Changing Places LatAm: Kirk Perry (Google), Martin Guirado (IPG), JM Mancebo (The Blend)…

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

Martin Guirado - Nicolas Ramonde -IPG ::: Diluvia - Noline - The Blend ::: Kirk Perry -Google   :::

Martin Guirado has been appointed President for IPG Mediabrands Argentina and Nicolas Ramonde has been given the role of President, IPG Mediabrands for Uruguay, Paraguay and Bolivia. The global media agency network IPG Mediabrands has announced new appointments in the executive structure of the Southern Cone As part of its regional growth plan for 2014.

Diluvia and Noline has merged to create The Blend. The agency will be managed by Juan Mariano Mancebo, Paco Segovia, Rosa Gonzalez, Hernan Goñi, Andres Linares and Miguel Angel Torres. The new agency will have offices in Miami and Madrid targeting the Spanish speaking world.

Google hired senior P&G exec Kirk Perry as new president, brand solutions at Google. The executive will be in charge of all brand´s advertising efforts.According to Ad age, with the hire, Google is redoubling its efforts to pry brand advertising dollars from TV. Mr. Perry follows Lucas Watson, another former senior P&G exec who joined YouTube two years ago, and will report to chief business officer Nikesh Arora.


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