capitalize on its clients' ever-growing needs for more robust interactive marketing solutions.

Iliana Leon is no longer with Zenith-Optimedia. Her successor has not been named.

Diego Victoria and Bill Stephen are no longer with JumpTV.

Caros Nunez has been appointed head of U.S. Hispanic Marketing efforts. Nunez is currently Baskin-Robbins Director of Marketing (Americas, Europe & Middle East) & Consumer Insights.


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