Changing Places: Ricardo Da Silva, Jim Drill, Alejandro Franco…

Ricardo Da Silva {Telefe}, Jim Drill {Lithium Technologies}, Alejandro Franco {Iveda Solution}, Diego Carosella {MEC}, Adriano Battazza {Skyjack}

Telefe Argentina has announced the appointment of Ricardo Da Silva as its new Commercial Manager. Da Silva will report to Gustavo Ramos, Commercial Director, and will be in charge of all the sales of the team. Da Silva has previously worked for Editorial Perfil and Canal 9.

Diego Carosella has been named Digital Planner for Adecco at MEC Argentina. Carosella will report to Patricio Busso, Director of MEC Interaction. Carosella has studied media planning at AAAP and its currently studying Business administration at Buenos Aires University.

Iveda Solution announced the appointment of three new directors to its Board increasing the number of directors to seven. The newly appointed directors are Robert Gillen, Alex Kuo, and Alejandro Franco. "Iveda Solutions has gained traction in Mexico with their cloud video surveillance services, and I believe that the Company can expand their services to the rest of Latin America. As a member of the Board, I am well positioned to advise and shape the Company's business strategies in the region," said Franco.

Lithium Technologies has named Jim Drill as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales. Drill joins immediately and is responsible for driving Lithium's comprehensive global sales strategy. He serves on the company's executive management team, reporting directly to Lithium President and Chief Executive Officer Rob Tarkoff.

Skyjack, Guelph, Ontario Canada, has named Adriano Battazza as Latin America sales director. Battazza brings more than 10 years of experience in aerial and heavy equipment as well as leading Latin American sales teams to his new role. Battazza will lead all Skyjacks efforts in the region, including spearheading the creation and establishment of the Skyjack Brazil business unit, which will offer locally based service, sales and administrative support. He will also focus on distribution and sales to all Mercosur countries, and special initiatives for the Mexican, Argentinean, Chilean, and other markets in the Latin American region.


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