Changing Places: Javier Varela Sobrado, Gerardo Strum, Feliz Muñoz, Santiago Olivera…

PSA Peugeot Citroën, has named Javier Varela Sobrado as President and General Director, PSA Peugeot Citroën Argentina. He will replace Osvaldo Baños, who left the company to run new activities.

Gerhard Sturm has been promoted to General Director Sony Ericsson Iberia, he will be starting at 1st July. Sturm has worked for Sony since 2006 as Account Manager (Vodafone brand among others).

Felix Muñoz has been appointed General Director at TBWA Group, Madrid. He was General Director for TBWA Spain for ten years before the promotion.

The Asociación Argentina de Agencias de Publicidad (AAAP), has appointed Santiago Olivera – VP at TBWA Group Argentina-, as new President of its board.

BBDO México announced the hiring of Sebastián Corti as new Creative Director. Corti has worked at Saatchi & Saatchi whit brands like Toyota, Continental Airlines, Mead Johnson y P&G.

Alfredo Laguía was promoted to Digital Director at Leo Burnett Iberia. Languia has been working for the company since 2005 with important brands like Kellogg’s, Kia, Fiat, Caja Madrid, Amnistía Internacional and Cruz Roja.


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