Changing Places: Rafael Lima, Santiago Durán, Fred Díaz, Bruno Cattori…

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

Rafael Lima - Publicitas ::: Santiago Durán Mejía / Xepus Ginebra - Havas Media Group ::: Fred Díaz - Nissan ::: Bruno Cattori - Chrysler Group ::: Fraser Ridell - Mediacom

rafael-lima 156Rafael Lima is the new Digital Director at Publicitas in Miami. Previously he worked as Client Services & Business Development Director at  Havas Media. Before Havas, Lima was Sales & Business Development Director at StarMedia & Orange AdNetwork Americas (France Telecom Group).

 

 

Santiago Duran

Havas Media Group has hired Santiago Durán Mejía as its new Catalyst & Digital Director. Durán has previously worked in Carat as its Managing Director. The executive will be in charge of digital planning and strategies for Havas clients. Durán is replacing Xepus Ginebra who will be in charge of the Front Office in Havas Media. Ginera in his new role will be in charge, besides Catalyst & Digital business, of the PR, innovation, content, research and new business.

 

 

fred-diazFred Díaz has left Chrysler Group as President and CEO of Ram. The executive will work in Nissan as VP of Sales and Marketing.

 

 

 

 

bruno_cattoriBecause of Diaz´s departure Chrysler Group has restructured its staff and Bruno Cattori has been named President for Mexico.

 

 

 

 

Fraser Riddell (2)_0 159 x 159Mediacom is restructuring its business with a new division dedicated to international advertisers based in the United States. The new division, Mediacom Beyond Borders, will be led by Fraser Riddell who will leave his current role as global chief business development officer to become Mediacom’s global chief client officer.

 

 

 


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