Changing Places: Ken Berquist, Pablo Pozo, Itzel Hernandez

People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.


Digilant
™, a consolidated media-buying platform, announced  three key executive promotions to continue to lead the company in its strategic  rebranding, innovative product introduction, and rapid company growth.  Patrick Robson was promoted to senior vice president sales for  the United States. Ken Berquist was named chief revenue officer  of Digilant global, and Daniel Davies was appointed vice  president of advertising operations. Former vice president of the West and a  member of the Digilant team since 2010, Patrick Robson now will be responsible  for sales strategy and planning for the U.S. in his new position as senior vice  president of sales.As Digilant’s global chief revenue officer, Ken  Berquist will focus on revenue generating activities including new  market development, strategic partnerships and custom integrations with  Digilant’s tier one clients.

Pablo Pozo, until recently Marketing Director at IAB Mexico  is joining Mexican digital Agency Lunave.

Marcela Romero, Americas Regional Marketing Director at  Efe America in Miami is leaving her position as she is moving to  Colombia. Itzel Hernandez in Efe’s Mexico’s will be taking over  Romero’s duties.

Read more: https://www.portada-online.com/2013/01/07/changing-places-veronica-villalpando-hernan-rozemberg-marcela-romero-tom-cullin-aldo-quevedo-patrick-robson/#ixzz2HKh8IUvJ


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