Changing Places: Fernando Vizcaíno, Jorge Gacitúa, Pablo Castro and Fernando Avellaneda

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

Fernando Vizcaíno - Havas Worldwide ::: Jorge Gacitúa - Publicis Chile ::: Pablo Castro - Mayo Draftfcb ::: Fernando Avellaneda - Rapp

 

México - Xavier Rubio - Arista 180

Arista starts operations in Mexico. Xavier Rubio will be in charge of the agency in the country.

The Spanish agency is expanding into Latin America and the US.

 

 

 

Fernando Vizcaíno - ex Havas 177Fernando Vizcaíno has left Havas Worldwide as its Country Manager for Argentina, Chile and Spain. Gustavo Reyes will replace Vizcaino in Argentina. Havas hasn´t announced yet who will be replacing Vizcaino in  Spain and Chile.

 

 

 

 

Chile - Jorge Gacitúa 177Jorge Gacitúa is the new Digital Director of Publicis Chile. He will be in charge of the digital units of Publicis and Leo Burnett.

 

 

 

 

Chile - Pablo Sativa Castro 180Pablo “Sativa” Castro has left Mayo Draftfcb Chile. Castro is one of the founders of the agency and has been working as Creative Director for 5 years.

 

 

 

 

Argentina - Fernando Avellaneda 180Rapp has named Fernando Avellaneda as Experience Director. He will be in charge of the creative teams and communications practices.


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