Changing Places: Alejandro Falduti, Ran Harnevo, Armando Almeida, Michel Locquegnies…

Wing, a full-service marketing communications agency focused on the intersection of the U.S. Hispanic, Latin American and general markets, announced the appointment of Alejandro Falduti as Senior Producer. Falduti is based in New York and will be responsible for leading production across all of Wing's brands. Read the complete article “Alejandro Falduti Joins Wing as Senior Producer”

Motorola, Inc. will change its name to Motorola Solutions, Inc., will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "MSI," and will have the following board members:

Gregory Q. Brown, director and president & CEO
David W. Dorman, non-executive chairman
William J. Bratton, named director
General Michael V. Hayden, named director
Vincent J. Intrieri, named director
Judy C. Lewent, named director
Samuel C. Scott III, director
Douglas A. Warner III, director
John A. White, director

Ran Harnevo has been appointed senior VP of the newly created AOL Video division. Harnevo co-founded the 5min Media video syndication platform that AOL acquired in September. He reports to David Eun, prexy of AOL Media and Studios, and AOL Content Platform senior veep David Mason.

Armando Almeida has been appointed to head Nokia Siemens Networks' Global Services business. He will also join the company's executive board. Almeida currently is responsible for sales and operations for NSN in Latin America.

Horton has appointed Michel Locquegnies as Director of International Business Development. He will focus on Horton´s development of international markets, particularly Asia and Latin America. He has more than 25 years of experience.

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Nobox Chief Creative Officer Marcus Kawamura Drives Brands’ Consumer Engagement With Big Ideas

Nobox Chief Creative Officer Marcus Kawamura Drives Brands’ Consumer Engagement With Big Ideas

Miami-based agency Nobox has tapped Marcus Kawamura as Chief Creative Officer to drive brands’ engagement with consumers by generating big ideas and delivering them on multiple platforms. Rapidly shifting technology requires brands to speak with consumers on multiple platforms, but Kawamura says engaging consumers requires deep brand understanding, big ideas, and the ability to entertain and react quickly to opportunities.