Changing Places: Eduardo Hapke, Bob McDonald, A.G. Lafley, Joanna Moura…

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

Bob McDonald / A.G. Lafley - Procter & Gamble :::  Carlos Holemans - Club de Creativos de España ::: Gustavo Sousa - Mother ::: Diego Lazcano - Círculo Uruguayo de la Publicidad ::: Serginho Lobo - Click Isobar::: Eduardo Hapke - Grupo Editorial Cosas :::

 

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DPZ - Brazil

DPZ has appointed Joanna Moura as its Planning Director. Moura will work with Paula Gabriel, who is returning to the agency as co-planning director.

 

 

 

Eduardo Hapke was recently named Business Director at Grupo Editorial Cosas, based in Miami. Cosas is a South American publishing group which publishes editions of Cosas Magazine in Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia, Nicaragua and Peru. Cosas is planning to to launch a Miami edition.

P&G - McDonald-Lafley 156Bob McDonald  has left his position as CEO of Procter & Gamble. The executive was replaced by A.G. Lafley.

 

 

 

 

Club de creativos - España 265Club de Creativos de España  has chosen Carlos Holemans as its new President. Holemans is founder and Creative General Director of El Laboratorio. Holemnas will be in charge of the Club for the next two years.

 

 

 

Gustavo Sosa - Mother NY 265Gustavo Sousa joins Mother as its new partner. Sousa is moving to New York and will continue managing the global Stella Artois account.

Mother is also looking to expand its presence in Latin America with a new office in Brazil. The agency already has an office in Buenos Aires.

 

 
Uruguay - círculo creativo 265Diego Lazcano - Young & Rubicam- has been named President of the Círculo Uruguayo de la Publicidad. Also Pablo Medina, Plutón´s Director, has been appointed VP of the Círculo.

 

 

 
Sergio Lobo 4 - Brasil 265Click Isobar Brazil has hired Serginho Lobo as its new Creative Director. Lobo will report to Fred Saldanha, Creative VP.

 

 

 

 

 


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