LAMAC Chile Appoints Rodrigo Niño as its new Country Manager

LAMAC (Consejo Latinoamericano de Publicidad en TV de Paga) has appointed Rodrigo Niño as its Country Manager for Chile.

Rodrigo Niño has previously worked as Director of Research & Business Intelligence of Grupo Havas Media. The executive has more than 10 years experience and has worked for clients like Claro (América Móvil), Grupo Cencosud, Grupo SMU, Grupo Santander, Grupo BBVA, Banco Itaú, Enjoy, Hyundai & Kia Motors, Peugeot, Kaufmann, Metro de Santiago, Gasco, Puig, Universidad de las Américas, Universidad Andrés Bello, Concha y Toro, Ideal, Daily, Farmacias Cruz, Verde, Gardenhouse, Laboratorios Maver, Almagro, Socovesa, Natura, Philips, Mars y Rotter & Krauss en Chile, Backus-SAB Miller and The Coca-Cola Company.


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