Changing Places: Ángel Riesgo, Soledad Izquierdo, Patricia Vázquez…

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

Ángel Riesgo - DDB Latina ::: Soledad Izquierdo - Coca Cola Latin America ::: Patricia Vázquez - Coca Cola Mexico :::  Luis Bolio - Turner Mexico ::: Amy Hood - Microsoft ::: Fernando Martínez Corbalán - JWT Spain  :::  Ivar Rodríguez - Dieste

Ángel Riesgo

Angel Riesgo has been named Corporate Director of DDB Latina. Riesgo will be in charge of developing global business for Latin America, Spain and the hispanic market in the US.
Riesgo reports to Juan Carlos Ortiz, President of DDB Latina.

 

Soledad Izquierdo - Coca Cola - Latam 156

Coca Cola has appointed Soledad Izquierdo as its new Corporate Communications Manager for Latin America and Patricia Vázquez as Corporate Communications Manager for Mexico.

Izquierdo has been working for the company for more than 20 years. Vazques has a degree in Economic journalism in "Complutense y la Asociación de Periodistas de Información Económica (APIE)".

Luis Bolio - Turner MéxicoTurner Mexico has promoted Luis Bolio to General Manager. He will be in charge of developing the strategy for all the operational units and will report to Juan Carlos Urdaneta, President, Turner Latin America.

 

 

 

Amy Hood - Microsoft

Amy Hood has been named Financial Director of Microsoft. She will be replacing Peter Klein, who will be leaving the company in July.

 

 

 

Fernando Martinez Corbalan - España - JWTFernando Martínez Corbalán  has been appointed Head of digital of JWT Spain. Corbalán will report to Pepe Chamorro, General Manager of the agency.

 

 


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