Changing Places: Jose Costa, Julio Suaya, Maria Sánchez…

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

Jose Costa - Maaco ::: María Sanchez - Spain Marketing Association ::: Julio Suaya - CPA

Jose R. Costa is the new president at Maaco, a franchisor  of auto painting and collision repair shops based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.  Costa comes to Maaco from Burger King Latin America where he was VP , Marketing and R&D, Latin America and Caribbean. At Maaco, Costa leads the system on the bold objective of doubling the size of the company in less than five years. The company currently has 475 repair shop locations across the United States and Canada.

Maria Sánchez is the new President of the Spain Marketing Association. Sánchez is the Corporate and Brand Director of Santander Bank. She will be in charge of promoting nationally and internationally “a good marketing”, innovation and ethics.

Julio Suaya has been reelected as President of the Consejo Publicitario Argentino. Suaya is actually working for Medicus.


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